The Stinger 22L is an incredibly versatile welded-seam roll-top drybag designed to be mounted as a tail/fender bag on smaller bikes, or as a topper on hard-sided panniers and/or top boxes. It also turns into a backpack, in case you need a daypack for hiking into a hot spring, or making a quick trip to town for supplies. The backpack straps stash away in a flat external pocket, and clip to two d-rings on the bottom of the bag.
The Stinger 22 has a document pocket on the front with a water resistant zipper, and 4 loop cutouts on the outside of the pocket for attaching things like carabiners or a leatherman. It has strap pass-throughs on the side of the bag (we recommend either the Backcountry Cinch Strap or the Simple Cinch Strap), so you don't have to worry about the bag squeezing out from under your straps in bumpy terrain.
Sorry I have not recieved the item yet until today
Bag can be used separately as an overnighted or attached to top/side bags as an auxiliary.
I couldn’t be happier with my gear and the service. I purchased the Backcountry 35L panniers in 2017 for a trip with two friends who did not have Mosko(and do now) and just purchased the reckless 40L in March for my new KTM exc f 500. The reckless 40L is perfect for that bike. Once again, the quality is 100% and service was great too.
Looks good, would like more molly.
I recently started outfitting a KTM 690 Enduro R as an adventure bike and had decided that MoskoMoto’s luggage was hands down the best products out there, so I ordered a Reckless 40L and a Stinger 22L for the rack that was made by RallyRaid of Great Britain. Unfortunately, due to the shape of the RallyRaid frame, the MoskoMoto Reckless system will not fit correctly to the frame. (The RallyRaid frame is more suited to having individual panniers on each side). So I contacted MoskoMoto and explained the situation and sent photos of the problem luggage/frame mismatch. I am pleased to say that MoskoMoto refunded fully my purchase price for the luggage without any questions or feet dragging. Incidentally, I ended up buying luggage from a competing quality manufacturer in Europe. (Not naming names, but starts with a “K”)….although very well made, there is simply no comparison to the strength and design features in the Mosko products that I had to return. Mosko may be expensive, but there is a very good reason for that. Quality, Strength, Design.