Fanny Packs

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I'm looking for a good medium sized fanny pack for woods riding. I want something that is secure and that I won't have to worry about it falling off. I need it for carrying basic toosl. Any ideas?
 

dirt bike dave

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I've got a Moose pack that has held up very well. Can't remember the model name; it's slightly bigger than most, but not the grande dual sport model.
 

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I used a Moose mid sized one for a couple of years. It was a nice bag but wore kind of quickly. Jim Cook from www.Smackovermotorsports.com showed and sold me a Fox one that I've been hammering for 3 summers now. It's held up great and was very reasonably priced, too. Here's Fox's webpage for it:
http://www.foxracing.com/products/MX/accessories/DeluxeToolpack.htm
It's not a good picture, though. It doesn't show the 2 full length pockets in front of the tool pouch area or the fact that the belt has to small zipped pockets for storing keys, etc.
 

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I have a really nice Acerbis one. I got it from a friend, so it has quite a bit of wear on it, and it works fine. All the zippers, buckles and velcro are still good. I like it.
 
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MSR enduro pack is nice, holds tools well, has place to hold maps, and has extra compartments for misc. stuff. costs about $45.
 
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Hey Biker

Its me, Shin. I have a good sized fanny pack that might be what you're lookin for. I got it at REI in Atlanta. I will try and bring it along the next time I see you. Not a moto company but hikers need good packs too!
 
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Originally posted by Shin ichi
I got it at REI in Atlanta.
REI?? Not to rip on you, but they spend big money on the Greenies... They make Camelbak look like someone who owns a string of motocross tracks....

It's supporting the enemy...
:(
 

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I don't know about quality, but the MSR dual sport pack looked pretty good to me.
 
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Another vote for the fox fanny pack. Got it as a present, and it seems to securely swallow up anything I care to carry. Don't notice it riding either. Figure it's a good excuse for why I'm going so slow all the time.

mg
 
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#13
I had a fox fanny pack and the zippers didnt last, look at the zippers on a msr or moose pack, they are "YKK" zippers, very stout.