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Customer Reviews

Based on 264 reviews
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A.J. Simpson
Better than expected

I initially viewed the launch of this tank bag on a YouTube video and immediately wrote it off as a Starbucks posers bag. For that comment I owe Mosko Moto a sincere apology and hope that it is accepted with the humbleness that it is offered.

Since that time I’ve watched a number of various unboxing video reviews. Everyone demonstrates features of the bag and shows off all of the compartments but, for some reason none of that seems to capture the real essence of the bag.

I have been planning a RTW trip on my 2016 KTM 500 EXC for quite some time and a trip like that requires sweating the details so, deciding on the right tank bag wasn’t a trivial decision. Still unsure about the Nomax I ultimately decided to give it a try primarily because it incorporated a water bladder and, the ability to carry ample amounts of water in an unobtrusive manageable way is extremely important to me.

Once I opened the box, though, and finally got a chance to see the tank bag up close and personal, it was immediately apparent that whatever it was, that was lacking in those videos, was blatantly obvious in person. Not to belabor the point but, a posers bag, this is not. This bag is a 💯% real deal Dual Sport ADV tank bag that Starbucks would be happy to have in their parking lot. ✌🏾

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Dana Salsman
Backcountry Cinch Straps

Took my first big road trip. Used these straps to bind down my 40L Backcountry Duffel. 3900 miles without an issue. Quality product!

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Franklin Garcia
Best non elastic straps

I've use another brand straps, that I thought were good. And they are. But they are elastic. Strapping luggage with elastic straps, specially off road may move the luggage around if the bag is fat. Anyways, I have the Mosko Stinger 20L bag, and I love it, but I thought it may work best with mosko straps. So far I'm very happy with them since they are very strong.

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jeff wagner

I love this gear, definitely worth the wait !

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Mel
Cinch straps ,

Easy to use and come in a handy bag for easy storage when not in use , brilliant.

Backcountry Cinch Straps (pair)

Now even stronger! The Backcountry Cinch Straps are used to secure a rear duffle or pannier topper to your bike. This is our version of the ultimate cinch strap. There are no elastic or plastic parts to break/stretch on a long trip – just high-tensile polyfilament webbing, two metal cam buckles, and features you won’t find in any other strap. Price is per pair

These two-piece straps quickly connect to the bike using lanyard loops, and they also have adjustable-length tails, so they'll work on everything from a large high capacity duffle to a small pannier topper. They include strap keepers, so your excess strap lengths won't flap around in the wind, and the buckles have a webbing backing to prevent damage to the bag/bike.

We designed these straps to function as an emergency tow strap if you have a breakdown (put the rear duffle on your back, worn as a backpack, and use the straps to tow) or an emergency tie-down system if you have to load your bike in the back of someone's truck in a pinch. Check out the product video to see how it works.

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Product Specs
  • Length: 210.8 cm (per strap)
  • Weight: 0.16 kg (per strap)
Construction + Materials
  • Made from high-tensile polyfilament webbing with rustproof steel buckles
  • Works as an emergency tow strap and/or tie-down system
  • Quick release lanyard connection loops
  • Cam buckle backing to prevent damage
  • Two-piece design with adjustable tail.
Kit Includes
  • Sold as a pair

Customer Reviews

Based on 264 reviews
95%
(250)
4%
(10)
0%
(1)
0%
(1)
1%
(2)
A
A.J. Simpson
Better than expected

I initially viewed the launch of this tank bag on a YouTube video and immediately wrote it off as a Starbucks posers bag. For that comment I owe Mosko Moto a sincere apology and hope that it is accepted with the humbleness that it is offered.

Since that time I’ve watched a number of various unboxing video reviews. Everyone demonstrates features of the bag and shows off all of the compartments but, for some reason none of that seems to capture the real essence of the bag.

I have been planning a RTW trip on my 2016 KTM 500 EXC for quite some time and a trip like that requires sweating the details so, deciding on the right tank bag wasn’t a trivial decision. Still unsure about the Nomax I ultimately decided to give it a try primarily because it incorporated a water bladder and, the ability to carry ample amounts of water in an unobtrusive manageable way is extremely important to me.

Once I opened the box, though, and finally got a chance to see the tank bag up close and personal, it was immediately apparent that whatever it was, that was lacking in those videos, was blatantly obvious in person. Not to belabor the point but, a posers bag, this is not. This bag is a 💯% real deal Dual Sport ADV tank bag that Starbucks would be happy to have in their parking lot. ✌🏾

D
Dana Salsman
Backcountry Cinch Straps

Took my first big road trip. Used these straps to bind down my 40L Backcountry Duffel. 3900 miles without an issue. Quality product!

F
Franklin Garcia
Best non elastic straps

I've use another brand straps, that I thought were good. And they are. But they are elastic. Strapping luggage with elastic straps, specially off road may move the luggage around if the bag is fat. Anyways, I have the Mosko Stinger 20L bag, and I love it, but I thought it may work best with mosko straps. So far I'm very happy with them since they are very strong.

j
jeff wagner

I love this gear, definitely worth the wait !

M
Mel
Cinch straps ,

Easy to use and come in a handy bag for easy storage when not in use , brilliant.

Warranty and Crash Replacement

We offer an industry-leading limited lifetime warranty on all our sewn seam bags, and a two year warranty on welded seam bags. Contact us for discounted crash replacement pricing.

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