T-Bag Lonestar Roll Bag

Black Nylon Luggage

Posted by Ila

Note: SpotMotorcycles may receive a small commission from our partner should you choose to purchase this item

T-Bag Lonestar Roll Bag When, albeit in the far flung future, I get to retire, I may just give up this whole "house" thing. I know folks who sold their legal residence and went on a two-year camping trip. As zen-like as I'd like to be about the transience of physical possessions, I do like having clean socks, and a bag that lets your run off indefinitely has to have room for a few creature comforts.

T-Bags bring us their Lonestar bag. The name embodies the wide open spaces and rugged lifestyle that this bag is designed to accompany you through. At first glance, you might see the nearly $300 price tag as daunting, but you are getting, between the roll bag and the main bag, over 2 cubic feet of storage capacity. One great big compact luggage set to either complement other bags if you can't live without your set of encyclopedias, or to reduce the number of bags you carry.

Constructed of 1680 denier ballistic nylon and equipped with an attached rain cover, the Lonestar will be able to tolerate whatever conditions to which you are willing to subject yourself. The mounting system is designed to go over a backrest and will adjust to any rest between 7 inches and 14 inches wide. This bag does require a luggage rack for additional support.

The Lonestar will not sag when empty and is insulated with high-density closed cell foam. There are external pockets for your odds and ends and a fantastic, hinged access to the main bag. You can separate the roll and main bag, but if used together, keep in mind that this is a lot of weight on the back of the bike. This setup is not for lightweight machines.

Take a look at the Large Tail Bag by Tour Master. This thing is heavy-duty.

Find this T-Bag Lonestar Roll Bag:

Find this luggage on eBay:

CURL error code = 6. (Could not resolve host: rest.ebay.com)

Leave a Comment

It sounds like SK2 has recently been updated on this blog. But not fully configured. You MUST visit Spam Karma's admin page at least once before letting it filter your comments (chaos may ensue otherwise).

Please note: Comment moderation is enabled and may delay your comment. There is no need to resubmit your comment.