Joe Rocket Space Pack 2.0

  • Wind/water resistant 1000D Nylon construction
  • Molded EVA clam shell helmet storage
  • Internal helmet sack with drawstring closure
  • Velcro adjustable mounting straps allow direct mounting to removable passenger seat or rear cowling
  • Fully expandable main compartment
  • Compression straps for securing cargo
  • Reflective stripe
  • Available in Black only

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Sizing Information

  • Dimensions: 13.00”(L) x 10.00”(W) x 10.00”(H)
  • Capacity 23 Liters

Our Two Cents

The Joe Rocket Space Pack 2.0 is a rear passenger seat mounting tail bag designed for carrying a helmet or other small items. With a helmet inside there is no room for anything else. Featuring an exterior EVA molded clamshell on top of the bag for for additional helmet protection, and an internal helmet sack attached to the interior of the bag to prevent scuffing. The main compartment is fully expandable and needs to be expanded to carry a full face helmet, there are also Two exterior compression straps for securing your cargo and keeping the bag stable at speeds. The criss cross design of the adjustable Velcro mounting straps allows this bag to be attached to removable rear passenger seats and luggage racks. This mounting system is ideal if you have a high mount or undertail exhaust. Click the “View Larger Pictures” link to see more.

Happy Customers Who Bought This Product

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From: Denis B.
Location: Arizona

Very happy with this item, had to do some messing about with the strap configuration due to it not being designed for a one piece seat but it fits fine. You can also see my Puig screen (from New Enough) in the shot. The Spacepack easily holds my H... (Read more...)

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From: Gary S.
Location: Arizona

The Joe Rocket tail and tank bags worked out great. Just what I need for a 1400 mile ride to the Grand Canyon and Monument Valley on a Hayabusa. Thanks New Enough!!!!! (Read more...)

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