Adventure-Spec Magadan Panniers MK2

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Adventure-Spec Magadan Panniers MK2
Adventure-Spec Magadan Panniers MK2

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The Adventure Spec Magadan Panniers were designed and developed by renowned Adventure Motorcyclist and Long-Term Adventure-Spec associate Walter Colebatch to address his own 'Sibirsky Extreme' needs in 2012. Years later (after an update from 'Adventure Motorcycling Handbook' guru Chris Scott in 2014) and these panniers have been used by thousands of riders on every continent including over 150,000 miles with Lyndon Poskitt on his 'Races to Places' project. They are now 'THE' tough, simple and secure goto soft luggage solution for the adventure rider.

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The Adventure Spec Magadan Panniers were born out of a design challenge created by renowned adventure motorcyclist Walter Colebatch.


'How do I create a set of soft luggage that is properly positioned, lockable, strong, simple and easy to maintain on the road whilst being waterproof with the look of classic luggage?'


Walter subsequently worked with Adventure Spec to develop and test what has become one of the most popular and acclaimed soft luggage systems for Adv Riders around the world. 


A few years later input from desert expert and author of 'The Adventure Motorcycling Handbook' Chris Scott further refined the design focussing on the ability to field service the panniers whilst on extended journeys, and the Mk2 Panniers you see today were born.



CAPACITY

35 litres each side. The body of the pannier contains a dry bag that allows you to separate wet and dry clothing as well as remove the inner without unstrapping the pannier. Large external pockets are designed for easy access and securing water/oil/fuel containers. 


DURABILITY

The external bag shell is made from ultra tough 1000D Cordura fabric outer and inner layers covering an abrasion and slash resistant inner core making the bags resistant to knife attack as well as tough abrasive scrapes and falls. The material choices have been made with long term servicing in mind, making it easy to make repairs or modifications with simple equipment readily available around the world. 


Lisa Morris takes the Magadans to Alaska


MOUNTING

The Magadans are designed to be easily mounted onto any rack system commonly used on large and mid-weight adventure bikes. The back of each bag is supported by a stiffened insert and the double velcro saddle straps across the top distribute weight over the rear of the bike. Finally, vertical and horizontal mounting straps (not supplied) and stainless steel Double 'D' rings enable you to secure the bags to available anchor points. Whilst they can be used without a rack, we don’t advise it unless the bike is equipped with suitable exhaust heat protection and anchor points. 

The Magadans are designed for large and mid weight ADV bikes with racks


WEATHER RESISTANCE 

Waterproofing comes in the form of roll top dry bags inside each bag. These create a 100% waterproof environment making the Magadans suitable for river crossings, heavy downpours and jet washing. 


STYLING

The Magadans are built around a conservative style that helps rider, bike and luggage blend in. We are yet to find a bike that they don’t look good on! 




CO-DESIGNER WALTER COLEBATCH SAYS...

"Most of you know the idea ... Hard boxes are clearly not suited to the type of travel I am doing. The more off road your travels are, the more you need soft luggage rather than hard luggage.


But existing soft luggage doesnt do the job. No-one in the soft luggage business seems to know what adventure travellers actually need when it comes to transcontinental or RTW journeys. In my experience, the bags of canvas (AndyStrapz, Steel Ponys) are not water resistant, nor are they abrasion resistant, and they have no security. Plastic roll bags (Wolfman, Ortlieb, Endurostan) are too small, not low enough, have little to no abrasion resistance and no security.


Having tried pretty much everything out there and still frustrated by the shortage of features, I decided to build a set for myself. I wanted bags that were capable of carrying a good 35 litres of stuff. The bigger the bags are, the more weight you can get down low, and the smaller your back bag needs to be. I wanted bags that could keep your stuff dry. In the end I decided a removeable waterproof dry bag liner was the best solution as you can take your dry stuff out in a 5 second grab - and take it into your tent - or accommodation - without having to rummage thru the bag in the rain, or take a wet muddy outer bag into a tent or hotel.


Then the bags had to be lockable - a few ideas came and went before I decided to use PacSafe WrapSafe cables. The advantage of these cables is that you can not only lock the bags shut, but you can lock the bags to your luggage rack - by routing the cable through it. The bags have loops front and back for routing the cable and holding it to the bag. So by doing that we had the first motorcycle soft bags that actually offer some sort of security and lockability.


Finally the outer material ... Cordura has earned a very good reputation as an extremely abrasion resistant fabric. Many riding pants and jackets are made from 600 denier Cordura. To imagine the durability difference between Cordura and canvas, imagine wearing canvas jeans and sliding down an asphalt road on them - as compared to the same with normal Cordura riding jacket and pants. To make sure of the durability and ruggedness of the product, we decided to pass on the 600 denier Cordura and go straight for 1000 denier Cordura - almost twice as thick and many times as strong. With a outer bag sandwich of 1000D Cordura, the bag is much much much tougher than anything on the market in terms of durability and survivability.


So thats the idea, to make the toughest, most durable RTW soft bags that are waterproof, abrasion resistant and lockable - since they are the shortcomings have experienced in existing soft bags on the market."



CO-DESIGNER CHRIS SCOTT SAYS...

“Having used Zegaflex and Monsoon and Andyz and Oxford in recent years (as well as close inspection of other products and several others in the preceding decades), I've just come off a 3000-mile trip using AS Mags ... For my sort of riding and prefs they are the best thing out there... Walter really did think it through without any unnecessary flourishes. 'Security' is the main reason overland riders give for being put off soft bags, and only Mags attempt to address this, even if actual theft is rare the Pacsafe cables can help secure any soft bag.”



LISA MORRIS OF TWO WHEELED NOMAD SAYS...

"Pioneering the British-made Magadan MK2s with the one-stop motorcycle shop, Adventure-Spec, Colebatch employed impressive materials that hits the jackpot for being waterproof, slash-proof and abrasion resistant, where the finished article can even be made secure. Foremost less leaden coupled with the above, certainly checked a lot of my boxes from the outset".


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Questions on Adventure-Spec Magadan Panniers MK2

  • From bill at 10/04/2014 00:58
    • Will the oem hard luggage frames that came on a bmw 2001 f650gs dakar be sufficient for the proper backing for the MK2's?
    • Hi Bill,

      Sorry, I don't know what those look like (and cant find a definitive answer on google). If they're for hard luggage and the bars the boxes rest on are flat, you should be fine. If in doubt send us a picture and we can try and confirm!
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  • From ScottyD at 28/04/2014 01:51
    • I'm keen to get a set of your Magadan 2s for my 2010 XT660Z Tenere. Could you please advise which rack would best suit my bike?
    • Scott,

      The Magadans were designed to work with any traditional 'Hooped' racks like the Metal Mule units or the Touratech items.

      Hope that helps.
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  • From Neil at 08/05/2014 04:44
    • I have a BMW F800GS Adventure with the factory fitted pannier rack, will the bags/straps fit over it's wide backside? If they do and the velcro straps are adjusted to length, does this reduce their adhesion with each other as there's less velcro attachment?

      Thanks
    • Neil,

      The bags will fit perfectly over the rack. The velco straps are extra long to fit over the rear of any bike we've ever seen and rather than the standard two strips of velcro we have three so that the middle section is captures like a sandwich between two outer velcro strips to make the parts extra strong.

      Hope that helps.
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  • From Andy at 26/05/2014 10:32
    • Do you have any plans to make/sell a product similar to the Wolfman Expedition Dry Duffle bags, but constructed with the same materials as the Magadan Panniers?
    • Andy,

      When you say' the same material', do you mean the slash proof secure liners? If so then, no, I'm afraid we don't.

      Dave
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  • From mark at 26/05/2014 16:21
    • Hi, can you tell me if these panniers will sit ok on a 2012 Triumph Tiger 800 XC ? id be looking to just sling them over the rear seat, with the under seat velco in place. i dont have any rack carrying system and tbh i dont really want to either! Thanks in advance for your help. Mark.
    • Mark,

      Yes the panniers will fit over your rear seat, but I would be wary of using them without racks. If you do, make sure that they can't swing inwards under your rear mudguard and into your rear wheel...

      Hope that helps.
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  • From Richard Mathews at 02/06/2014 19:35
    • Do they still get about 20 pounds heavier when wet like the Mk 1? And do they still use this kind of fabric, which gets awfully dirty in the mud?
    • Richard,

      Like any product that can retain water they do increase in weight when they get wet, but I think 20lbs might be a little optimistic! And yes, when the panniers come into contact with mud they do get dirty.

      Hope that helps.
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  • From Peter Boddy at 27/06/2014 16:56
    • 1) I assume from the pix (could not find in the description) that the two units are actually seperate and the cross straps with velcro join them together. This is important as I would need to run one of the straps under my tail rack.
      2) No D rings or anyway of attaching items to the top of the bags or straps eg. roll bags or soft top case? Odd!
      3) Need more info on what hard luggage racks/bars work with this system. A list would be helpful to those interested in purchasing this product. I have SW-MOTECH Quick-Lock EVO Sidecarrier racks on G650GS Sertao
      These panniers look great and I hope I can get them to fit my bike.
    • Peter

      1. Correct
      2. Correct, you can use the straps themselves or you can strap to the bike.
      3. Any racks with a traditional hooped side system will be fine. The panniers rely on a single strap around the outside of the bags to secure them, specifically removing the need for relaiance onany particular rack system. Your SW-MOTECH Quick-Lock EVO will be fine.

