Dirtsack LongRanger Pro Tough Adventure Motorcycle Panniers TET
Travel light and go anywhere with the superb Longranger Pro Panniers. With 24 litres of 100% waterproof storage per side plus external pockets you can take all you need whilst keeping the weight low and the bike narrow. Made from really tough ballistic fabric you can use them anywhere; on road, off road no road! Perfect for the TET, TAT or a trip to the shops
They will fit many bikes without the need for pannier racks and easily unclip to carry into your tent or room at the end of the days ride.
- Roll top main compartments with 100% Waterproof Drybag Inserts
- Four side and two rear pockets with heavy duty YKK zippers.
- 3M high-vis reflective tape on three sides.
- Heavy denier ballistic fabric with reinforced stress points.
- Shape retention even when empty.
- Soft plush interior lining with foam insulation.
- Adjustable centre bridge to suit variable pillion widths.
- Dimensions (per side): 38cm x 30cm x 20cm
- Capacity (per side): 24 litres
Fitting bikes without using pannier racks:The Longrangers will fit many bikes without having to use a pannier rack so you can keep your bike narrow for filtering and the weight close to the centre. Take care with the hot exhaust, you may need to use a heat shield to keep the pannier and/or straps from touching any part of the exhaust. Bikes that should be OK without a rack include: G650GS690 / 701 EnduroXT660Z Ténéré640 Enduro / 640 AdventureXT660950SE990 Adventure990 SMTXRV 650 Africa TwinDR 650KLR 650Royal EnfieldFor bikes that don't have much bodywork at the rear then racks are recommended, eg Tiger XC, F800GS etc. You may also need to use additional straps depending upon the overall width but they can be secured to almost all racks.I've used these myself on a 990 Adventure and they will fit onto the KTM/touratech racks but I prefer to use them without to keep it light and narrow. They're also much quicker to remove, just four clips and you can lift them off and into your tent or hotel.
Many thanks to Owen Howells for the pic of the Longrangers on his glorious '68 Tiger, please check his insta at @owenmotofoto