INTRODUCING THE GL ARMADILLO BAG!

By October 18, 2021October 19th, 2021bike packing, Deals, Dry Bags, Events, Fitment, Giant Loop Gear, New Product, News, Overland

Giant Loop brings it! Armadillo Bag pre-order — FIRST BATCH SHIPS NOVEMBER 22! PRE-ORDER NOW

The super rugged, lightweight, collapsible convenience of the Giant Loop Armadillo Bag Liquid Power Reservoir!

Named after the tough desert dwelling Armadillo (“little armored one”) that rolls into a ball to defend itself, rugged expedition-ready Armadillo Bags are designed for the safe temporary storage and transport of a broad range of essential automotive and powersports fluids. Employing a two-layer construction, Armadillo Bags feature an RF-welded inner bladder contained within and protected by a highly abrasion resistant sewn Cordura® outer sleeve. Webbing and rubber-molded handles provide easy anchors to hang the reservoirs while filling and installing the included pour spout, and to grip the bags while dispensing liquids. Webbing daisy chains run the length of Armadillo Bags to prevent them from sliding out from under tie-down straps. The included plastic pour spout conveniently stows away in a pocket on the outer sleeve. Each inner reservoir is individually pressurized and tested at the factory, and finished Armadillo Bags are subjected to multi-point random testing and inspections…

(Allowed usage depends on local laws, rules and regulations in the countries where Armadillo Bags are being used– click here for more information.)

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