      Hope that helps
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  • From Jaime at 28/06/2014 17:37
    • Will the Magadan Bags work with Hepco-Becker racks on my 2003 KTM 640 Adventure?
    • Jaime,

      Yes, they should be absolutely fine with the Hepco and Becker racks as they are a traditional hooped panier rack.

      Dave
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  • From Geoff at 19/07/2014 01:49
    • I know you have received several dozen "will these bags fit *this* rack?" questions, but would you please tell me if these Magadans will work well on the Rumbux Pannier Bracket/Rear Protection Bars for the Yamaha Super Tenere (1200)? Thank you, I'm really hoping they do so I can buy these bags!

      Here's a link to show pictures of the Bracket/Rack system:

      http://www.rumbux.co.za/products%20continue.html

      It's numbered "7.3", towards the bottom.

      Thanks again!
    • Hi Geoff,

      From the basic photos on the site I believe these racks would work well with our Magadan panniers. I have not had any actual feedback from customers on them, but they look very nice

      Hope this helps a little!
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  • From Steve at 08/08/2014 06:51
    • Can you tell me the interior dimensions of these bags? I am looking at a few tents and soft luggage options, and need to know which will fit lengthways or upright in the AS bags.

      cheers
    • Steve,

      The Technical Info on the panniers:

      Width 200mm x Length 360mm x Height (variable) 360mm

      The two pockets on the bags are as follows:

      Pocket 1 circumference : 440mm with an attachment strip of 130mm and a top flap
      Pocket 2 circumference: 290mm with an attachment strip of 90mm and no top flap


      These panniers come with velcro top straps to support them over the rear seat of the bike.

      These panniers require extra straps that are NOT supplied to attach them to the side rail racks of your bike.

      The panniers come supplied with 2 separate internal waterproof bags, one for each side.

      The panniers do not come with any locks or pacsafe devices, but you can add ancillary items below

      Total panniers weight for 1 set : 4.35kg


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  • From Karim at 26/10/2014 22:12
    • Great looking bags, I'm considering getting them.
      On the back of the panniers I see fuel bottles, what's the biggest size to fit in there? Would a 1,5 ltr Primus bottle fit ?
    • Hi Karim,

      I think it would, but we have never fitted that specific bottle.
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  • From Michael Glennon at 28/10/2014 06:21
    • Hi there I can not see mention of the litre capacity of these bags, so please not including the exterior pockets how much gear can each bag hold? Obviously there is a variant on how many times one rolls down the opening but I would like to get a rough idea of the interior holding space are they more than 25 litres less than 30 per bag?
    • Michael,

      Take a look down the product questions for the Magadan Mk1 panniers as they are the same size, there is loads of information there on sizing etc. Possibly the most interesting information is from the UK Guru of travel Mr Chris Scott here: http://adventure-motorcyclingh.com/2013/04/13/exactly-how-big-is-soft-baggage/

      Hope that helps.
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  • From Ola at 23/01/2015 16:53
  • From mark at 05/04/2015 23:17
    • Hello,
      Your pannier system looks impressive and versatile.
      Are these available in the USA? Are they purchased factory direct?
      U.S. dollar amount with shipping to 61820?
      Thank You.
    • Mark,

      We only sell factory direct, but our delivery times to the USA are usually around 2 working days so you shouldn't notice any difference from ordering 'state-side'. The price delivered to you will be $434.25 plus $61.66 delivery for a total of $495.91.

      Ride safe!

      Dave
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  • From Jonathan at 23/04/2015 23:14
    • What is the load capacity (kg) of each of the two bags? Thanks
    • Jonathan,

      I'm afraid that is an almost impossible question to answer. There are too many variables involved in the fitting of the bags and their positioning coupled with the an almost endless series of riding variables i.e. terrain/speed etc.

      The best answer to your question that I can give is that Lyndon Poskitt has recently covered the distance from the UK to Magadan (and is now in Indonesia) with a set of these bags. They have been fully loaded for his entire trip and battered over some of the worst adventure riding terrain we have ever seen. In addition to this he isn't really renowned for his steady pace so I think it's fair to say they have received a serious beating. See what he has to say about them here:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNxmdaszbY4

      We hope this helps.
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  • From Steve at 28/04/2015 15:00
    • Will ther be a Mk 3and if so when...
    • At some point we expect to see a MK3 bag, but we have no details from Walter about any plans to produce one at this time.

      We hope that helps.
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Reviews (30)

Customer Reviews

Too big anything! But that's my problem not the bags. Review by MOAC Man
Too big anything! But that's my problem not the bags." by , written on 19 September 2017
Nothing springs to mind.
Near perfect for my needs.
I was a bit skeptical about having to strap the bags to the rack but as it happened I had to put the bike down to stop running over my riding partner after he went down on the Dempster and having the bags strapped allowed them to give a give a little, saving, I believe damage.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
Nothing springs to mind.
Near perfect for my needs.
I was a bit skeptical about having to strap the bags to the rack but as it happened I had to put the bike down to stop running over my riding partner after he went down on the Dempster and having the bags strapped allowed them to give a give a little, saving, I believe damage. (Posted on 19/09/2017)
Solid bags and great service Review by Joeclimber
Solid bags and great service" by , written on 4 July 2017
Fast shipping to Canada and exactly as expected. These things are bomb proof. Sure I had the drybags show up with small holes in them. Emailed and they shipped replacements ASAP. Did a 7 day trip on the WABDR with a few days at the Touratech west rally. Had all my gear including my 14lbs Redverz tent. Dropped the bike on the bags several times with no issues. Some small rub marks but nothing serious. The outside pockets are fabulous for water bottles in the front and chain lube and other want to get things. I would buy these again for sure.

Love the way the give when I clip stumps, rocks, trees and bushes on the trail. I used two cam buckle straps on each side and they didn't move at all.

The reflective accents definately shows up at night.

The only down side is they don' t come off the bike very fast. Could be a feature or a flaw. As stated before loading the dry bag inside the outer bag ensures max loading without having to fight it in.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
Fast shipping to Canada and exactly as expected. These things are bomb proof. Sure I had the drybags show up with small holes in them. Emailed and they shipped replacements ASAP. Did a 7 day trip on the WABDR with a few days at the Touratech west rally. Had all my gear including my 14lbs Redverz tent. Dropped the bike on the bags several times with no issues. Some small rub marks but nothing serious. The outside pockets are fabulous for water bottles in the front and chain lube and other want to get things. I would buy these again for sure.

Love the way the give when I clip stumps, rocks, trees and bushes on the trail. I used two cam buckle straps on each side and they didn't move at all.

The reflective accents definately shows up at night.

The only down side is they don' t come off the bike very fast. Could be a feature or a flaw. As stated before loading the dry bag inside the outer bag ensures max loading without having to fight it in. (Posted on 04/07/2017)
Worth the money Review by Ed Roberts
Worth the money" by , written on 22 April 2017
Really pleased with these bags.
The two-strap fixing to the luggage frame is quick and reassuring, and easier than my last bags which needed four fiddly straps to fit to each frame.
The over the seat straps have had a modification made by fitting buckles to each strap to keep the velcro in place.
The inner bags are a bit of a fight, but they are still new.
The good size means that what went in a roll bag with the last system, now goes in the sides, and keeps the weight low down.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
Really pleased with these bags.
The two-strap fixing to the luggage frame is quick and reassuring, and easier than my last bags which needed four fiddly straps to fit to each frame.
The over the seat straps have had a modification made by fitting buckles to each strap to keep the velcro in place.
The inner bags are a bit of a fight, but they are still new.
The good size means that what went in a roll bag with the last system, now goes in the sides, and keeps the weight low down. (Posted on 22/04/2017)
Do they care? Review by ricky bobby
Do they care?" by , written on 14 April 2017
So I like the bags and are of very good construction. So why i gave it 2 stars is because when I took out the dry bags to load them. I saw there were pin holes where the bends are from packaging. The main issue is that I email the company and they have to respond at all. Customer service is very important part of product sales!

***ADVENTURE SPEC RESPONSE***

Hi Ricky,

We'd be happy to help out but we've not received any emails or calls about this issue.

This is I think the first case we've come across of the inner liners having holes in them at the folds. It would certainly be something that could be sorted out, but as this is a guest review we've got no way of knowing who you are! I hope you see this and get in contact with us so we can help you out.

Many thanks,
Pete,
Adventure Spec.

***ADVENTURE SPEC RESPONSE***
Overall rating
2 out of 5
So I like the bags and are of very good construction. So why i gave it 2 stars is because when I took out the dry bags to load them. I saw there were pin holes where the bends are from packaging. The main issue is that I email the company and they have to respond at all. Customer service is very important part of product sales!

***ADVENTURE SPEC RESPONSE***

Hi Ricky,

We'd be happy to help out but we've not received any emails or calls about this issue.

