Firstgear Laguna GPS Motorcycle Tank Bag

Waterproof Biker Fanny Pack, Mini Black PVC Nylon

Posted by Andy

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Firstgear Laguna GPS Motorcycle TankIn a world filled with wonderful technology that helps the entire human race become more connected with distant friends and loved ones, and even helps to find the cures to diseases that used to kill us off like flies, we use the same amazing technology to help us keep on the right roads and make traveling through unfamiliar territory easy and without worry. It just kinda sucks when you're riding on a motorcycle and can't use the same GPS you use in your car -- well, unless you have something like the Firstgear Laguna Mini GPS Tank Bag.

The Mini GPS Tank Bag is crafted out of ultra-durable 1680 denier nylon and coated with PVC and UV protection. You don't have to worry about your GPS or your phone getting wet. It's designed to position the GPS on any bike right in your line of sight, and you can easily collapse and hide it when not needed. There is a second zip-able compartment for your keys and wallet, or basically anything else you want to cram in there. There are grommets in each pocket and loops inside the bag itself to easily rout cables out of the way. Last but not least, Firstgear throws some reflective piping around it to help you be seen at night. It attaches with straps or magnets, and when it detaches from the bike, you can use it as a fanny pack. Its dimensions are 13 x 8 x 4 inches.

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