FirstGear Laguna Mini Tank Bag

  • Constructed of heavy duty 1680D nylon and 1200D polyester with PVC and UV protection
  • Fully expandable main compartment
  • Maintains shape when empty
  • Magnetic or strap mount dual mounting base
  • Map pocket with clear view window
  • Mounting base can be removed an used as a map pocket
  • Non slip / non scratch mounting base
  • Exterior side pockets
  • Reflective piping
  • Carrying handle
  • Adjustable shoulder strap included
  • Built in rain cover included
  • Calculate tank bag size on your motorcycle video

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Sizing Information

  • Dimensions: 9.5”(L) x 12”(W) x 8”(H)
  • Expanded dimensions: 9.5”(L) x 12”(W) x 9.5”(H)
  • Map pocket dimensions: 8.5”(L) x 4”(W)

Our Two Cents

The FirstGear Laguna Mini Tank Bag is a compact bag ideal for things like gloves, eyewear, garage door opener, cell phone, water bottle, etc… The main compartment expands vertically, the interior is fully lined, this bag maintains it shape when empty, and the Carbon Fiber look panels complete the look of the exterior. The dual purpose mounting base functions in magnetic or strap mount applications. The mounting base is removable and can be used as a stand alone map pocket. The built in rain cover has it’s own storage pocket and an adjustable shoulder strap is included.

Note About The Mounting System: You will see this bag advertised by FirstGear and other retailers as having a mounting system that can be used in magnetic, strap mount, and suction cup modes. I was skeptical of how all these methods can be accomplished through one mounting base. Magnetic and strap mount checked out good, the suction cups are designed to attach to the magnets using a bolt and nut. Long story short, the bolt on the suction cup is to short, it would not make it far enough through the magnet to allow the nut to be properly secured. For this reason we do not acknowledge the “suction cup” mounting capabilities of this bag. Click on the “View Larger Pictures” link above to see corresponding photos to this note.

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