Enduristan Sandstorm 2 Sport & Sandstorm 2 Enduro Waterproof Tank BagsBlack Dog Cycle Works (BDCW), as Enduristan’s North American distributor, announces a new addition to the Enduristan waterproof adventure motorcycle product line, with the release of the Enduristan Sandstorm 2 Sport and Sandstorm 2 Enduro tank bags.
These are the successors to the legendary Sandstorm by Switzerland’s premier motorcycle soft luggage designers.The Sandstorm 2 product line continues with TPU (thermo polyurethane) laminated 840D nylon fabrics providing a 100% waterproof main compartment, thus requiring no rain cover.The Sandstorm 2 release has been redesigned with more features to make your adventure riding easier. These include continuously adjustable main compartment volumes (Sport 7-12 liters and Enduro 13-20 liters), New removable document pouch and a removable 100% waterproof map case.Both Sandstorm 2 tank bags are secured in the rear with adjustable ROKstraps to ensure a secure placement even over the roughest terrain. Enduristan quick release buckles in the front and rear aid in quick deployment of the tank bags for refueling or temporary removal.The Sandstorm 2 Sport measures 12″ long x 8″ wide x 6-9.5″ variable height. The larger Sandstorm 2 Enduro measures 13.5″ long x 10″ wide x 7-10.5″ variable height, and includes external pouches with water repellent zippers.Additional tank bag straps are available separately, so either tank bag can be used on more than one bike.Both of the Sandstorm 2 tank bags are compatible with the following known motorcycle models:BMW
R1150GS / GSA
950 Super Enduro
XT1200Z Super Ténéré
XRV 650 Africa Twin
Kawasaki KLR 650
MSRP For the Sandstorm 2 Sport is $195 USD and the Sandstorm 2 Enduro is $249. The complete Enduristan product line is available through Black Dog Cycle Works, at blackdogcw.com or by calling 208-263-0438.
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