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.
Bought two to fit the stock KTM 1290 breadbox panniers. They’re big enough to fit a tent, chair, sleeping bad, pillow, and much more in the both of them. No complaints at all.
The Stinger 22 is the perfect size for use on my CRF450L for day trip essentials. It's typically attached to my Flatland Racing tail rack using the Backcountry Cinch straps. Great size for a tool kit, jacket, gloves, water, and snacks. The Stinger 22L greatly expands the capacity of my Reckless 40 for overnight trips. As with all Mosko gear the quality is fantastic.
I have the Reckless 40 and am going to buy the reckless 80 in the next week or so. The only real words I can use to describe this soft luggage is smart and elegant. I know we're talking about luggage. I get that. When I say Smart, though, what I mean is that in use you can just feel how every design part is actually the manifestation of people¡s collaborative smarts: every detail is clever, well executed, engineered to a ridiculous geeky standard, and clearly the result of serious motorcyclists coming up with responses to the million needs that the field or road throws at you. The million moments where one thinks "I wish I had this right now" or "I wish it did that" are seen in this company. You can just feel how that long wish list from the road or trail is being reduced moment by moment by people who seriously ride, camp, and adventure. That the luggage is so handsome on top of everything else is a really nice thing to experience. This is really smart stuff. And 2 lastlies (I know this isn’t a word). One, the videos are incredibly helpful. And two, the people who man and women the phones ar fantastic. I'm painfully curious. That they know my name and are still patient with me goes to how easy they are with wanting to be helpful in order to get people out there and share this cool thing we do. (Editing is always my downfall.)
I had worn out my Stinger 22 and got a good deal on a replacement. The replacement is the latest version and boy, you can really see how they have improved a great product. It is amazing. It is, obviously, the same size and has all the features of the old. New features I really like are; it is lighter and is blue inside. It makes it so much easier to find stuff inside the bag. I loved the old one and used it for everything. Transitioning to the new one was easy and I already love it that little bit more.
Have not used it yet, only demo-mounted it, but looks to be totally bulletproof and modular!