This is I think the first case we've come across of the inner liners having holes in them at the folds. It would certainly be something that could be sorted out, but as this is a guest review we've got no way of knowing who you are! I hope you see this and get in contact with us so we can help you out.

Many thanks,
Pete,
Adventure Spec.

***ADVENTURE SPEC RESPONSE*** (Posted on 14/04/2017)
A Bag for the Distinguished Types, who enjoy the finer things in life. Review by Barakaiki
A Bag for the Distinguished Types, who enjoy the finer things in life." by , written on 4 April 2017
There's a simplicity and unpretentious ruggedness that really speaks to me with these bags. If you're about function first, frills last then the MK2 is made for you. Set yourself apart by pulling the trigger on these. And be prepared to jettison items when packing, not because they won't fit--rather, because they CAN
Overall rating
5 out of 5
There's a simplicity and unpretentious ruggedness that really speaks to me with these bags. If you're about function first, frills last then the MK2 is made for you. Set yourself apart by pulling the trigger on these. And be prepared to jettison items when packing, not because they won't fit--rather, because they CAN (Posted on 04/04/2017)
Video Review Review by BBL ADV
Video Review " by , written on 11 March 2017
After spending more time with them I would like to upgrade to 5 stars, here is my video review. https://youtu.be/2eUNlOOya4k
Overall rating
5 out of 5
After spending more time with them I would like to upgrade to 5 stars, here is my video review. https://youtu.be/2eUNlOOya4k (Posted on 11/03/2017)
Good Review by Park
Good" by , written on 10 March 2017
It is very comfortable, strong, and shipping is fast
Overall rating
5 out of 5
It is very comfortable, strong, and shipping is fast (Posted on 10/03/2017)
True Adventure Luggage Review by Bbl Adv
True Adventure Luggage" by , written on 28 February 2017
These are the best soft panniers I have owned, and I have tried many. With out going into too many pro's and con's (you can read the above reviews) these are by far the best. I would of given them 5 stars if they had better attachment points on the rear. But still the best....I absolutely love all of the Adventure Spec gear, they make great bags, protection and clothing. I would like to see more.
Overall rating
4 out of 5
These are the best soft panniers I have owned, and I have tried many. With out going into too many pro's and con's (you can read the above reviews) these are by far the best. I would of given them 5 stars if they had better attachment points on the rear. But still the best....I absolutely love all of the Adventure Spec gear, they make great bags, protection and clothing. I would like to see more. (Posted on 28/02/2017)
They work well on the road. Review by Charlie
They work well on the road." by , written on 12 October 2016
I just used these on a 6,500 mile trip from Kansas City to Goose Bay and Newfoundland. I fell once in sand, no damage to the bike or the luggage. My leg was pinned under the bag, so had to have my friends pick up my Africa Twin, no damage to me either. That probably would not have been the case with hard panniers. The luggage was easy to use and lighter than my friends' hard luggage. Completely water proof and rugged.
Given the opportunity, I'd buy these again.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
I just used these on a 6,500 mile trip from Kansas City to Goose Bay and Newfoundland. I fell once in sand, no damage to the bike or the luggage. My leg was pinned under the bag, so had to have my friends pick up my Africa Twin, no damage to me either. That probably would not have been the case with hard panniers. The luggage was easy to use and lighter than my friends' hard luggage. Completely water proof and rugged.
Given the opportunity, I'd buy these again. (Posted on 12/10/2016)
An excellent product Review by wind-powered
An excellent product" by , written on 28 June 2016
Used them for a 2600 mile trip round the Rockies, Yamaha WR250R. They took lots of abuse, never leaked and worked very well. The inner bags are hopeless in that they are too stiff and the wrong shape. Still working on attaching them but it may be that they need a frame specifically to suit them, I have modified wolfman frames.
Overall rating
4 out of 5
Used them for a 2600 mile trip round the Rockies, Yamaha WR250R. They took lots of abuse, never leaked and worked very well. The inner bags are hopeless in that they are too stiff and the wrong shape. Still working on attaching them but it may be that they need a frame specifically to suit them, I have modified wolfman frames.
(Posted on 28/06/2016)
Envious! Review by Tim
Envious! " by , written on 28 June 2016
I picked up a set of these while getting my girlfriend's new bike ready to join my Tiger on some adventures, now I'm envious! These are dramatically lighter than metal boxes and just as practical - really good kit that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to anyone.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
I picked up a set of these while getting my girlfriend's new bike ready to join my Tiger on some adventures, now I'm envious! These are dramatically lighter than metal boxes and just as practical - really good kit that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend to anyone. (Posted on 28/06/2016)
Satisfied Review by Crash45acp
Satisfied" by , written on 5 June 2016
Works well and seems to hold up well 2,000 miles approximatley. Ive dropped the bike a few times with them on and no tears or even worn places on fabric.

Bags are very water resistant and with the dry bags inside no worries at all even when washing off bike and bags at carwash. It is a bit of a pain to get all the mud off of the bags where the tire tends to sling mud up. Could probably mount a thin piece of plastic to act as a mud guard to solve the problem.

I ordered the locking cables as well. They work but it is a very thin cable that could be cut through with ease. Then again they do work for what they are intended for which is to allow me to go in to eat or pay for gas with a little bit of peace of mind.

The only real gripe I have is the straps really don't have a good way to secure the extra length after you tighten them down which leads to straps flapping in the wind and beginning to fray. Also the smaller straps are a real pain to tighten or loosen.

Overall though I'm very satisfied with the purchase. Beats the hell out of hard panniers for offroading but still lockable to keep honest people honest.
Overall rating
4 out of 5
Works well and seems to hold up well 2,000 miles approximatley. Ive dropped the bike a few times with them on and no tears or even worn places on fabric.

Bags are very water resistant and with the dry bags inside no worries at all even when washing off bike and bags at carwash. It is a bit of a pain to get all the mud off of the bags where the tire tends to sling mud up. Could probably mount a thin piece of plastic to act as a mud guard to solve the problem.

I ordered the locking cables as well. They work but it is a very thin cable that could be cut through with ease. Then again they do work for what they are intended for which is to allow me to go in to eat or pay for gas with a little bit of peace of mind.

The only real gripe I have is the straps really don't have a good way to secure the extra length after you tighten them down which leads to straps flapping in the wind and beginning to fray. Also the smaller straps are a real pain to tighten or loosen.

Overall though I'm very satisfied with the purchase. Beats the hell out of hard panniers for offroading but still lockable to keep honest people honest. (Posted on 05/06/2016)
Going soft: Less is more and size does matter! Review by Two Wheeled Nomad
Going soft: Less is more and size does matter!" by , written on 16 May 2016
New aspirations
So why have we gone soft in our old age when aluminium panniers would have prevented the aforementioned pannier explosion? A few good reasons really. Allow me to explain, not without gusto. During extensive research around the best bags on the market for our evolving needs, one can’t help but come across Walter Colebatch, world motorcyclist explorer who errs on finding hardcore routes in remote wildernesses. Pioneering the British-made Magadan MK2s with the one-stop motorcycle shop Adventure-Spec, he employed an impressive material that hits the jackpot for being waterproof, slash-proof and abrasion resistant, and with which the finished article can be made secure. Certainly checked a lot of my boxes from the outset—hoping they would stay ticked on the road.

Walter Colebatch’s motivations:
“Most of you know the idea…Hard boxes are clearly not suited to the type of travel I am doing. The more off road your travels are, the more you need soft luggage rather than hard luggage. But existing soft luggage doesn’t do the job. No one in the soft luggage business seems to know what adventure travellers actually need when it comes to transcontinental or RTW journeys. In my experience, the bags of canvas are not water resistant, nor are they abrasion resistant, and they have no security. Plastic roll bags are too small, not low enough, have little to no abrasion resistance and no security. Having tried pretty much everything out there and still frustrated by the shortage of features, I decided to build a set for myself.”

Installation and customer service
The install was speedy, straightforward and executed without a trace of fuss. The bags slotted onto the rack previously used for my hard panniers (usefully keeping the bags safely away from the side panels, wheels and exhaust), with Velcro top straps to support them over the rear seat of the bike. (The bags are designed to work with any traditional 'hooped' racks such as those from Metal Mule units or Touratech, although the bags can accommodate many other brands of racks for hard luggage: suitable if the bars on which the boxes rest are flat, you should be fine. If in doubt enquire via email with a picture and Adventure-Spec will confirm.)

Stabilising each of the bags with a tension strap (not included) stops any shifting, flapping or sagging while riding. Pleased with the fit and finish, the panniers looked fit-for-purpose in preparation to transport our equipment on the second leg of our two-wheel jaunt to the top of the planet. Should anything wear out, it’s good to know that field serviceability can be undertaken if the buckles get damaged. Alternatively, replacements can be ordered and shipped, or company repairs made. Firsthand experience shows that Adventure-Spec willingly ship internationally where the after-sales service has always been managed efficiently and effectively.

