The large MOLLE pouch fits best on MOLLE panels with at least three columns of webbing, so please check your bags and see how large the MOLLE panel is before choosing MOLLE accessories.
The large MOLLE bag includes 4 MOLLE stix for quick and easy attachment and removal. We designed this pouch to easily accommodate two 1L MSR or Primus style fuel bottles, for a half-gallon of extra carrying capacity. It also accommodates a 2L MSR dromedary (or other hydration bag), and has a special opening for the hydration nozzle, for easy access to water for cooking/cleaning at the campsite, or throughout the day.
There's a Velcro hatch inside so you can close off the nozzle opening and use the pouch for tools or other small items too. Add multiple MOLLE bags for water, fuel, and tool storage on longer trips. Take them off when you don't need the extra space.
Product Creation at Mosko is an effort born of necessity. Everyone on our team rides – and time on the trail translates to an innovative, always improving product line. Crafting gear that will outperform in even the most harsh riding conditions means we make no compromise, ever.
“What can I say, another great product from Mosko Moto!! I love the how to videos and uses for these pouches. I keep 1 of the 2 liter MSR water sacks in each of them for over a full gallon of water spread out on my 35 liter Backcountry saddle bags. Perfect for remote travel.”
I have not had a chance to use it yet but im sure it will work for what I am looking for I did send you a review last year and also a picture of your product on my motorcycle but never saw anything on your website about it. I figured it was because it was on a 1954 Harley Panhead. I figured you never seen one on that type of a bike and that's why I shot it to ya
I purchased the Reckless 80 system to use on multi-day trips on my 2019 KTM 690 Enduro R. In addition I was using two 4L molle pouches and two 2L molle pouches for additional storage. After spending a week camping, and riding over 700 miles over rugged and rough terrain in the Arizona and Utah backcountry these are my observations:
1 - I love how many different spaces there are to store gear. The ability to have bags that stay closed and stored for the entire day, vs others that are used more frequently for daily use items like food and camera gear is invaluable.
2 - The Reckless 80 is very durable and rugged. A top bag fell off (my fault for not cinching correctly) at 30 MPH on a rocky road and took a tumble, but apart from some minor scuffs, showed no other damage.
3 - Tie in points for the Reckless 80 are superb - strong and permanent. After the initial setup the bags didn't shift at all, preventing the need to re-adjust. This is particularly important on the 690 since the fuel cap needs to be accessed through the opening in the top part of the harness.
4 - The Molle pouches were used to store extra fuel in the MSR bottles, water and quick access food. The Molle mounting system is solid. Wondering about the naming of the pouches since the 4L is designed to hold two 1 Liter bottles, and the 2L only holds 1?
I carried around 80 lbs of gear in the Reckless 80 and couldn't be happier!
Used the 10 on a 690 for the Canadian ktm rally, even thou it was a US product it worked flawless 😜
I ended up getting two of the 4 liter versions (attaching them as shown in the video to the front of the backcountry pannier system.) One for water storage/dispensing, and one for my tool roll, lube, some rags and a bottle of whiskey. I put about 4,000 miles on with them this season. And just like the rest of Mosko’s gear, they’ve handled torrential rain, sleet, rocky/dusty/muddy backroads and trails, as well as long hwy miles. Lots of gear in and out, and never a hitch. Can’t say I’ve run into anything that makes me think “I wish it...”
Definitely a piece of gear that design from folks who ride. I’ve got buddies with cheaper gear, and while it works, it’s always a little more of a hassle, and definitely not as up to handle thousands of miles of abuse. Personally, I’m stoked to have paid a few extra bucks for what this gear provides.
Items arrived as described and to Australia within 15 days of placing order. Great helpful service over emails and will use in future.