Dakar Motorcycle Soft Pannier Saddle Bags KTM 950 / 990

R 6,440.00

Tough adventure motorcycle pannier bags for the KTM 950/990.

Only 1 left in stock

These custom soft pannier saddle bags from motorcycle luggage specialists SW Motech have been specifically designed for the terrain your KTM 950/990 revels in. Representing one of the finest dual sport adventure soft luggage systems currently available, they have been designed, tested and re-tested in a multitude of overland terrains both in South Africa and abroad. Click here to read more on these  solid, stable, rugged & lightweight soft pannier saddle bags.

Features of every SW Motech Dakar soft pannier saddle bags kit :

  • Tough 3 layer construction.
  • 1680 Ballistic-Nylon outer core (as used in bullet proof vests)..
  •  Unique semi-rigid ABS honeycomb core for easy packing and extra protection. Bags retain their shape for easy stuffing.
  • Waterproof Inner Bags for additional protection and convenience. This feature enables a rider to easily pre-pack his/her luggage into the removable waterproof bags and slide them into the saddle bags without having to remove the saddle bags from the bike.
  • Compact, light and easy to mount thanks to the unique SW Motech integrated bracket system.
  • Includes custom KTM 950/990 luggage pannier carriers for a perfect fit and optical integration.
  • Roll-top Velcro closure for dusty terrains. Totally Zipper free.
  • Daisy chains on outer edges of bags are perfect for securing additional items e.g. Desert Fox Fuel cell.
  • Triple stitched at all stress points.
  • Ideal for any pillions safety as it does not restrict movement or comfort.

Each kit includes:

2 Dakar Motorcycle soft pannier saddle bags.
2 removable waterproof inner bags.
Model specific pannier luggage carriers for the KTM 950 / 990/Adventure.
Volume: 32 liters per bag (64 liters total).
Size: 35 x 45 x 25 cm (h x w x d) per bag.
Weight: 1.5 kg per bag..
Material: 1680 D Ballistic.
Nylon Colour: Grey / Black.

Dakar Pannier Bags  KTM 950 / 990 Fitting Instructions