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Old 03-23-2013, 06:28 PM   #31
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Old 03-25-2013, 09:51 AM   #32
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Old 06-09-2013, 06:34 PM   #33
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Any update on the availability of the liners?
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Old 07-01-2013, 07:29 PM   #34
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Any update on the availability of the liners?
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Would love to have something fitted instead of making something else fit awkwardly.
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Old 07-01-2013, 07:48 PM   #35
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Would love to have something fitted instead of making something else fit awkwardly.
A guy wrote me and told me Exped 22 litre waterproof bags work perfect. I bought 2 of them from Sierra Trading Post for ~$10 per and they do fit great. Turned out to be a great deal... Plus they have a see through stripe down the side so you can tell what's in each bag,
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Old 07-22-2013, 02:30 PM   #36
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A guy wrote me and told me Exped 22 litre waterproof bags work perfect. I bought 2 of them from Sierra Trading Post for ~$10 per and they do fit great. Turned out to be a great deal... Plus they have a see through stripe down the side so you can tell what's in each bag,
Wish I would have seen this earlier. I actually found a fantastic bag that was a little more expensive (but I supported a local business. It's cool): Sea To Summit Big River Dry Bag w/ oval base.

20L seriously fits like it was made for the Monarch Pass. Unfortunately, our rainy weather stopped after right I bought them so that part hasn't been tested. The fit is good and I know they make a good product so I'm confident.
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Old 09-09-2013, 11:09 PM   #37
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these monarchs are awesome. any word yet on liners?
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Old 09-10-2013, 10:27 AM   #38
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these monarchs are awesome. any word yet on liners?
Just get these:
http://www.seatosummit.com/products/display/64

The 20L size is perfect, and the oval shape fits the Monarchs much better than standard round dry bags.

You can get them online or at most camping stores (Campmor, REI, etc..), but they're on sale at EMS this week - http://www.ems.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3662436
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Old 09-19-2013, 01:12 PM   #39
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Sorry guys no word on the liners yet and we are not sure when they will be available...
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Old 10-01-2013, 12:41 PM   #40
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i purchased a set of these bags. The 4 straps on the pannier are much too short to attach to the wolfman rack with my rotopax 1 gal on the rack. (2009 KLR).

Any thoughts or tips? My trip is in a couple of days and no time to return them, any help will be appreciated, even a quick fix idea.


EDIT: Since I'm in a hurry I called the fine folks at Wolfman. They explained they have a product just for rotopax extension and I ordered 2 day delivery. Crisis over and thanks again Wolfman

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Old 10-02-2013, 12:59 PM   #41
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i purchased a set of these bags. The 4 straps on the pannier are much too short to attach to the wolfman rack with my rotopax 1 gal on the rack. (2009 KLR).

Any thoughts or tips? My trip is in a couple of days and no time to return them, any help will be appreciated, even a quick fix idea.


EDIT: Since I'm in a hurry I called the fine folks at Wolfman. They explained they have a product just for rotopax extension and I ordered 2 day delivery. Crisis over and thanks again Wolfman

Steve
Nice talking with you Steve! Enjoy your trip Just for reference here is what Steve needed...

http://wolfmanluggage.com/index.cfm?...product_id=319
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Old 12-16-2013, 12:43 PM   #42
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Hey everyone...we have a few sets of waterproof liners for the Monarch Pass Saddle Bags that we are selling cheap ($20) as one-offs Call us and order a set if you want to try them out.

800-535-8131

Small disclaimer...these are one-offs and they may not look perfect. They should be 100% waterproof. We also may not make any more
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You know what would've been really cool w/ the Monarch Pass bags? If the plastic D-rings on top would've been positioned a bit differently to allow the Hoops to be attached securely on top as an 'extra' pocket.

I usually just use the Hoops with my everyday odds and ends in them, and switch to the MPs when traveling or when I need the extra capacity. To put the Hoops on the MPs without having to take everything out of the Hoops and re-pack them somewhere else, or have the Hoops taking up space in the MPs, would've been great. But, I guess with the news that you're not making your own racks anymore, I'm guessing the Hoops themselves are not long for this world?

Just some wishful thinking...
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You know what would've been really cool w/ the Monarch Pass bags? If the plastic D-rings on top would've been positioned a bit differently to allow the Hoops to be attached securely on top as an 'extra' pocket.

I usually just use the Hoops with my everyday odds and ends in them, and switch to the MPs when traveling or when I need the extra capacity. To put the Hoops on the MPs without having to take everything out of the Hoops and re-pack them somewhere else, or have the Hoops taking up space in the MPs, would've been great. But, I guess with the news that you're not making your own racks anymore, I'm guessing the Hoops themselves are not long for this world?

Just some wishful thinking...
Thanks for the input and I can see where that would be useful for sure. However...with the placement of the D-Rings it allows you to clip on a small or medium Rolie bag. It may not delete your having to repack another bag but does allow you to carry other things on top of them...
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Old 12-17-2013, 07:05 AM   #45
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You know what would've been really cool w/ the Monarch Pass bags? If the plastic D-rings on top would've been positioned a bit differently to allow the Hoops to be attached securely on top as an 'extra' pocket.

I usually just use the Hoops with my everyday odds and ends in them, and switch to the MPs when traveling or when I need the extra capacity. To put the Hoops on the MPs without having to take everything out of the Hoops and re-pack them somewhere else, or have the Hoops taking up space in the MPs, would've been great. But, I guess with the news that you're not making your own racks anymore, I'm guessing the Hoops themselves are not long for this world?

Just some wishful thinking...
Hmm. While we're re-designing the bags() I would've preferred to be able to mount the bottle thing on the sides than on the top. Well, I guess the rolies too. It'd be nice to keep it all low.
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