Giant Loop | Fandango Tank Bag
It’s not easy making a great piece of kit like Giant Loop’s Fandango Tank Bag even better—but we did it!
Redesigned for 2021 with an emphasis on increasing waterproofness, the new Fandango maintains its many rider friendly features, including a low-profile shape that stays out of the way, a pliable yet rugged structure, quick, easy access to fuel fills—plus an additional two liters of packable space versus its smaller cousin, the Diablo Tank Bag. The redesigned 2021 Fandango Tank Bag is a sleek, bulletproof, waterproof, adventure-ready tank bag for those who want to ride fast and far with zero distractions.
To protect surfaces against scuffing or marks, we highly recommend installing Vinyl Protective Film beneath where tank bag makes direct contact with body panels and plastics.
VOLUME 8 liters (490 cubic inches).
DIMENSIONS TANK BAG:rear height 8″ (20 cm), front height 5″ (13 cm), 8.25″ W x 12.25” L (21 cm W x 31 cm L).
CLEAR MAP POCKET (VIEWABLE AREA):6.5” W x 8.5” L (16.5 cm W x 21.5 cm L) Lid: 8.25″ W x 10.25″ L (21 cm W x 26 cm L).
HARNESS:8.5″ W x 12″ L (22 cm W x 30 cm L).
WEIGHT 2 lb. 5 oz. (1.0 kg).
MATERIALS Rugged Bomb Shell™ coated fabric construction with critical radio-frequency (RF) welded seams; YKK zippers, heavy-duty fasteners, and reflective trim.
The Fandango Tank Bag’s universal design fits virtually any dirt bike, snow bike, enduro, dual sport, adventure, or street motorcycle make and model.
With its three-point mounting system, the Fandango harness attaches with webbing straps on both sides of the motorcycle and under the steering stops. Strap tails can be tucked away under elastic loops on the harness.
Giant Loop highly recommends using Vinyl Protective Film to protect surfaces against scuffing or marks where tank bag makes direct contact with body panels and plastics.
Made in China
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including DBP and DEHP, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.