The 4L Aux Pox mounts on the back and/or front of the Backcountry 25 Pannier, or on the back of each leg of the Reckless 80L (V3.0) Revolver, using 5 bolts, washers, and tee nuts. It consists of a harness and a removable, welded-seam, roll-top drybag. The harness can also be used without the included drybag, for things like fuel bottles, a hydration reservoir, or a tool roll. At the bottom of the harness is an opening for an MSR dromedary nozzle. There's hypalon armor along the bottom to edge to protect against abrasion, and reflective panels on the outer face for visibility.
Each individual Backcountry Pannier can fit up to two Aux Pox: one on the front and one on the rear. The Reckless 80L (V3.0) Revolver can accommodate one 4L Aux Pox on the rear of each harness leg (two total). Or you can remove the Aux Pox entirely for a more minimalist fit.
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The bags fit perfectly into the holders, are very robust and make an indestructible impression. But there is one small BUT: although the bag was rolled up to more than halfway, moisture got in! I think it's the fabric hem (webbing) that holds the clippers to the bag. This absorbs water and pulls it inside.
I haven’t seen or used a Mosko product I don’t like yet. Functional and durable
Would like to provide a review for you, but an extended journey a buddy and I had planned to take thru AZ, NM, UT, and CO had to be put off for obvious reasons. I do like the way the rig ( Reckless 80) mounts on the Himalayan, and I can’t wait until I am able to put it thru its paces.
A lot of thought has gone into this product. They have been cleverly put together to maximise carrying capacity but are not bulky. The fabric looks really tough. Haven't had rain yet but it looks like it will be completely waterproof. They are relatively expensive but are top quality and look like they will last for a long time. I highly recommend this product.
It is refreshing to see the results of combining quality engineering with
the best of materials by individuals so involved in the actual end usage
of a product.