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Old 02-07-2013, 03:12 PM   #1
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Wolfman New 2013 Products-The Hoops

Happy 2013 Everyone. We have been working a few new Products for 2013. They will be ready to ship on February 15th.

New for 2013 The HOOPS
The Hoops are a great bag the fits inside our Side Rack “Hoop” similar to crash bar bags. These are micro saddlebags great for carrying tools, tubes and or just the regular stuff. Stable 6 point mounting make these ultra-secure. These are not intended to be used with our any of our saddle bags.
Features:
Easy Zip opening
Reflective Webbing
Total Ballistic construction
Easy on Off Hook and Loop mounting



Approx. size:
10 ½” Long X 5 3/8” Tall X 2 3/8” Deep ( 26.7cm Long X 13.7cm Tall X 6cm Deep)
Approx. 1 ½ Liters each (3 liters the pair)

Part #
M323


Retail: $59.99
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Old 03-05-2013, 01:34 PM   #2
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Got a set of these to go on my Wolfman racks (also got the Rocky Mountain saddlebags). Really nice little solution and one of those things that I cannot believe was not already on the market.

I am going to use them on local dualsport rides and get rid of the tankbag! Maybe even the tailbag too...but that might be too much weight.

Just wondering out loud how well the velcro will hold while I am bouncing around the forest roads or speeding up the interstate at 75 mph. Two large loops and four small ones on each bag...seems sufficient so far.

These are nice. Good solution for the F800GS...
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Old 03-05-2013, 02:35 PM   #3
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Got a set of these to go on my Wolfman racks (also got the Rocky Mountain saddlebags). Really nice little solution and one of those things that I cannot believe was not already on the market.

I am going to use them on local dualsport rides and get rid of the tankbag! Maybe even the tailbag too...but that might be too much weight.

Just wondering out loud how well the velcro will hold while I am bouncing around the forest roads or speeding up the interstate at 75 mph. Two large loops and four small ones on each bag...seems sufficient so far.

These are nice. Good solution for the F800GS...
The Hook and Loop is not an issue. there are 4 -1", and 2-2" hook and loop mounts. I have tested them well.

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Old 03-06-2013, 09:43 AM   #4
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Fantastic Idea!
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Old 08-12-2013, 05:17 PM   #5
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The hook & loop held tight, but the strap broke on both upper corners just over halfway into the 1st ride. I had an Andy strap to secure the bage for the return ride. It was a very rocky 200 mile day, but from past experience with Wolfman's excellent products I am disappointed, I really want these to work.
Beef up the mounting & you'll have a very handy size day trip product.





The side that broke had my tool roll ~3lbs & a couple of rags stuffed in to keep the roll from bouncing around in the bag.



This happened yesterday, they are in the mail to Wolfman today & I have complete faith they will correct the problem. These are the perfect size for tools & trail essentials.
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Old 08-14-2013, 11:08 AM   #6
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Used these on a recent trip to Washington on my WR250R. I used these little bags as "Stuff Sacks" for my pump, some tools, first aid etc., then when I got to my destination, swapped out my Rocky Mountain panniers for these little guys for day riding. Worked fine for that use, too bad about above user's experience. Hoping these last a bit longer.

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Old 08-14-2013, 01:07 PM   #7
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My day to day luggage setup is the Hoops w/ a Wolfie tailbag. In the left hoop, I keep a microfiber cloth for cleaning my shield, a pen, glove liners (when it's colder), and my phone lives in there with a charging cable going to the aux power port on the left side of the bike. On the right, I keep a cable lock and a tire repair kit. The Wolfie holds a Slime compressor and the rain liners for my riding gear in the outside pockets, and an extra shield in the main compartment (I have a clear and a mirrored, so whichever one isn't on the helmet). Nice and narrow setup for riding around town, with enough extra room in the Wolfie for any incidentals I need to carry, or to stuff my riding pants into when I stop.

I love this setup!
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Old 08-14-2013, 03:04 PM   #8
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Dusty at Wolfman and I decided that my rather extreme rides might be better served with the medium rollie bags. So we worked out a very fair trade and he's sending them even before my hoops arrive so I can have them for the weekend. Awesome company service!
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Old 11-29-2013, 07:43 AM   #9
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I like these and will be ordering them soon. I already have the expedition dry bags and dry duffel, as well the E-12's and enduro duffel. I don't use the E-12's much more now that I have the racks mounted. Clearly I like Wolfman Products and I have never been disappointed.

One question; has anybody tried mounting these Hoops over the Rotopax Mount Kit? I'm running the mounts on both sides. The straps seem to be located in such a way that I shouldn't have to take off the mounts?
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Old 12-13-2013, 11:46 AM   #10
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Can you put these hoops on the "inside" of the racks?

I was thinking it'd be cool to use Rocky Mountain saddlebags, and then use a hoop on the inside of the rack where it's open (non-exhaust side).
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Old 12-13-2013, 12:18 PM   #11
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Can you put these hoops on the "inside" of the racks?

I was thinking it'd be cool to use Rocky Mountain saddlebags, and then use a hoop on the inside of the rack where it's open (non-exhaust side).
It is not recommended, for safety issues.

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Old 12-13-2013, 02:38 PM   #12
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Gotcha, thanks!

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It is not recommended, for safety issues.

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Old 12-13-2013, 07:58 PM   #14
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Do you guys may any bags that fit into the crash bars on a 990?
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