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Old 10-11-2013, 08:49 AM   #1
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Wolfman New 2014 Product-The Boulder Beta

New for 2014 Wolfman is Going Universal.
Introducing the Boulder Beta Rear Bag.

The Boulder Beta Rear Bag is latest step in the evolution of our Duffel-Bag-with-Legs. Go further with extra capacity and extra stability. Now with waterproof liners.

Over ten years of evolution rest behind the new Boulder Beta Rear Bag. Our original Duffel-Bag-with-Legs has evolved and improved over the years, and is now even more versatile, stable, and easy to use. It is designed to fit Medium and Big Adventure Bikes, and also fits Sport, Standards and Cruisers. A contoured seat channel hugs the bike and "legs" add capacity, help keep the weight low, and don't interfere with the rider.

Full Ballistic-Vinyl construction for durability. The bottom is triple-layered with 3/8" foam, ballistic vinyl and Slip-Not for strength and maximum stability. The solid 4-point mounting system comes on and off the bike quickly and easily. Heavy duty 1.5" and 2" compression straps keep the load snug.

A wide, crescent zipper gives full access to contents. Inside, a wide Clear Mesh pocket keeps small items handy; the pocket doubles as a compression layer to cinch internal items, making opening and closing the Boulder Beta easier. (Pocket can be removed.) Three tailored waterproof liners keep gear dry and slide into place to simplify packing. Or just load up the 60+ liters of space will all the gear needed for a weekend or longer trip. Need more space? Use the included Quick-Clip duffel straps to add an additional duffel to the outside of the bag -- try our waterproof Renegade Duffel.







Features:
10+ year evolution
Rack-less, universal fit
Full access top zipper
Clear Mesh removable compression pocket
3 tailored waterproof roll-top liners, 2 leg, 1 center
Full Ballistic Vinyl construction
3-layer bottom
1.5" and 2" compression straps to secure the load
Reflective accents
Multiple handles for easy carry
Ultra stable, quick and easy 4-point mounting
Quick-Clip duffel straps included
Wolfman Legendary Quality

Dimensions:
Overall Width: 32 / 82.5cm
Height (From Top Of Seat): 8 / 21.5cm
Length: 12 / 30cm
Seat Channel: Top 10 / 25.4cm, Bottom 16 / 38cm
The legs hang down from the top of the seat: Front 7 / 19.6cm, Rear: 6 / 15.2cm

Capacity: 60+liters
Color: Black
Part #:
MK-301

Retail Price: $499.99
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Old 10-11-2013, 09:17 AM   #2
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Old 10-11-2013, 09:32 AM   #3
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That's very cool. I like your stuff!
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Old 10-12-2013, 06:18 PM   #4
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Been following Qs report and wondered about that bag. Looks like a great option.
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Old 10-18-2013, 09:07 AM   #5
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OK boss, I gotta question...

Think this'll fit with Rocky mountains on the 990 Adventure? I'm doing the return from the Alcan 5000 next year with my 12-year old and was planning on running the Large duffel I already own on the rear rack and the Rocky Mountains, this looks like it might be a better solution....

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Old 10-18-2013, 11:55 AM   #6
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Old 10-18-2013, 12:39 PM   #7
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OK boss, I gotta question...

Think this'll fit with Rocky mountains on the 990 Adventure? I'm doing the return from the Alcan 5000 next year with my 12-year old and was planning on running the Large duffel I already own on the rear rack and the Rocky Mountains, this looks like it might be a better solution....

SA
Good question! The Boulder Beta is actually desigened as a stand alone bag and actually sits where the passenger does on the 990. It also functions better with no side racks and no saddle bags. the best solution for you with your 12 year old and the Rocky Mountains is a Large Expedition Duffel. Plus it will save you some $
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Old 10-19-2013, 11:22 AM   #8
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I like the idea and design, and you might catch the attention of the sport crowd if the bottom of each "leg" had a heat resistant material to allow use with high-pipes..I know it's something a lot of them are looking for. Just a thought..
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Old 12-16-2013, 01:54 PM   #9
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how does it fit on a 2012+ dl650 with the high exhaust pipe?
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Old 12-16-2013, 03:32 PM   #10
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how does it fit on a 2012+ dl650 with the high exhaust pipe?
I have not tried one on that model yet so no pics for you. On the high exhaust bikes (like the pictured Tenere) you will want to make sure the pipe guard on that bike keeps the bag off the exhaust (looks like it will but I can't be sure). Also the rear grab handles of some bikes have affected the mounting of this bag.

If anyone has pics of this we would love to see them. We will try and get some posted up if we can find that bike and get a bag on it
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I have not tried one on that model yet so no pics for you. On the high exhaust bikes (like the pictured Tenere) you will want to make sure the pipe guard on that bike keeps the bag off the exhaust (looks like it will but I can't be sure). Also the rear grab handles of some bikes have affected the mounting of this bag.

If anyone has pics of this we would love to see them. We will try and get some posted up if we can find that bike and get a bag on it
hey, thanks for the response.....

can ship me one and ill try it out, take pictures, see if all my shit fits in it, and then purchase it.
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Old 12-16-2013, 07:59 PM   #12
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hey, thanks for the response.....

can ship me one and ill try it out, take pictures, see if all my shit fits in it, and then purchase it.
Not sure that's how it works my friend We do have a 30 day return policy...
http://www.wolfmanluggage.com/images...WolfReturn.pdf

Let's see if someone posts up with a picture of this configuration...
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