New Giant Loop Klamath Tail Bag



Adventure proof packing and gear systems innovator Giant Loop has added the new Klamath Tail Rack Pack to its 2015 GL Moto Collection. Like a tank bag for the rear of bike, the low-profile Klamath Tail Rack Pack keeps gear organized and easily accessible, securing to virtually any motorcycle tail rack. The 4-liter soft luggage case features a zipper-less nested clamshell design inspired by classic motorcycle rally racing packs. Made in USA and constructed with military-spec materials, the Klamath Tail Rack Pack is backed by a limited lifetime warranty.

The Klamath Tail Rack Pack measures 4.75” tall x 8.5” wide x 11” long. Mounting options include 2 Forward Tension Mounting Straps (36″ adjustable/removable, 4 Fender/Rack Hook Mounting Straps and 1 Webbing Mounting Strap (36″). Riders can use various combinations to suit a broad spectrum of motorcycle make/models, and tail rack designs.

Rider friendly exterior features include rugged, water-resistant “trucker’s tarp” outer Bombshell, access to gear with gloves on via mil-spec side-release buckles, reflective accents for visibility, coated-mesh pocket and a dual adjusting shock cord cargo lash point. The Klamath Tail Rack Pack’s interior is padded and lined with high-visibility yellow, and features include an interior adjustable divider with pen/tire pressure gauge loop, key clip and zippered mesh pocket.

The Klamath Tail Rack Pack also can used in conjunction with Giant Loop’s MoJavi Saddlebag, mounting in place of the saddlebag’s removeable Tool Pouch. It’s named after the rugged, scenic and wild Klamath River Basin of southern Oregon and northern California.

Giant Loop adventure proof motorcycle and snowmobile packing and gear systems are available from international distributors, as well as from a network of dealers throughout the USA. Giant Loop designs and tests products in Bend, Oregon. For all the details, go to

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