Weight and sanity: a positive correlation
Despite the many and valid arguments for hard panniers, the pair of us have grown weary of pumping iron on a gruelling basis to keep up with the muscle mass required in picking up the GSs. Instead–and swopping the bikes for lighter models will be the next natural step in the process–Jason and I agreed that it was high time we shaved a load off. Struggling with 530lb (240 kilograms) of F800GS laden with luggage and marginally less on mine, an F650GS: enough to give anyone a hernia and a joyless endeavour at altitude, in sand, on cambers, and let’s face it, wherever when the bike topples. Simply, when off road the saddlebags come into their own.

Construction
Like any luggage, backpack, motorcycling suits and other performance apparel or military wear worth its salt, the incorporation of Cordura will be present. Known for its durability and resistance to abrasion, tearing and scuffing, its reputation precedes it. Where my current motorcycle suit enjoys 500 denier Cordura, the Magadans boast 1000 denier. Coupled with Kevlar / Twaron fabric makes them twice as thick and myriad times as strong respectively—their integrity would doubtless be unaffected if not practically immune in sliding down the highway. Perhaps the toughest solution on the market with regards to an endless supply of ruggedness and longevity. The straps on the MK2s have been redesigned and the buckles are supersized, giving further peace of mind to the bag’s endurance over a long life span.

Storage
Many might disagree but for me, the larger hard panniers promote over-packing and place unnecessary strain on my bike’s stock suspension. The 35-litre capacity of the saddlebags may have forced me to take less—sure, I’ve had to be strategic in my travel ensemble—but at least they alleviate the stress of having to art-precision pack each day with the volume I was carrying before. Always a joyless endeavour. Thoughtful details added include two outside adjustable pockets on the front and same on the back of the expandable bags: ideal for carrying a 24oz bottle / flask in the former and smaller items such as hat, winter or summer riding gloves, neck buff, batteries, charger and a multi-tool in the latter.

The transitional period
Some people enjoy the sizable 45-litre pannier system, others don’t need side luggage at all and somehow manage to stow everything on the back. That’s different riders and riding disciplines for you. As someone that’s somewhere in the middle—I’m not down to the clothes on my back just yet although perhaps err on the off road routes more than the asphalt.

Consequently we underwent a significant overhaul of our gear after 20-months on the road, we replenished if not refreshed virtually everything; most of which had expired after nearly two-year’s constant usage. If not battered to oblivion, courtesy of the vibrations from uneven road surfaces against 2mm-thick aluminium through 17 countries and over thousands of miles. Great! It only took us 608 days to learn those ‘hard’ lessons on the road.

In keeping with ‘Less is more and size does matter’ and congruent to Walter’s logic “The bigger the bags are, the more weight you can get down low, and the smaller your back bag needs to be”—we swopped a 90-litre roll bag for a 60-litre one. The resultant outcome hasn’t resulted in forfeiting anything we actually need but indeed, oodles that I wanted. Suck it up, buttercup.

First impressions
Having made some inroads into hurling as much abuse as possible at the MK2s over the last 5-months, they’ve been subjected to wear and tear on an almost daily basis. Riding all day in the saddle through cactus-laden desert in California, up to 7,000 feet in Arizona’s mountainous regions, through the Canyonlands of Utah and into the ice-cold climes of Colorado. A month on the Baja Peninsula’s trails in dry, sand- and wind-blasting conditions, through Kanab’s sleeting snow and downpours that froze on impact to Flagstaff, as far north as Alaska. Put further through their paces in: Death Valley’s thick gravelly washes and over skull-jarring corrugations, where the bags remained unaffected in temperatures from below freezing through BC and Yukon in Canada’s springtime to a searing 103F at Furnace Creek, concluded my initial appraisal. So far, so very good.

Waterproofing
Without question, the MK2s have effortlessly weather-sealed our belongings. Period. And no gnawing doubt ever surfaced on the emergence of heavy downpours or water crossings. (That said, I still kept everything inside free of moisture in dry bags.) Two removable, heavy-duty buttercup yellow dry bag liners (included) give rise to the aforementioned peace of mind. Sealed at the opening with industrial-strength Velcro, and rolled down a couple of times, my belongings protected inside remain as waterproofed and dust-free as they did in the former foam rubber-lined boxes. It’s a joy to report that the weatherproofing of the saddlebags continues to perform admirably after hours of rain lashing down on them, leaving our contents bone-dry and sanity levels intact.

Security
Perhaps the biggest challenge of all: security of soft luggage. Where most saddlebag solutions are lacking in deterring the odd opportunist, the Magadan MK2s are lockable. Employing devices such as the Pacsafe Wrapsafe Anti-theft Adjustable Cable Lock or Lifeventure Sliding Cable Lock (neither included) for instance, not only secures the bags but locks the bags to the luggage rack as well. The cable subtly routes through various heavy-duty loops on the front and back, firmly holding it to the bag, giving rise to Walter’s intended solution of “the first motorcycle soft bags that actually offer some sort of security and lockability.” However, a determined enough thief might still get in them, but I think the right implement in the hands of the wrong person, they could do the exact same with hard panniers too.

Likely the cable locking system is enough to deter most unsavoury types out there, but what’s to stop them gliding a knife into the hot butter of your contents? The bags are also slash-proof. An internal wire mesh was brought into consideration during the R&D process, although sandwiching a layer of Kevlar / Twaron into the construction was actually incorporated. Remarkably challenging to cut, the same materials are used in UK police officer’s stab-proof and bulletproof vests where the resultant puncture resistance further heightens the robustness of the bags.

Living with the panniers
The dry bag liner’s vibrant colour facilitates easy access to stuff, as opposed to rummaging in a black one for instance. Ideal when you need to grab something quickly on the road, add a layer or remove one. The liner can be removed easily and taken into your accommodation without any fuss; heaven sent as opposed to dragging a water-logged bag dripping with mud into your tent or hotel. Dependent on how full-to-capacity the bag liner is, for me, it’s easier to slide it into the saddlebag first, and then load up with my luggage items.

My inner-hoarder that was previously carrying excessive clothing, toiletries and a small library (having resisted becoming a Kindle convert) is now a glorious thing of the past. I’ve had to be mindful in my packing by stashing the breakables in my tank bag or the roll bag on the back; a red wine explosion, toothpaste rupture or cracked laptop when the bike tips over would be about as fun as a funeral. Padded organisers, lightweight garment mesh bags and thin dry bags (with terrific tear-strength) have proved priceless; the alternative being to rummage for the needle-in-a-big-inner-bag haystack.

In the event of a low-speed “offy” or on crash impact, my legs are far less likely to buckle under the hammering of saddlebags falling on top of them. While the width and sturdiness of hard boxes can save damage to the motorcycle and harm to the limbs—having trapped my legs beneath hard panniers and jumping back in the saddle unscathed—I’ve known several unfortunate individuals whose legs have come a cropper and been crushed because of the way they’ve fallen beneath their bike’s metal panniers.

I’m free of worrying about whether my side luggage has sufficient flex to facilitate the absorption of energy created from the bike hitting the ground to the pannier. Namely the softness of saddlebags affords an easy transfer of energy from any crash impact to be absorbed by the bags, rather than something else. A cracked sub-frame for instance. Hence, the deadening vibration is far better managed through the bags, no longer killing my electronics over washboard corrugations to boot. I’ve also escaped the hassle of field repairs in bashing out any dents and dings with brute force: as incurred fairly frequently throughout the gravel roads of South America—leaving one of them no longer rainproof.

Moreover, neither do rocks, stones, poles and anything else with the potential to catch on the flat front face of hard panniers overly concern me. The MK2s are far less likely to throw my motorcycle and me off course, nor break away from the rack. Neither is there any stress incurred over destroying the metal brackets or bending if not breaking the affixing screws as I don’t have any. Coupled with the laminated and embroidered reflective detailing on the front and sides that project excellent visibility at night in the oncoming headlights, further add to the saddlebags’ protection from danger, risk or injury.

Conclusion
Over 8,000 miles of: washboard corrugations, gravel, sand, dirt, mud and water crossings, the MK2s are sensational. They perform effectively in snow and ice as they do in the blistering heat, at 7,000 feet or -282 below sea level. I appreciate their Herculean strength, simple operation and weatherproofing; they do exactly what soft panniers are supposed to do.

Granted, while I’ve yet to test the luggage system’s adventure-proof qualities over a period of years, there’s no denying: they are significantly lighter, which is jubilant for us and even more joyful on the bikes’ suspensions. Ultimately, they make a lot more sense off road, not just because of shaved weight but for anywhere that involves: squeezing through tight spaces, negotiating the bike around and in between trees, down a narrow trail or brushing up against something that could fetch me off. Lane splitting is a joyful proposition, when it’s legal, not to mention the enjoyment brought by greater cornering clearance on the road.

The MK2s are practical, not pretty. Yet they’re fully featured and robust to the extreme where a strong sneaking suspicion tells me these bad boys are built for the long haul. Perfect for wilderness-seeking motorcyclists, I'd unreservedly recommend the bags to anyone wanting soft luggage and value for money from their hard-earned moolah. Experience of the panniers has already shown me that they are the SAS of soft luggage, impervious to the elements and contents within which are easily accessible on the roadside. Coupled with an affordable price tag, makes for a glorious set of credentials. And let’s face it, for serious off road use you’re never going to wish for heavier luggage.

