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Don't leave home without any of your critical motorcycle gear by keeping it all together in an Ogio Tanker 9600 bag. Within its 9,600 cubic inch capacity you'll find room for just about everything: gloves, helmet, leathers, undersuit, back protector, boots and more. The 600 Denier PVC bag is placed atop Ogio's trademark Structural Load Equalizing Deck (SLED) to provide rigidity and extra protection for whatever you have stored inside. As an added bonus, the rigid design makes handling the bag easier with smartly-placed grab handles. For long-distance hauling on foot, a retractable handle at one end of the bag is paired with a set of large wheels at the other so you can easily roll it with you. A single, large opening makes accessing your gear easy and the lid features a separate large compartment that's perfect for motorcycle boots. To keep things in place when you're on the move, a pair of external compression straps allow you to cinch the bag's contents in place so nothing within can shift, providing a little more protection for the gear that protects you.

You can read more about this bag by visiting our website then call TJ at 866.931.6644 ext 817 to order. We also accept email messages - send those to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with OGIO TANKER 9600 GEAR BAG in the subject line and we'll get back to you pronto!

For all your motorcycle gear needs, the Tanker 9600 has enough room for everything that you wear on the bike. By keeping it all in one place, it's one less thing you have to worry about when you head down the road for a weekend at the track.

We configured our Tanker 9600 to carry a full leather suit, boots, gloves, a helmet and a back protector. There's plenty of room for that, and more!

The lower wheeled side of Ogio's SLED chassis serves not only to create a rigid base, but also adds a degree of protection for those times when your bag may encounter an over-enthusiastic baggage handler. Plus, a rail is molded into the upper portion to make grabbing onto the bag easy.

Large durable zippers are fitted with equally large tassels which get along nicely with gloved hands.

A retractable handle locks in place when fully extended to help you pull the bag when you're trolling across vast distances like parking lots, paddocks and airports. When it's not in use, it locks out of the way with a positive click

This is exactly what we stuffed inside this bag and there was room to spare. At the uppermost portion, a padded helmet compartment separates your lid from everything else within the bag. This location is extremely logical since, when the bag is upright, your gear isn't packing your helmet down and exposing it to stress it doesn't need. Also notice the mesh pocket on the bag's lid where little things like under gear, visor wipes, knee pucks or spare toe sliders can find a home.
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