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View Results: Would you use the motoPOCKET?
Absolutely - I want one. 5 18.52%
Sure - I'd check it out. 7 25.93%
Maybe - I'd want to see it first. 13 48.15%
No - won't fit my bike. 2 7.41%
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Old 06-02-2013, 12:51 PM   #1
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Windshield Storage and Top Case Organizers

Motorcycles by their nature offer very little storage space. motoPOCKETS take advantage of that precious space. Unique windshield POCKETS keep essentials at your fingertips. Top and Side Case POCKETS let you store your passport and travel documents safely secured, yet within easy reach. Keep extra light bulbs, zip ties, small tools, dry socks or lighter gloves within easy reach. Check out our web site. www.adventurepockets.com or contact us at info@adventurepockets.com Also available thru www.twistedthrottle.com - www.advmotorrad.com or other retail outlets listed on our web site. MADE IN THE USA


Adventure Pockets made it to the Horizons Unlimited event in Yosemite last September and had the opportunity to install a bunch of new motoPOCKET Windshields, motoPOCKET Top Cases and motoPOCKET Side Cases on all makes and models of motor cycles. Special to us were 2 couples, 4 guys and one gal who are headed either to South America or RTW for several years that had our bags installed at the event. Jimmy Lewis was showing how easy it is to jump a GS over a 2' log and some more practical handling techniques. He offers a lot more at his ridding school. All useful stuff to keep you safe and on 2 wheels on those amazing adventures. Contact him at- www.jimmylewisoffroad.com

SPECIAL OFFER

From now till the first of the year if you order anything from Adventure Pockets on Amazon and do a REVIEW for that item we will sell the next item for 50% off. Moto Pockets or Sup Pockets. Simply place an order, do a review and then e-mail us info@adventurepockets.com We will take your info and send the product out.



motoPOCKET Windshield on a BMW GS
Great substitute for a Tank Bag



Jimmy Lewis in his class room at the Horizons Unlimited event in Yosemite Ca.



Tad Haas from Home Stays showing off his motoPOCKET Top Case



motoPOCKET Windshield on a GS in Stanley Idaho






MotoPOCKET-Windshield is 11" wide at top and 9" at the bottom. 6" Tall. It's like having a glove-box on your motor bike.





Our motoPOCKET-Top Case comes in so handy when it's time to cross the border or get to those travel documents. Measuring 11.5" x 9" x 2"

Our motoPOCKET-Top Case w/netting being put to the test in Iceland with Zigy




motoPOCKET Top Case W/netting






motoPOCKET Top Case



motoPOCKET Top Case W/netting



New in our line is our motoPOCKET-Side Case. Fits most brands of metal or fiber glass side cases, and great for holding small tools, spare parts. Stuff right at your finger tips. Measuring 14"x6"x2"



Our motoPOCKET-Side Case's comes with either a solid front or with netting and attaches with 2-2"x12" 3M High Temp Loop Tape. Both cases are 14"X 6"X 2" deep.




motoPOCKET Side Case W/2 3M High Temp. adhesive strips



An example of our peel and stick 3M adhesive pad. Sized for our motoPOCKET Windshield



Our motoPOCKET-Handle Bar Attaches to most T-Bar set-ups and it's lockable. Measures 11"x7"x2"



Harley Davidson W/motoPOCKET Handle Bar Bag



Show Room Harley Davidson W/Pistol Pocket Bag
www.pistolpockets.com



motoPOCKET Windshield on a Honda 90



motoPOCKET Windshield on a KTM 990











At Adventure Pockets we are making POCKETS for Airplanes, Boats, Off Road vehicles, Motor Cycles and even Paddle Boards.

Bob Allen screwed with this post 12-09-2014 at 11:05 AM Reason: Adding additional information.
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Old 06-02-2013, 04:38 PM   #2
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Nice idea but I think you need more and larger photos showing the different applications in better detail. Maybe some additional pics showing how to install them etc. Good luck with your venture.
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Old 06-02-2013, 07:52 PM   #3
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I like the N but definitely need to see it larger. I think it's too cheap :)

Take a look at what other 'lid organizers' cost.
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Old 06-03-2013, 02:51 AM   #4
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Eh?

I hate to throw another log in to the fire but I feel the webpage needs some improving. It really does not show your product in its best light. Sorry, it's just my opinion.
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Old 06-03-2013, 10:24 AM   #5
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One more for the "your site isn't doesn't show me exactly what I'm buying"

also, pics here would be good . . . .don't make me work, make me interested
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Old 06-03-2013, 10:50 AM   #6
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I like it!

Hate tank bags - could suit my Stelvio as it looks like it'll fit between the windshield arms & also block the instrument panel reflection

Look forward to better photos & specs
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Old 06-06-2013, 08:53 AM   #7
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Sorry I couldn't pass up the chance.

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Old 06-06-2013, 09:01 AM   #8
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Adventure pocket

I like the idea of having something like this under the lid of my boxes. Also the one just behind the wind screen is a good idea for sunglasses and all the little stuff we pick up along our rides.
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Old 06-06-2013, 04:54 PM   #9
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Works for Me

I've had a beta large pocket with the mesh outer on the outside lid
of my Jesse top box for a year and it seems to be nicely made.
I usually have my " Spot " and maybe a water bottle in it.

I'll also be putting one on the underside of the same top box.

These could be stuck anywhere, like the front of a dirt bike number plate,
on the gas tank, like small tank panniers, etc.
I'll be putting them on my dual sport bikes rear side panels, like two small
panniers.

I know they are becoming popular with the standup paddle boarders
and surfers to keep their valuables handy.

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Old 06-12-2013, 05:16 PM   #10
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I like it!! Being from Canukistan I would like to see the PayPal option on the website.
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Old 06-13-2013, 01:18 PM   #11
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I really like this-to bad we can't get em' in Idaho.
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Old 06-27-2013, 03:00 PM   #12
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It turns out you actually CAN get one in Idaho-you just need to know who to talk to.This is a really cool item.I'm surprised at the great quality at such a reasonable price.And made in the USA!!!
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Old 07-16-2013, 08:16 PM   #13
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waterproof?

Is it waterproof? Some of us rounders ride in all sorts of crap and conditions.... Otherwise my question would be how does it set itself aside from all the other "bags" out there? You got my curiosity....
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Old 07-18-2013, 02:08 PM   #14
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The zipper is not waterproof but the material in the bag is. I did 2 months in Mexico, this Dec. and Jan. and hit lots of rain and no problems.
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Old 10-21-2013, 10:26 PM   #15
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When will the side case bags be available? What size are they? Are they removable like the top case bag?
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