The Cortech Dryver Micro Tank Bag
may be one of the smallest tank bags on the market, but don't let that fool you, the Dryver Micro Tank Bag is still very handy. A lot of tank bags are big and bulky, interfering with your riding position or your view of the gauges. Someone who is just looking for a convenient place to stash their wallet, phone, iPod and camera doesn't need a full on touring bag. The Dryver Micro Tank bag is the perfect bag for quick in town trips, commuting, or even for longer trips if you simply prefer the smaller bag up front.
Convenient, low profile tank bag that easily carries small essential items.
1680 denier ballistic nylon outer shell.
Rubberized base helps to protect contact areas.
Capable of mounting with straps, magnets or a combination of both (mounting systems included).
Easy access main storage compartment and clear window media pocket.
600 denier Carbolex interior lining.
10"L x 5.5"W x 1.5"H
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Very Handy - Backfire MO
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Small Stays out of the Way
Cons: Not water proof
Bought this item basically to hold my garage door opener where I could access it easily. Also hold toll money and other small item you would need quick access to. At same time it's not a large tank bag that blocks vision to dash or interferes with handle bars. Back buckle pops open easily so you can refuel. Takes some time to install and adjust properly. Just remember if you use this for electronics cell phone or mp3 etc. and run into rain you'll need to remove them quickly.
Cortech Dryver Micro Tank Bag - anon AL
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Well made, good design, enough room for short ride essentials
Cons: Poor instructions, awkward safety strap
This bag appears to be well made and durable. Its just the right size for a wallet, keys, and cell phone. Zippers work smoothly and interior areas and the back are padded. The magnetic mounts provide plenty of staying power on my bike's metal tank, The bag doesn't move unless you want it to. The instructions were practically useless so I don't know if I attached the auxillary staps and safety strap correctly or not. A few pictures would have been helpful. All in all, a good value. I'm pleased I purchased it . The Cortech Micro was backordered for 2 months when I got mine but it was worh the wait.
too small - oilhead MI
Recommended by Reviewer: No
Pros: construction mounting hardware
Cons: too small
This tank bag was well manufactured with good mounting gear that would keep it in position. The size was the problem I was unable to fit a sunglass case inside. It was not as big as a jacket pocket
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To determine your proper glove size, measure from the saddle of your thumb and index finger across your hand. Measurements (in inches) should be at the widest point of your palm.
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Please use this chart as a guide only. Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.
For optimum fit and control, be sure the gloves fit snug. The manufacturer suggests the consideration of weight distribution, body proportion, and garment design when selecting a suitable size.
The sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit. However, we are happy to assist you with any needed exchanges.