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Enduristan Declares War on Wet Gear

The Enduristan arm of Lindeco Genuine Powersports has introduced a new multi-level duffel-style luggage option—the Tornado-2 Pack Sack. Riders can choose from four sizes to suit their load. While they will carry plenty by themselves, the pack sacks would also be perfect for supplementing the Enduristan Monsoon EVO panniers we covered in May. And their welded construction ensures they’ll be just as waterproof—as in 100%.

Also like the Monsoons, this luggage is made from Enduristan’s tough, waterproof, 3-layer fabric to keep out dust and mud as well as water. Four straps, two over the top and one on each end, seal up the roll-top closure. You’ll also find a row of cargo straps along each side to hold Enduristan’s preferred ROK Straps (not included) for securing the bag to your motorcycle’s rack, or strapping on a tent, chair, or even another Tornado.

To simplify organizing the sacks, Enduristan built in three mesh pockets, plus one zippered storage pouch. Finding your gear is made easier by the bright red lining inside each Tornado, while a soft handle atop the bags provides a comfortable way to carry them.

Enduristan also offers a deluxe shoulder strap accessory for long hauls like fly-and-ride trips. Other add-ons include their bottle holster, can holster, and XS Base Pack.

Tornado sizes are small, medium, large, and extra large, with volumes of 20L, 32L, 51L, and 82L, respectively. Widths range from 18 to nearly 27 inches.

Enduristan is a unit of Lindeco Genuine Powersports, which distributes unique, premium powersports components and supplies throughout North and South America.

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Arden has been riding loaded dual-sports and adventure bikes into the backcountry since high school, following a single goal of camping in the middle of nowhere. With stints as a whitewater river guide and National Park Service seasonal in Utah behind him, Arden favors the red rock country, but also enjoys the Mojave Desert and wide open spaces of Nevada. Based in Santa Barbara, California, he has shared stories of his adventures, as well as tests of motorcycles and accessories, in print and on the web for the past 25 years. In that time he’s worn out two Kawasaki KLR 650s and is currently stirring up the dust on his BMW F 800 GS and Suzuki DR-Z 400S.