Pros
• Exceptionally well suited to uneven terrain with phenomenal performance off road.
• Superb construction and materials throughout.
• 100 per cent weather-sealed.
• Competitively priced and more affordable on average than metal luggage.
• Lockable.
• Shock absorbent on a crash impact.
• Noticeably lighter than hard luggage.
• Affix well to the motorcycle.
• Rectangular block shape with low profile maximises stowing capacity.

Cons
• Less secure than hard luggage.

Specifications
• One set of panniers: 4.35kg
• Width 200mm x Length 360mm x Height (variable) 360mm.
• The two pockets on the bags are as follows:
- Pocket 1 circumference : 440mm with an attachment strip of 130mm and a top flap.
- Pocket 2 circumference: 290mm with an attachment strip of 90mm and no top flap.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
New aspirations
So why have we gone soft in our old age when aluminium panniers would have prevented the aforementioned pannier explosion? A few good reasons really. Allow me to explain, not without gusto. During extensive research around the best bags on the market for our evolving needs, one can’t help but come across Walter Colebatch, world motorcyclist explorer who errs on finding hardcore routes in remote wildernesses. Pioneering the British-made Magadan MK2s with the one-stop motorcycle shop Adventure-Spec, he employed an impressive material that hits the jackpot for being waterproof, slash-proof and abrasion resistant, and with which the finished article can be made secure. Certainly checked a lot of my boxes from the outset—hoping they would stay ticked on the road.

Walter Colebatch’s motivations:
“Most of you know the idea…Hard boxes are clearly not suited to the type of travel I am doing. The more off road your travels are, the more you need soft luggage rather than hard luggage. But existing soft luggage doesn’t do the job. No one in the soft luggage business seems to know what adventure travellers actually need when it comes to transcontinental or RTW journeys. In my experience, the bags of canvas are not water resistant, nor are they abrasion resistant, and they have no security. Plastic roll bags are too small, not low enough, have little to no abrasion resistance and no security. Having tried pretty much everything out there and still frustrated by the shortage of features, I decided to build a set for myself.”

Installation and customer service
The install was speedy, straightforward and executed without a trace of fuss. The bags slotted onto the rack previously used for my hard panniers (usefully keeping the bags safely away from the side panels, wheels and exhaust), with Velcro top straps to support them over the rear seat of the bike. (The bags are designed to work with any traditional 'hooped' racks such as those from Metal Mule units or Touratech, although the bags can accommodate many other brands of racks for hard luggage: suitable if the bars on which the boxes rest are flat, you should be fine. If in doubt enquire via email with a picture and Adventure-Spec will confirm.)

Stabilising each of the bags with a tension strap (not included) stops any shifting, flapping or sagging while riding. Pleased with the fit and finish, the panniers looked fit-for-purpose in preparation to transport our equipment on the second leg of our two-wheel jaunt to the top of the planet. Should anything wear out, it’s good to know that field serviceability can be undertaken if the buckles get damaged. Alternatively, replacements can be ordered and shipped, or company repairs made. Firsthand experience shows that Adventure-Spec willingly ship internationally where the after-sales service has always been managed efficiently and effectively.

Weight and sanity: a positive correlation
Despite the many and valid arguments for hard panniers, the pair of us have grown weary of pumping iron on a gruelling basis to keep up with the muscle mass required in picking up the GSs. Instead–and swopping the bikes for lighter models will be the next natural step in the process–Jason and I agreed that it was high time we shaved a load off. Struggling with 530lb (240 kilograms) of F800GS laden with luggage and marginally less on mine, an F650GS: enough to give anyone a hernia and a joyless endeavour at altitude, in sand, on cambers, and let’s face it, wherever when the bike topples. Simply, when off road the saddlebags come into their own.

Construction
Like any luggage, backpack, motorcycling suits and other performance apparel or military wear worth its salt, the incorporation of Cordura will be present. Known for its durability and resistance to abrasion, tearing and scuffing, its reputation precedes it. Where my current motorcycle suit enjoys 500 denier Cordura, the Magadans boast 1000 denier. Coupled with Kevlar / Twaron fabric makes them twice as thick and myriad times as strong respectively—their integrity would doubtless be unaffected if not practically immune in sliding down the highway. Perhaps the toughest solution on the market with regards to an endless supply of ruggedness and longevity. The straps on the MK2s have been redesigned and the buckles are supersized, giving further peace of mind to the bag’s endurance over a long life span.

Storage
Many might disagree but for me, the larger hard panniers promote over-packing and place unnecessary strain on my bike’s stock suspension. The 35-litre capacity of the saddlebags may have forced me to take less—sure, I’ve had to be strategic in my travel ensemble—but at least they alleviate the stress of having to art-precision pack each day with the volume I was carrying before. Always a joyless endeavour. Thoughtful details added include two outside adjustable pockets on the front and same on the back of the expandable bags: ideal for carrying a 24oz bottle / flask in the former and smaller items such as hat, winter or summer riding gloves, neck buff, batteries, charger and a multi-tool in the latter.

The transitional period
Some people enjoy the sizable 45-litre pannier system, others don’t need side luggage at all and somehow manage to stow everything on the back. That’s different riders and riding disciplines for you. As someone that’s somewhere in the middle—I’m not down to the clothes on my back just yet although perhaps err on the off road routes more than the asphalt.

Consequently we underwent a significant overhaul of our gear after 20-months on the road, we replenished if not refreshed virtually everything; most of which had expired after nearly two-year’s constant usage. If not battered to oblivion, courtesy of the vibrations from uneven road surfaces against 2mm-thick aluminium through 17 countries and over thousands of miles. Great! It only took us 608 days to learn those ‘hard’ lessons on the road.

In keeping with ‘Less is more and size does matter’ and congruent to Walter’s logic “The bigger the bags are, the more weight you can get down low, and the smaller your back bag needs to be”—we swopped a 90-litre roll bag for a 60-litre one. The resultant outcome hasn’t resulted in forfeiting anything we actually need but indeed, oodles that I wanted. Suck it up, buttercup.

First impressions
Having made some inroads into hurling as much abuse as possible at the MK2s over the last 5-months, they’ve been subjected to wear and tear on an almost daily basis. Riding all day in the saddle through cactus-laden desert in California, up to 7,000 feet in Arizona’s mountainous regions, through the Canyonlands of Utah and into the ice-cold climes of Colorado. A month on the Baja Peninsula’s trails in dry, sand- and wind-blasting conditions, through Kanab’s sleeting snow and downpours that froze on impact to Flagstaff, as far north as Alaska. Put further through their paces in: Death Valley’s thick gravelly washes and over skull-jarring corrugations, where the bags remained unaffected in temperatures from below freezing through BC and Yukon in Canada’s springtime to a searing 103F at Furnace Creek, concluded my initial appraisal. So far, so very good.

Waterproofing
Without question, the MK2s have effortlessly weather-sealed our belongings. Period. And no gnawing doubt ever surfaced on the emergence of heavy downpours or water crossings. (That said, I still kept everything inside free of moisture in dry bags.) Two removable, heavy-duty buttercup yellow dry bag liners (included) give rise to the aforementioned peace of mind. Sealed at the opening with industrial-strength Velcro, and rolled down a couple of times, my belongings protected inside remain as waterproofed and dust-free as they did in the former foam rubber-lined boxes. It’s a joy to report that the weatherproofing of the saddlebags continues to perform admirably after hours of rain lashing down on them, leaving our contents bone-dry and sanity levels intact.

Security
Perhaps the biggest challenge of all: security of soft luggage. Where most saddlebag solutions are lacking in deterring the odd opportunist, the Magadan MK2s are lockable. Employing devices such as the Pacsafe Wrapsafe Anti-theft Adjustable Cable Lock or Lifeventure Sliding Cable Lock (neither included) for instance, not only secures the bags but locks the bags to the luggage rack as well. The cable subtly routes through various heavy-duty loops on the front and back, firmly holding it to the bag, giving rise to Walter’s intended solution of “the first motorcycle soft bags that actually offer some sort of security and lockability.” However, a determined enough thief might still get in them, but I think the right implement in the hands of the wrong person, they could do the exact same with hard panniers too.

Likely the cable locking system is enough to deter most unsavoury types out there, but what’s to stop them gliding a knife into the hot butter of your contents? The bags are also slash-proof. An internal wire mesh was brought into consideration during the R&D process, although sandwiching a layer of Kevlar / Twaron into the construction was actually incorporated. Remarkably challenging to cut, the same materials are used in UK police officer’s stab-proof and bulletproof vests where the resultant puncture resistance further heightens the robustness of the bags.

Living with the panniers
The dry bag liner’s vibrant colour facilitates easy access to stuff, as opposed to rummaging in a black one for instance. Ideal when you need to grab something quickly on the road, add a layer or remove one. The liner can be removed easily and taken into your accommodation without any fuss; heaven sent as opposed to dragging a water-logged bag dripping with mud into your tent or hotel. Dependent on how full-to-capacity the bag liner is, for me, it’s easier to slide it into the saddlebag first, and then load up with my luggage items.

