The new SW-Motech Drybag 700 is pretty big. Enough to carry up to 70-litres of luggage on the back of your motorcycle. But still manageable enough to carry off your bike with a shoulder strap and carry handle. Depending on what’s in it of course!
The SW-Motech Drybag 700 is made from tough and waterproof PVC-coated 500D polyester, with a roll-and-clip closing system to keep everything dry and protected from the elements. Because no-one wants to change into soaked clothes at the end of a long trip.
It should be easy to pack and unpack with the roll top revealing a large opening. And there are integrated clip adaptors if you need even more Drybags attached to carry everything you own.
To keep the bag on the bike, you get a four-point strapping system, which can be fitted to various mounting points on most motorcycles. Plus you also get D-rings included if you want to add even more straps for more peace of mind. You can also adjust the width of the bag to keep it tight on the rear of your bike. Which also means you don’t end up with a big flappy sail if it’s only half-packed and reduces the slight risk of catching it on something whilst filtering.
The SW-Motech Drybag 700 measures 76 x 75 x 30 cm. It also has retro-reflective details to help car drivers see you in low light. It’s available in Grey/Black, and costs £125.99.