This is for the right-side bag only, no external frame and no mounting hardware. Comes with dry bag inserts.
35 Liters of capacity per side.
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Practical design. Robust and well designed.
Recommended. Fitted to KTM790R
Super sturdy stuff, love it!!
Easy to mount an user friendly.
Thanks Mosko Moto!!!
I recently purchased my first GS Adventure and needed a good set of panniers to carry my goods. I started looking at all sorts of panniers both hard and soft. After a lot of thought I decided to go with soft panniers. Although I don't spend a ton of time in the mountains off road I figured the safety of a soft pannier was pretty important to me. Once I started looking at soft panniers I searched all over the place and was told about the Mosko Moto bags. Upon looking at the website it was clear to me that the Mosko Moto's were worlds apart from most of the soft pannier systems out there.
I was unsure if I wanted to go with the 35L system or the 25L system. The GSA has an offset pannier mount due to the exhaust and I was not sure how good the 35L would look so I decided to go with the 25L. I would recommend that if you are unsure if you want the 25L or the 35L, go with the 35L. The 25's seem a little small, although they definately still hold a ton of gear. I can fit my hoodie, rain gear, gloves, hat, facemask, large water bottle and still have a ton of room in them. We went shopping and I fit w bags of groceries and a 2 liter bottle of soda in the bags with my other stuff already in there. The reason I say go with the 35s if you can is they are marginally wider and from what I can see no taller.
First I will talk about the construction. They are great bags. They are thick and come with a two bag system. The outer bag is the holder and the inner bag is a waterproof removable bag. The panniers close by rolling them down and buckling them on the sides and top. I thought this may be a pain to buckle and unbuckle 3 clips every time you want in and out but it has actually been very to access the bags and the bags are very secure while you are riding. I have no worries about the bags opening or not staying waterproof while riding. The material is a thick material and the bag seems very well made. The finishes are great to. The colors go great with my GSA but I am confident the bags would look great on any color bike. One thing I was worried about prior to buying them is if there is no gear in the bag, the bag might look flat and weird going down the road. When I got the bags I quickly realized that was not going to be a problem. The bags are thick enough and formed enough to remain a bag and not get flat when riding. The bags are A+ quality.
The price for these bags are more than fair. I went with the panniers and no pockets. When I called the company I was told that you can buy that pockets later and install them at a later time. That was great and really got the price down to where I could purchase the bag. I probably will buy a couple of pockets later down the road but like I said earlier I am not running into any storage issues right now.
The fitment and install were easy. I put the plates on my rack on my GSA and tightened them down. They look professional and good quality. I really like the blue parts on the mounts as they add a nice little visual from the rear of the bike. I installed the plates easily in about 20 minutes and the bags slide right on. Although the bag does not have the ability to lock it does have a small hole that you could slide a small key or code lock onto if you are worried about your bags getting stolen off of the bike. I have not tried their locking strap but I might pick those up in the future too.
I had to call a few times when I thought I was missing a part (I wasn't) and ask a question. The company was awesome to work with and knowledgable about their products and how they work. I was really impressed.
Overall these panniers are sweeeeeet. If you are worried about space or you have a larger bike like a GSA or similar I would go with the 35L system. If you have a smaller bike the 25L's are still a great bag with a ton of storage. Mosko also offers a duffel which I will definitely be purchasing later. BMW has a similar bag made by Mosko called the Atacama. These bags are better than the Atacama bags for sure. I would highly recommend these bags.
I am a new rider, did my research, spoke to friends about what they were using, and selected the Mosko Backcountry 35L kit. The quality was everything I expected and more. I found the videos Mosko produced to be very useful and will likely be referencing them many times again in the future.
Sadly, I had bought them planning my first overnight trip for Get Your Groove On 2020 in Woodstock, Illinois. It has been cancelled for this year. So I will need to find another opportunity to use them. I’ve been jonesying for a trip to the grocery store, but my hubby always goes! In the meantime, I leave them on my bike to get used to swinging my leg past them.
I’m glad I bought them. I feel prepared now should a trip be able to happen. I still need a tent though. Could Mosko get on that please? :)