My inner-hoarder that was previously carrying excessive clothing, toiletries and a small library (having resisted becoming a Kindle convert) is now a glorious thing of the past. I’ve had to be mindful in my packing by stashing the breakables in my tank bag or the roll bag on the back; a red wine explosion, toothpaste rupture or cracked laptop when the bike tips over would be about as fun as a funeral. Padded organisers, lightweight garment mesh bags and thin dry bags (with terrific tear-strength) have proved priceless; the alternative being to rummage for the needle-in-a-big-inner-bag haystack.

In the event of a low-speed “offy” or on crash impact, my legs are far less likely to buckle under the hammering of saddlebags falling on top of them. While the width and sturdiness of hard boxes can save damage to the motorcycle and harm to the limbs—having trapped my legs beneath hard panniers and jumping back in the saddle unscathed—I’ve known several unfortunate individuals whose legs have come a cropper and been crushed because of the way they’ve fallen beneath their bike’s metal panniers.

I’m free of worrying about whether my side luggage has sufficient flex to facilitate the absorption of energy created from the bike hitting the ground to the pannier. Namely the softness of saddlebags affords an easy transfer of energy from any crash impact to be absorbed by the bags, rather than something else. A cracked sub-frame for instance. Hence, the deadening vibration is far better managed through the bags, no longer killing my electronics over washboard corrugations to boot. I’ve also escaped the hassle of field repairs in bashing out any dents and dings with brute force: as incurred fairly frequently throughout the gravel roads of South America—leaving one of them no longer rainproof.

Moreover, neither do rocks, stones, poles and anything else with the potential to catch on the flat front face of hard panniers overly concern me. The MK2s are far less likely to throw my motorcycle and me off course, nor break away from the rack. Neither is there any stress incurred over destroying the metal brackets or bending if not breaking the affixing screws as I don’t have any. Coupled with the laminated and embroidered reflective detailing on the front and sides that project excellent visibility at night in the oncoming headlights, further add to the saddlebags’ protection from danger, risk or injury.

Conclusion
Over 8,000 miles of: washboard corrugations, gravel, sand, dirt, mud and water crossings, the MK2s are sensational. They perform effectively in snow and ice as they do in the blistering heat, at 7,000 feet or -282 below sea level. I appreciate their Herculean strength, simple operation and weatherproofing; they do exactly what soft panniers are supposed to do.

Granted, while I’ve yet to test the luggage system’s adventure-proof qualities over a period of years, there’s no denying: they are significantly lighter, which is jubilant for us and even more joyful on the bikes’ suspensions. Ultimately, they make a lot more sense off road, not just because of shaved weight but for anywhere that involves: squeezing through tight spaces, negotiating the bike around and in between trees, down a narrow trail or brushing up against something that could fetch me off. Lane splitting is a joyful proposition, when it’s legal, not to mention the enjoyment brought by greater cornering clearance on the road.

The MK2s are practical, not pretty. Yet they’re fully featured and robust to the extreme where a strong sneaking suspicion tells me these bad boys are built for the long haul. Perfect for wilderness-seeking motorcyclists, I'd unreservedly recommend the bags to anyone wanting soft luggage and value for money from their hard-earned moolah. Experience of the panniers has already shown me that they are the SAS of soft luggage, impervious to the elements and contents within which are easily accessible on the roadside. Coupled with an affordable price tag, makes for a glorious set of credentials. And let’s face it, for serious off road use you’re never going to wish for heavier luggage.

Pros
• Exceptionally well suited to uneven terrain with phenomenal performance off road.
• Superb construction and materials throughout.
• 100 per cent weather-sealed.
• Competitively priced and more affordable on average than metal luggage.
• Lockable.
• Shock absorbent on a crash impact.
• Noticeably lighter than hard luggage.
• Affix well to the motorcycle.
• Rectangular block shape with low profile maximises stowing capacity.

Cons
• Less secure than hard luggage.

Specifications
• One set of panniers: 4.35kg
• Width 200mm x Length 360mm x Height (variable) 360mm.
• The two pockets on the bags are as follows:
- Pocket 1 circumference : 440mm with an attachment strip of 130mm and a top flap.
- Pocket 2 circumference: 290mm with an attachment strip of 90mm and no top flap. (Posted on 16/05/2016)
Great bags Review by BrawleyNeptune
Great bags" by , written on 1 May 2016
I bought these bags for a trip from the UK to Tajikistan and back, I covered around 25,000Km. The bags were great and handled multiple offs without an issue. They are fully waterproof and nothing ever got wet with days sat in the rain or various river crossings! I also did a quick trip to Morocco with them where they took a beating! Sure its an expensive product but I expect them to last me a long long time! Recommended!
Overall rating
5 out of 5
I bought these bags for a trip from the UK to Tajikistan and back, I covered around 25,000Km. The bags were great and handled multiple offs without an issue. They are fully waterproof and nothing ever got wet with days sat in the rain or various river crossings! I also did a quick trip to Morocco with them where they took a beating! Sure its an expensive product but I expect them to last me a long long time! Recommended! (Posted on 01/05/2016)
A well thought out excellent product I recommend. Review by Happy
A well thought out excellent product I recommend. " by , written on 28 March 2016
I have just got back from my first long weekend camping trip using the Magadan panniers and I rate them very highly. Initial set up on the bike takes a while as you need to thread the tie straps around the luggage rack frame and position the buckle system but once this is done they are all set to go. They are very easy to use and pack with the roll top design and the updated yellow inner dry bag eliminates the "black hole" of black liners when you are looking for items.
The size is perfect and they hold everything I normally get in my origional BMW R100 hard plastic cases and a bit more if you extend the tops right up to one roll before closing.
I was tossing up buying aloy cases and Imwent along to see Lyndon Poskitt's talk on his world travels where he had Basil his bike on display with the Magadan panniers fitted this, along with my friend having bad ankle injury when his foot got caught under his alloy pannier made my mind up to go with the soft bag option.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
I have just got back from my first long weekend camping trip using the Magadan panniers and I rate them very highly. Initial set up on the bike takes a while as you need to thread the tie straps around the luggage rack frame and position the buckle system but once this is done they are all set to go. They are very easy to use and pack with the roll top design and the updated yellow inner dry bag eliminates the "black hole" of black liners when you are looking for items.
The size is perfect and they hold everything I normally get in my origional BMW R100 hard plastic cases and a bit more if you extend the tops right up to one roll before closing.
I was tossing up buying aloy cases and Imwent along to see Lyndon Poskitt's talk on his world travels where he had Basil his bike on display with the Magadan panniers fitted this, along with my friend having bad ankle injury when his foot got caught under his alloy pannier made my mind up to go with the soft bag option.
(Posted on 28/03/2016)
Very good bags! Review by Mike
Very good bags!" by , written on 30 April 2015
I've had these bags for a couple of years now and I have been very impressed. They are BOMBPROOF. Dump the bike? no worries about the bags, Hit some trees and or a barb wire fence? What evs.... I can say the Magadans are more reliable than my bike. It is one thing I don't worry about when traveling. I know these things are stout. I travel and commute with my 690 Enduro so the bags get used on a daily basis. That means hauling things I need for the road on a trip or just getting random stuff from the grocery store on the way home from work. They are also designed from the ground up as a dual sport/ADV product and this shows when you go to use them. There are pockets for things used often and security for your valuables that you may only need a couple of times a day.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
I've had these bags for a couple of years now and I have been very impressed. They are BOMBPROOF. Dump the bike? no worries about the bags, Hit some trees and or a barb wire fence? What evs.... I can say the Magadans are more reliable than my bike. It is one thing I don't worry about when traveling. I know these things are stout. I travel and commute with my 690 Enduro so the bags get used on a daily basis. That means hauling things I need for the road on a trip or just getting random stuff from the grocery store on the way home from work. They are also designed from the ground up as a dual sport/ADV product and this shows when you go to use them. There are pockets for things used often and security for your valuables that you may only need a couple of times a day. (Posted on 30/04/2015)
Very robust stuff Review by Pavel
Very robust stuff" by , written on 31 January 2015
High satisfaction in cold and rainy Scotland. Everything remains dry. I called them "no care panniers" after I saw other rider checking his plastic cases over and over. GOOD Work!!! Little cons: Free strap ends tend to fly so I roll and fix them to bag.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
High satisfaction in cold and rainy Scotland. Everything remains dry. I called them "no care panniers" after I saw other rider checking his plastic cases over and over. GOOD Work!!! Little cons: Free strap ends tend to fly so I roll and fix them to bag. (Posted on 31/01/2015)
For me, the best softs out there Review by Chris Scott
For me, the best softs out there" by , written on 8 August 2014
It’s no secret I was a fan of the Mk1 Mags which I regretted selling with my bike last year. The Mk IIs have addressed the one flaw I mentioned about attachment points on the lower corners. The metal rings look thin, but better they bend off than the fabric rips. I’ve just done a London to Scotland trip with my loaded Mag IIs. Not a hardcore test (that comes later) but enough to sign off the newer versions as near perfect for my needs. Heavy downpours over the border - all was dry, as expected. Best of all I like the big outer pockets - so handy to get to stuff without disturbing the main bag.
The new attach rings mean a secure fitting for a regular road ride without the need the full cross strap set up. Other than that, it’s just a chunky, big-capacity throwover saddle bag. The velcro seat straps I’m warming to for adjustability. The new logo is cryptic enough and anyway, will soon lose its ice-white glow. I agree with Casper the inners feel a bit chunky but they will soften up and will last. I prefer to haul them out and leave the outers attached most of the time, so chunky is better. A lighter colour (like Kriega) is a great idea, though.
Too expensive? Afaik not compared to what else is out there at the same quality and volume. For a travel bike your baggage system is as key as a hiker’s backpack and will have the same rough use daily. I feel the simple but functional Mag IIs are up to it. Hats off to A Spec and Walter C.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
It’s no secret I was a fan of the Mk1 Mags which I regretted selling with my bike last year. The Mk IIs have addressed the one flaw I mentioned about attachment points on the lower corners. The metal rings look thin, but better they bend off than the fabric rips. I’ve just done a London to Scotland trip with my loaded Mag IIs. Not a hardcore test (that comes later) but enough to sign off the newer versions as near perfect for my needs. Heavy downpours over the border - all was dry, as expected. Best of all I like the big outer pockets - so handy to get to stuff without disturbing the main bag.
The new attach rings mean a secure fitting for a regular road ride without the need the full cross strap set up. Other than that, it’s just a chunky, big-capacity throwover saddle bag. The velcro seat straps I’m warming to for adjustability. The new logo is cryptic enough and anyway, will soon lose its ice-white glow. I agree with Casper the inners feel a bit chunky but they will soften up and will last. I prefer to haul them out and leave the outers attached most of the time, so chunky is better. A lighter colour (like Kriega) is a great idea, though.
Too expensive? Afaik not compared to what else is out there at the same quality and volume. For a travel bike your baggage system is as key as a hiker’s backpack and will have the same rough use daily. I feel the simple but functional Mag IIs are up to it. Hats off to A Spec and Walter C. (Posted on 08/08/2014)
Too expensive for the what one get. Review by Casper
Too expensive for the what one get." by , written on 15 June 2014
I was supposed to be a soft luggage convert, but I am not sure that the Magadan mk2. is the product which will make that happen.

