This is the bag that started our EXFIL motorcycle luggage revolution. In military parlance "EXFIL" means to leave in a rapid, organized fashion—the way every smart bikerider likes to ride. The number means this EXFIL bag holds seven 12-ounce beer cans, and is a naming convention that carries throughout our moto luggage line.
Like all our luggage designs, you can mount EXFIL-7 anywhere. On our personal bikes we've mounted over-stuffed EXFIL-7's on the down tube, over the headlight on tall risers, and on both sides of the sissy bar. A pair of EXFIL-7's will hang perfectly on H-D fender struts to create a set of mini saddle bags. EXFIL-7's MOLLE system and reinforced PVC straps make all these options possible. Once mounted, EXFIL-7 gobbles up personal gear like wallets, pocket knives, phones, tools and other stuff to become the glove box most motorcycles need but don't have.
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EXFIL-3 Bag - Black
EXFIL-80 Bag - OD Green
EXFIL-7 Bag - Black
EXFIL Straps - 1" x 36"
EXFIL-11 Tank Bag - Black
EXFIL-115 Bag - Black
EXFIL-7 Bag - OD Green
EXFIL-48 Backpack - Black
EXFIL Straps - 1.5" x 60"
EXFIL-80 Bag - Black
EXFIL-0 Tool Roll
EXFIL-60 Bag - Black
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perfect to hold tools and supplies on long trips. Also, not bad to hold some miscellaneous stuff on short day jaunts.
Taking off my side saddle to fit passenger pegs, this became my new alternative. I do like it on my Sissy Bar. It's easy to use. Holds the things I need it to. And very easy to reconfigure the straps to place it where I want.
Great little bag to use on my Dyna Low Rider S. Just enough room to put some basic stuff in there. I have it strapped to the back of the sissy bar and have no issues with it. But if I do plan to fit a 6'er in it, I would strap it to the passenger side of the sissy bar so the weight will rest on the seat. Can't risk losing precious cargo if one of the straps breaks with how the roads are in NJ nailing a crater, I mean pothole
Incredible quality and super versatile! I will be ordering another one of these and possibly an EXFIL-11 and removing my saddle bags altogether. Finally some luggage that looks bada$$ yet is strong and easy to use.