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Cortech Super 2.0 24L Tail Bag

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Cortech Super 2.0 24L Tail Bag - Details

  • 1680 denier ballistic polyester and 1800 denier three-lined twill Jacquard weave side pockets with a polyester backing
  • Will mount to Cortech Super 2.0 Saddlebags or by itself
  • Removable neoprene base
  • Two tone red and black soft interior lining
  • Quick release mounting system with storage pockets for mounting straps when not in use
  • Easy access, top loading main compartment
  • Expandable main compartment with snap lock zippers
  • One way zipper on main compartment with Zipper Garage for concealment
  • Top flap internal organizer pocket
  • Phoslite reflective striping and logo
  • Comfortable rubberized carrying handle
  • Cortech Jacquard weave shoulder strap
  • Rain cover included
  • 13.4L x 14.2W x 7.5D (24 liter)
  • Black
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I recently bought a new motorcycle and decided it was time for me to get a proper tail bag. My previous bike had had nothing but a molle-friendly 5.11 pouch supplemented with cargo netting as necessary.I wanted something that would hold a small (15.5") laptop on commutes to work and I started with the Ogio Tail Bag (also offered here) which I calculated would just accommodate the laptop. On delivery I discovered I was wrong about that. (If you're not planning on carrying anything larger than a "net book" or tablet I suggest you look at the Ogio as well as this bag. They're both great. That one however will not hold a lap top. This one will.)Similarly dimensioned to the Ogio Stealth tail bag Cortech's bag is approximately as sturdy in its construction not quite so clever in its design (or perhaps a bit too clever) and frankly not as good looking.But it's just that little bit bigger where it counts.Like the Ogio it's a strap mounted bag with a base. Unlike the Ogio its base is detachable (which is probably better) but not quite as thick and not nearly as "sticky" on the bottom. So I imagine it provides slightly less protection to the contents (against vibration) and the bike (against abrasion).Its detachable mounting straps are much longer than those on the Ogio and offer a much wider array of mounting options; so wide in fact that I spent a couple of hours trying to divine the best possible option before finally deciding that on my bike the best thing would be to simply use the integral straps that tuck into the bottom (probably intended for use with the available matching saddle bags) and toss the detachable ones aside (not an option on the Ogio bag).It lacks the handy Kindle-sized pocket on the top hatch that the Ogio has. But it has an "organizer" on the inside of that hatch that the Ogio lacks. And that organizer will hold the traveling papers ("Registration and Proof of Insurance please." "Why yes officer it's right here.") and the owner's manual or a Kindle (but not both) just fine.But where it truly out does the Ogio bag is in red-lined main compartment.Where the Ogio bag expands upward markedly increasing the bag's volume without increasing its so-called "foot print" the Cortech bag's main compartment expands on either side literally widening the bag while achieving approximately the same volume.I can stuff all the same gear into the Cortech that I stuff into the Ogio (long-sleeved shirt for when the sun goes down cap for wearing off the bike camera sunscreen apple left over from lunch even my jacket which is vented and pretty flexible); the difference is with both sides expanded the laptop will fit easily into the Cortech bag. It will not fit comfortably into the Ogio.It's probably also worth noting that the red lining in the Cortech bag's main compartment makes it easier to find smaller bits of loose stuff especially smaller bits of dark loose stuff. But I'm a fan of using a couple of small diddy bags to organize the contents of any larger bag in any case.This bag is the one that's staying on the bike at least for as long as I have to schlep a lap top back and forth to work.
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I ordered a Cortech Tailbag and had to wait because it was discontinued. It was well worth the wait. I put it on my Suzuki 650 V-Strom the day I got it. It has not come off yet. I work the night shift and I have to bring my lunch jacket and other stuff with me and it holds everything just fine. Looks great on the bike too. I really like my Cortech Super 2 Tailbag. I would recommend it and Chaparral Motorsports to anyone.
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