***Adventure Spec Comments***

This product have a number of issues which makes it very difficult to like them:

- the "small" outside pockets will only take an 1.5 liter bottle and smaller, in many places water somes in 0.5, 1.0 and 2.0 liter bottles, and 2l being the cheapest.
***The outer pockets were designed for fuel bottles (usually upto 1.5 Litres as shown in the sales images) or smaller personal water bottles***

- the bags a closed with velcro, the issue with this is that they have decided to place the velcro so that when opened the "active" part of the velcro faced outside. If one is wearing a synthetic shirt that will be ripped to pieces it it touches the velco.
***Understood and a good point, I will pass the information onto Walter***

- I personally feel that at that price the logo should not be bigger than a dime (I'm not interested in doing free advertisement).
***There isn't much we can say about this as it is very much personal preference, some poeple love the logo!***

- the outer fabric might survive a fall on dirt, but not on asphalt, after a very low speed spill a few weeks ago mine now have random holes in the outer skin.
***There is very little fabric that withstand the weight of a 200+kg bike sliding down tarmac on top of it, But, we note that the sandwiched inner stab/slash proof layer remained intact***

- the inner bags are made of too thick material, and they are "black" which really helps when one have to find things in them - too cumbersome to use - to replace them with either Ortlieb or Sea To Summit bags is the only solution (additional cost)
***A personal obeservation, I use the bags myself and don't find these thngs a problem, but again I will pass the information onto Waler***

- at the price the over the seat straps could have been made in a more useful fashion....
***Please let us know more about what you mean by 'useful' for example, how do they not function how you would like?***

- one have to purchase at additional cost one (horizontal) and possible (vertical) straps to keep them in place on the bike.
***True. We could add the straps and increase the pirce of the bags, but many people already have starps and don't want to be forced to buy more***

- the straps over the seat could have been better thought through ...
***As above, please let us know more about what you mean by 'useful' for example, how do they not function how you would like?***

All in all there is nothing wrong with the bags, but at this price range there is everything wrong with them.

Overall rating
2 out of 5
I was supposed to be a soft luggage convert, but I am not sure that the Magadan mk2. is the product which will make that happen.

***Adventure Spec Comments***

This product have a number of issues which makes it very difficult to like them:

- the "small" outside pockets will only take an 1.5 liter bottle and smaller, in many places water somes in 0.5, 1.0 and 2.0 liter bottles, and 2l being the cheapest.
***The outer pockets were designed for fuel bottles (usually upto 1.5 Litres as shown in the sales images) or smaller personal water bottles***

- the bags a closed with velcro, the issue with this is that they have decided to place the velcro so that when opened the "active" part of the velcro faced outside. If one is wearing a synthetic shirt that will be ripped to pieces it it touches the velco.
***Understood and a good point, I will pass the information onto Walter***

- I personally feel that at that price the logo should not be bigger than a dime (I'm not interested in doing free advertisement).
***There isn't much we can say about this as it is very much personal preference, some poeple love the logo!***

- the outer fabric might survive a fall on dirt, but not on asphalt, after a very low speed spill a few weeks ago mine now have random holes in the outer skin.
***There is very little fabric that withstand the weight of a 200+kg bike sliding down tarmac on top of it, But, we note that the sandwiched inner stab/slash proof layer remained intact***

- the inner bags are made of too thick material, and they are "black" which really helps when one have to find things in them - too cumbersome to use - to replace them with either Ortlieb or Sea To Summit bags is the only solution (additional cost)
***A personal obeservation, I use the bags myself and don't find these thngs a problem, but again I will pass the information onto Waler***

- at the price the over the seat straps could have been made in a more useful fashion....
***Please let us know more about what you mean by 'useful' for example, how do they not function how you would like?***

- one have to purchase at additional cost one (horizontal) and possible (vertical) straps to keep them in place on the bike.
***True. We could add the straps and increase the pirce of the bags, but many people already have starps and don't want to be forced to buy more***

- the straps over the seat could have been better thought through ...
***As above, please let us know more about what you mean by 'useful' for example, how do they not function how you would like?***

All in all there is nothing wrong with the bags, but at this price range there is everything wrong with them.

(Posted on 15/06/2014)
Almost Perfect Review by Tim
Almost Perfect" by , written on 18 March 2014
My panniers arrived here in Canada very quickly. Most impressed with the quality and design. The added MK2 D rings allow me to locate the bags on my racks with flexible straps to keep them positioned.
Only way to improve the package is to have made the dry bags just slightly smaller to allow them to be removed easier. Tapering the panniers like the Wolfman,s to allow dry bag removal when loaded would have made them a 5 star .


Overall rating
4 out of 5
My panniers arrived here in Canada very quickly. Most impressed with the quality and design. The added MK2 D rings allow me to locate the bags on my racks with flexible straps to keep them positioned.
Only way to improve the package is to have made the dry bags just slightly smaller to allow them to be removed easier. Tapering the panniers like the Wolfman,s to allow dry bag removal when loaded would have made them a 5 star .


(Posted on 18/03/2014)
Outside Bags Great, Inner Liners Crap. Review by Oscar
Outside Bags Great, Inner Liners Crap." by , written on 13 December 2013
I bought them for my 690 E

1) Big Enough: They fit all my camping gear, clothes, spare tubes and tools
2) Tough: A Truck rubbed its tire one of the bags on a tight road, it didn't even left a mark, also rode in the rain for hours nothing leaked.
3) Practical: I could carry extra gas on the outside pockets.

Not everything was perfect though the liner bags are crap.

First detail is that the velcro on the inside liner wasn't sewn correctly, for sure it will come undone after a few uses.

Other thing I didn't like is that I just couldn't take the liners out of the bags with out taking the contents out. They don't slide out as advertised. One day after riding all day in rain and mud, It was easier to take the whole bags out of the bike and into the room, Of course the hotel staff wasn't amused with my muddy Luggage.

The roll closure on the liner takes too much space. Mayby I'll try carrying my stuff in plastic bags or dry bags of another sort.
Overall rating
4 out of 5
I bought them for my 690 E

1) Big Enough: They fit all my camping gear, clothes, spare tubes and tools
2) Tough: A Truck rubbed its tire one of the bags on a tight road, it didn't even left a mark, also rode in the rain for hours nothing leaked.
3) Practical: I could carry extra gas on the outside pockets.

Not everything was perfect though the liner bags are crap.

First detail is that the velcro on the inside liner wasn't sewn correctly, for sure it will come undone after a few uses.

Other thing I didn't like is that I just couldn't take the liners out of the bags with out taking the contents out. They don't slide out as advertised. One day after riding all day in rain and mud, It was easier to take the whole bags out of the bike and into the room, Of course the hotel staff wasn't amused with my muddy Luggage.

