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The Scout 50L Duffle is a single-layer, welded-seam, roll-top drybag - but not your average drybag. We went back to the drawing board and completely revamped the duffle, loading it with every moto-specific feature we could think of. It quickly converts to a comfortable backpack, or an over the shoulder duffle, the choice is yours. A key feature is the rugged and fully removable beavertail stash spot, complete with two reinforced mesh pockets and plenty of extra webbing for max expansion. The Scout 50 works great as a standalone tailbag, a travel bag, or a pannier topper on hard boxes. We recommend our Backcountry cinch straps to secure it to your bike!
The backpack straps come in handy if you break down and need to hike out, or when navigating an airport or border crossing on fly-to-ride trips. They're also helpful when you need to get all your gear to an upstairs hotel room in a single trip. If you're not using the backpack straps, they either stash flat in an external pocket or can be removed entirely and left at home.
The Scout 50 Duffle includes a unique beavertail with reinforced mesh zipper pockets on one side and 5 columns of Hypalon MOLLE webbing on the other, so you can expand and customize this bag with an assortment of optional MOLLE accessories like fuel bottle holders or a hydration sleeve. The beavertail also provides a convenient place to tuck a jacket during the day, or to store wet/dirty things like a rainfly, tarp, or towel.
The Scout 50 has side cinch strap pass-throughs (we recommend our Backcountry Cinch Strap) so you don't have to worry about your bag squeezing out to the side of the bike in bumpy terrain. The Scout also includes a comfortable, padded shoulder strap that stashes away under the beavertail or inside the bag when it's not in use and there are two easy-grab carry handles, one on each side of the bag.
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Product Creation at Mosko is an effort born of necessity. Everyone on our team rides – and time on the trail translates to an innovative, always improving product line. Crafting gear that will outperform in even the most harsh riding conditions means we make no compromise, ever.
"This bag is great! I use it as a tailbag on my 1090 on top of an AltRider Rear Luggage rack and it's a perfect fit! It's the perfect size to hold darn near everything I need for a ride into work or an overnighter into the forest. Super well built, dry (and that's important in the PNW) and as a bonus - it works great for a backrest when loaded up for my pillion! This bag checks all the boxes and then some. Get one!"
Just purchased the Reckless 80 system with the Scout 30 tail bag instead of the 22 L bag that normally comes with this setup
Incredible build quality that is no doubt the most rugged and well designed pieces of kit on the market today y'all 👌👌👌
Many companies have tried to replicate these products over the years... They say imitation is the most sincere form of flattery buuuut it's definitely not the way to lead a market in design and research the way Mosko Moto does 🤘
I have been riding RTW through Central and South America as well as Europe and Asia for the last 4 years using the Backcountry 35 panniers with flawless results over 44,000 insanely hard adventure miles. Looking forward to do the same with this Reckless setup through India Pakistan and Nepal for the next 2 or 3 years 🛵💨🌌🗺️📍🧭🌏🇮🇳🇳🇵❤️🔥🎉
Took it for a ride on my BMW 1250 GS in heavy rain and snowfall, it kept everything dry. People around here often do not know the brand, so I am telling everyone to get one theirselves :) I am happy!
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Bought this as I needed a bigger top bag than my other brand 25l for photo gear. Coming from a hard enduro background, and riding my adv bike similarly, a main selling point for me was the reinforced bottom. I don't need the included backpack straps, but the extra layers they're kept in provide loads of wear protection for the bottom side, something lacking on most top dry duffles. Zero worry of the bottom wearing through. My 25l has quick release nylon buckles at its base that make it fast and convenient to take the bag off and get into, but are a weak link, as my riding partner has the same bag and broke one of the buckles. Even with having to strap this bag over the top, it's still easy enough in and out, and strapping over the top is loads more secure when things get rowdy, not to mention needs less mid-ride tightening. Other selling point was the beavertail for stuffing jackets for when I heat up, or tripod for quick access. I do wish the beavertail was closer to the length of the bag like it is on the Scout 30. If so, it could house a bigger stash pocket, and accommodate larger stuff items and keep them protected a bit better. That's just my use, though. Still works well. Having a rafting background, I'm familiar with hypalon and pvc for drybags, both proven materials. This seems like neither, and not sure what it is. But feels solid so far, as does the entire build. Got about 500 miles of rough offroad use on it, and no signs of wear. As far as value goes, my other bag was a third the price, but confident this bag will last 5-10 times longer with less chance of hassle in the field. Value is a win for me. Overall, great piece of luggage.
Using it as a bag liner for the factory tail box on my Vespa 300. Fits great and is very useable, especially without the crashable layer my duffel has (since it is not needed for this application). Same as all case liners, just makes it easy to grab your gear and go, whether into a house, a hotel, or a tent.