Wolfman Enduro Carry-All/Front Plate Bag

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Wolfman Enduro Carry-All/Front Plate Bag

Postby 4Strokes » Wed Mar 15, 2017 9:43 am

Founded 1992, Wolfman is a company that specializes in soft-sided luggage and storage bags for most types of dual-sport motorcycles. I know what you're thinking, "What could possibly be so different between motorcycle soft luggage?" There's a difference, as you'll see here in our reviews. Owned and operated by a motorcycle enthusiast that rides, Wolfman designs products from real-world experience. The sole product line of Wolfman is soft luggage and storage bags for motorcycles, and as you might expect, this is what they do best. As we found, Wolfman motorcycle soft luggage and bags are superior to most other related products on the market today!

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Wolfman Enduro Carry-All (Front Number-Plate Bag)
If you have been reading our review from the beginning then you should be seeing a trend by now. That is, Wolfman soft luggage and bags are not your average run-of-the-mill motorcycle bags. The Wolfman Enduro Carry-All is no exception. It is a large front number-plate storage bag with features not currently found on other manufacturers front number-plate bags. It is a high quality, feature-rich carrying device designed to mount to the front number-plate and securely carry items on your dirt bike.

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Most notable features on the Wolfman Enduro Carry-All include:

  • Compression straps
  • Removable windowed map pocket
  • Internal clip for keys or other items
  • Reflective webbing and logo-patch
  • Heavy duty zipper
  • Duraflex buckles
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The Wolfman Enduro Carry-All measures approximately 11" wide x 7" high x 3" deep and construction is of heavy coated 500-Denier Cordura. A 4in x 8in-windowed map pocket attaches to the top of the Enduro Carry-All with hook and loop fastener. The windowed map pocket mounts either horizontally (8" wide x 4" high, as shown on the Suzuki DRZ400) or vertically (4" wide x 8" high). The Enduro Carry-All attaches securely to the front number-plate, handlebar and fork tubes. We tried the Enduro Carry All on several dirt bikes, all with headlights (Suzuki DRZ400 pictured), and did not see any problems at all, not even on bikes with the smallest of front number-plates like the KTM MXC/EXC. The Enduro Carry-All never once interfered with a headlight. Even though the Enduro Carry-All attaches to the handlebar and triple clamp, typically it is not a good idea to load front number-plate bags up real heavy. We would save the real heavy stuff for a rear fender bag on a reinforced fender, Enduro Tank Bag or a fanny pack.

At the time of this review, retail price on the Wolfman Enduro Carry-All was $69.99. Other manufacturers are priced between $40-$45 but they do not have a windowed map pocket or compression straps and do not mount as securely. The Enduro Carry-All is available in black and does not have an optional rain cover. Different size windowed map pockets are available as options. The Enduro Carry-All and options can be ordered directly from the Wolfman Website listed below.

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All Wolfman products that we have evaluated have been nothing but innovative, feature-rich and high quality. The Enduro Carry-All is no exception. It was hard to find fault with it but since front number-plate bags are most commonly used to carry extra riding gear or clothes we definitely would have liked to seen a rain cover for it. In addition, we are not sure if we could justify the extra $20, so we will leave that up to you to decide. We rated the Wolfman Enduro Carry-All front number-plate bag at 4. Originally published on or about 12/6/2006.

Wolfman Motorcycle Luggage
1840 Skyway Drive, Unit E
Longmont, CO 80504
Phone: 800-535-8131 or 303-651-6022
Website: www.wolfmanluggage.com

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