The roll closure on the liner takes too much space. Mayby I'll try carrying my stuff in plastic bags or dry bags of another sort. (Posted on 13/12/2013)
No Hard Panniers! Review by Kelly
No Hard Panniers!" by , written on 28 May 2013
I just returned from a quick trip around Western Wyoming with my new Magadan panniers. And I am very pleased with them. The roads were quite muddy at times and my 950 spent a lot of time on its side- sometimes on purpose dragging it back onto the road, and sometimes sliding down the slick muddy road. I hat to think what my Touratech aluminum panniers would have looked like!
Overall rating
5 out of 5
I just returned from a quick trip around Western Wyoming with my new Magadan panniers. And I am very pleased with them. The roads were quite muddy at times and my 950 spent a lot of time on its side- sometimes on purpose dragging it back onto the road, and sometimes sliding down the slick muddy road. I hat to think what my Touratech aluminum panniers would have looked like! (Posted on 28/05/2013)
Chris Scott Reivew!!! Review by Chris Scott
Chris Scott Reivew!!!" by , written on 27 May 2013
**Adventure Spec Comment **

WOW! Check this recent review by The Adventure Motorcycle Handbook writer and world reknowned adventure motorcyclist Chris Scott...

“Having used Zegaflex and Monsoon and Andyz and Oxford in recent years (as well as close inspection of other products and several others in the preceding decades), I've just come off a 3000-mile trip using AS Mags ... For my sort of riding and prefs they are the best thing out there... Walter really did think it through without any unnecessary flourishes. 'Security' is the main reason overland riders give for being put off soft bags, and only Mags attempt to address this, even if actual theft is rare the Pacsafe cables can help secure any soft bag.”
Overall rating
5 out of 5
**Adventure Spec Comment **

WOW! Check this recent review by The Adventure Motorcycle Handbook writer and world reknowned adventure motorcyclist Chris Scott...

“Having used Zegaflex and Monsoon and Andyz and Oxford in recent years (as well as close inspection of other products and several others in the preceding decades), I've just come off a 3000-mile trip using AS Mags ... For my sort of riding and prefs they are the best thing out there... Walter really did think it through without any unnecessary flourishes. 'Security' is the main reason overland riders give for being put off soft bags, and only Mags attempt to address this, even if actual theft is rare the Pacsafe cables can help secure any soft bag.” (Posted on 27/05/2013)
Ticks the right boxes Review by PvtVoytek
Ticks the right boxes" by , written on 30 April 2013
Bit of a noob to touring in general never mind "overlanding" however I wanted soft panniers with reasonable capacity and a degree of security. Love these. Rear pockets take 2x 1.5l water bottles. Front will take 1x 500+ml can of drink or 2x 250ml cans and they won't fall out under normal circumstances. I used MasterLock python cable locks and they worked a treat. Money very well spent.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
Bit of a noob to touring in general never mind "overlanding" however I wanted soft panniers with reasonable capacity and a degree of security. Love these. Rear pockets take 2x 1.5l water bottles. Front will take 1x 500+ml can of drink or 2x 250ml cans and they won't fall out under normal circumstances. I used MasterLock python cable locks and they worked a treat. Money very well spent. (Posted on 30/04/2013)
***Great soft panniers*** Review by EtronX from Trans Sibir eXpedition 2012
***Great soft panniers***" by , written on 19 October 2012
I was lucky to get my hands on a set of the protorype Magadan panniers. When I got them they had already been used for two months on heavy duty off roading. They looked like new :-)

I used the panniers from Yakutsk, via the Old Summer Road, to Magadan. The first of Adventure-Spec Magadan panniers to actually get to Magadan :-) Crossing loads of rivers and iffy bridges. They did the job.

They sit low on the bike for stability. They take a fall or ten. No damage. I drowned the panniers in deep rivers. 100% water proof. If you have been on the Old Summer Road you know what I mean.

I can highly recomend these panniers for the serious offroader.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
I was lucky to get my hands on a set of the protorype Magadan panniers. When I got them they had already been used for two months on heavy duty off roading. They looked like new :-)

I used the panniers from Yakutsk, via the Old Summer Road, to Magadan. The first of Adventure-Spec Magadan panniers to actually get to Magadan :-) Crossing loads of rivers and iffy bridges. They did the job.

They sit low on the bike for stability. They take a fall or ten. No damage. I drowned the panniers in deep rivers. 100% water proof. If you have been on the Old Summer Road you know what I mean.

I can highly recomend these panniers for the serious offroader.
(Posted on 19/10/2012)
all you need Review by teebee
all you need" by , written on 11 October 2012
I,ve used andy straps bags before ,for hard adventurous trips,i,m afraid they are not in the same league .
Overall rating
5 out of 5
I,ve used andy straps bags before ,for hard adventurous trips,i,m afraid they are not in the same league . (Posted on 11/10/2012)
These are all you need Review by Tee bee
These are all you need" by , written on 11 October 2012
These and a small tank bag are all i took on a 3 mth ,14000 ml. trip around 10000 of which were on rock ,dirt and gravel tracks,hundreds of river crossings,and all day rain.
After a good wash they are as good as new.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
These and a small tank bag are all i took on a 3 mth ,14000 ml. trip around 10000 of which were on rock ,dirt and gravel tracks,hundreds of river crossings,and all day rain.
After a good wash they are as good as new.
(Posted on 11/10/2012)
Best on the Market Review by Harry
Best on the Market" by , written on 11 October 2012
Having used many of the assorted soft panniers on the market at various times in the last decade, and having always found too many deficiencies with them, I am pleased to see someone has got it right. Really tough bags, survived dozens of falls in Morocco. I never got to test the waterproofing, but the toughness of the bags is the best I have seen. The ability to lock them to the bike is awesome, and quite frankly, about time that soft bag makers addressed that issue. Five stars from me - someone actually knows what they are doing.
Overall rating
5 out of 5
Having used many of the assorted soft panniers on the market at various times in the last decade, and having always found too many deficiencies with them, I am pleased to see someone has got it right. Really tough bags, survived dozens of falls in Morocco. I never got to test the waterproofing, but the toughness of the bags is the best I have seen. The ability to lock them to the bike is awesome, and quite frankly, about time that soft bag makers addressed that issue. Five stars from me - someone actually knows what they are doing. (Posted on 11/10/2012)
Excellent Review by Bert
Excellent" by , written on 18 July 2012
Huge storage, removeable dry bags, 2 pockets large enough for the 2 litre oil bottles sold by TT and H.G, 2 other front pockets large enough to take 1 litre flexan bottles.(perfect to 'P' in at night!!
5 days of hellish thunderstorms and massive downpours without respite + 1 dunking in a small river crossing-d'uh! it happens-and just a bit of dampness at the top of the roll on outer bag.
Only mod I did was to add small straps to hold bags on my MM frames and a 'belt-and-braces extra supporting strap around each bag. Very happy- Well done Walter.
good kit and saving me 10.5 Kgs when I don;t use my MM 45 litre cases
Overall rating
4 out of 5
Huge storage, removeable dry bags, 2 pockets large enough for the 2 litre oil bottles sold by TT and H.G, 2 other front pockets large enough to take 1 litre flexan bottles.(perfect to 'P' in at night!!
5 days of hellish thunderstorms and massive downpours without respite + 1 dunking in a small river crossing-d'uh! it happens-and just a bit of dampness at the top of the roll on outer bag.
Only mod I did was to add small straps to hold bags on my MM frames and a 'belt-and-braces extra supporting strap around each bag. Very happy- Well done Walter.
good kit and saving me 10.5 Kgs when I don;t use my MM 45 litre cases
(Posted on 18/07/2012)
not developed....copied Review by Andy
not developed....copied" by , written on 21 May 2012
Another copy of my decade old design. Very flattering. But Cordura? It should peel open like a banana in a fall

**Adventure Spec Comment**

Development means to take an existing design and modify it in an attempt to improve it in some way. Although the face fabric of this product is Cordura it is backed by a Kevlar / Twaron fabric which not only makes it extremely tough, it also makes it stab and slash proof creating the worlds first secure soft pannier. This in addition to the ability to lock it to a bike using a proprietary cable lock system, but allow super fast removal of your packed kit by removal of (an included) dry bag is unlike any other product on the market today. Similar in concept to other designs, agreed. Similar in operation? Not if you want a soft pannier which is waterproof as standard, stab/slashproof and is something you can lock and leave on your bike. We think we are justified using the term 'developed'.
Overall rating
3 out of 5
Another copy of my decade old design. Very flattering. But Cordura? It should peel open like a banana in a fall

**Adventure Spec Comment**

Development means to take an existing design and modify it in an attempt to improve it in some way. Although the face fabric of this product is Cordura it is backed by a Kevlar / Twaron fabric which not only makes it extremely tough, it also makes it stab and slash proof creating the worlds first secure soft pannier. This in addition to the ability to lock it to a bike using a proprietary cable lock system, but allow super fast removal of your packed kit by removal of (an included) dry bag is unlike any other product on the market today. Similar in concept to other designs, agreed. Similar in operation? Not if you want a soft pannier which is waterproof as standard, stab/slashproof and is something you can lock and leave on your bike. We think we are justified using the term 'developed'. (Posted on 21/05/2012)

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