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.
Great product easy to install.
I used the 60mm BMW adaptor for the panniers on my Yamaha T700 it work perfect
Thanks for your great products and guidance
Kudos to Mosko
The tent pole bag is made with the same attention to detail and bomb proof materials as all of my other Mosko Moto gear. Keep up the good work!!!
I own the original R80, a duffle and the Hood tank bag. For my cross country ride I added this tent pole bag and 2 five liter pouches for my food. Mosko puts as much engineering effort into even the smaller products, and it really makes them a pleasure to use in the real world when you are on a long trip.
This bag will keep your tent poles or nunchucks safe and sound while you're out there blasting through whatever terrain comes your way.
Will probably have to leave your sai blades at home or in one of the other larger Mosko Moto bags.
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I recently purchased the Mosko Moto Tent Pole Bag. It arrived in a timely manner. The bag itself is well constructed and I expect it to last for many years. I lean toward high quality well constructed but lightweight tents. I'm a huge fan of Alps Mountaineering Tents and I'm currently using the Zephyr 2 man tent. The poles fit great in my Mosko pole bag.