The Stinger 22L is an incredibly versatile welded-seam roll-top drybag designed to be mounted as a tail/fender bag on smaller bikes, or as a topper on hard-sided panniers and/or top boxes. It also turns into a backpack, in case you need a daypack for hiking into a hot spring, or making a quick trip to town for supplies. The backpack straps stash away in a flat external pocket, and clip to two d-rings on the bottom of the bag.
The Stinger 22 has a document pocket on the front with a water resistant zipper, and 4 loop cutouts on the outside of the pocket for attaching things like carabiners or a leatherman. It has strap pass-throughs on the side of the bag (we recommend either the Backcountry Cinch Strap or the Simple Cinch Strap), so you don't have to worry about the bag squeezing out from under your straps in bumpy terrain.
Bag Care Pointers:
I got this bag with my Reckless 80 set. It is very well made like the rest of the set but I am having difficulty with getting water in it. I do some off road riding but I also commute over 70 miles daily on my bike and I use this bag even when not using the rest of the system. I want to be clear that as far as I can tell the bag DOES NOT LEAK. However when I open it after riding in the rain I nearly always end up with a pretty significant amount of water in the bag. I think it is an issue with the thickness of the material that makes it difficult to roll tightly and the velcro in the opening that may be causing it to "gap" a little. Unfortunately I carry an expensive laptop and other electronics in it so this has become a deal breaker.
With that said I am sold of the quality of the Mosko bags and I think this is just a design weakness in this bag. I am replacing this bag with a 30L backcountry duffel and I am confident it will work better for me.
I paired my 22L Stinger Tailbag with the 40L Reckless system. It had more than enough storage for a 4-day self-supported trip. We had to wait out a passing typhoon and everything inside the bags was bone dry. The bags are really well made and they can take a lot of hammering. I love my 22L Stinger Tailbag. A buddy in the riding group was using a competitor's luggage system. it was a lot more clunky to use, you could not get to your stuff without opening the whole bag and on the whole, did not hold up as well. Moskomoto is my 1st stop for luggage systems and clothing, that is for sure.
Mosko has made a business on making the best possible quality product. The Stinger 22L is no exception. I bought this as an accessory expansion to my Rackless 40L kit, and as I've explained to my riding buds, the rolltop provides the ultimate flexibility in size. This can be 22L to....10L. Will likely be my go-to on my next trip.
Ce sac est vraiment terrible, robuste, étanche, se transforme en sac à dos, velcro pour le maintien, passant pour la sangle, rien ne manque en fait .
Je pense qu'il pourrait être porté à 25l .
Vraiment très satisfait.
Great bag. One of my favorite pieces of gear. After some good use I got a hole and a buckle broke. I brought it to a meet up and they saw it and had a new one sent to me a few weeks later. Such an awesome company. Thanks mosko moto