Our Tent Pole Bag is a welded-seam, roll-top drybag that replaces the flimsy OEM bag that came with you tent. Many of us store our tent poles separate from our tent, which makes the tent itself much easier to pack. However, when the poles are stored on the outside of your luggage, the tent poles tend to vibrate against the inside of the OEM bag and wear holes in the material over time, which allows tent stakes and poles to escape. Our tent pole bag, made from sturdy double-layer 22oz vinyl, resolves those problems.
The tent pole bag can be connected to the daisy chains on the inside of the Reckless 80 beavertail, or to the daisy chains on the top of the Backcountry 30 Duffle v2.0, or to any other bag or luggage rack with lash-down points. It includes two webbing attachment straps.
Note: this bag is designed for 1-3 man backpacking tents. It may not fit tent poles for larger family-size and/or expedition tents.
Lovely bag excellent quality my only criticism is that my tent poles only just fit inside and I can only get half a turn to close the bag
I recently bought a Reckless 40 for my WR250R. And I couldn’t be more impressed with Mosko Moto. From every stitch, zipper, buckle and bag, they’ve blow me away. Such high quality!! These bags are sure to get me into many adventures and out of trouble! #moskomotolove
The bag is a perfect addition to my Reckless 80. Tent poles fit in it easily, allowing for me to compress my tent body into the bottom of one of the side bags on the Reckless. It’s a solid build with a great design. Buy it.
Tough bag I don't see it coming apart...ever. Big enough for my tent and tarp poles along with stakes for both. Secure closure. Molle loops all around the bag to make it easy to strap it on my bike. Perfect for my needs!
I don’t camp much. While it fits my tent poles, I mostly use it for 2 of the MSR liter fuel bottles. This way my Backcountry duffle is a stand alone bag for everyday riding and simple overnight trips. And I like the added security of a little extra fuel for me or a fellow rider out of fuel.