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Touratech Partners with Ortlieb | Waterproof Product Line

Touratech Partners with Ortlieb

Touratech Partners with Ortlieb Waterproof drybag
Touratech Waterproof bag

Two of the most-known names in the adventure touring industry have joined forces to produce a new waterproof storage solution lineup – Touratech and Ortlieb.

But the products are not just for adventure touring; the lineup includes complete line of dry-storage products that are purpose built for motorcycle touring of all kinds. The lineup is known as the Touratech Waterproof brand, and will covers every need for waterproof storage on any type of motorcycle.

“While our roots are in adventure, the Touratech Waterproof range is exciting because we now have solutions for a wide range of motorcyclists,” says Touratech-USA’s CEO Paul Guillien. “From sport bikes to cruisers, we now have storage solutions that will make any rider happy by keeping their gear dry.”

Utilizing Ortlieb’s experience in manufacturing waterproof equipment and decades of in-house motorcycle adventure expertise, Touratech created an entire line of soft-luggage, dry bags, stuff sacks, backpacks and accessories. The range even includes water storage bags and other campsite essentials like collapsible bowls.

Each product is designed for motorcycle travel and has features and durability built to withstand the rigors of long-distance touring and the every-day commute to the office. The company has even created some test videos to demonstrate product and entertain the masses.

As the video below proclaims, “It’s good to be dry…with Touratech Waterproof.”

For additional information, visit Touratech-USA.

Touratech Waterproof Line by Ortlieb – Photo Gallery

 

 

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