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Code: TO.09DXP
Topeak MTX Trunkbag DXP

The MTX TrunkBag uses a unique material process to provide our largest, stiffest, and most weather resistant MTX series bag. In addition to the expandable top section and rear water bottle holder, the side panels expand to full panniers maximizing capacity. Compatible with all MTX QuickTrack™ racks with attachable side frames. MTX Dual Side Frames are required when using panniers on MTX BeamRacks.

Features

  • Material: 600 denier polyester
  • Bag Attachment: MTX QuickTrack™ system with attached saddles
  • Insulation: Molded EVA foam
  • Compartments: 1 divided main section with multi-stage expandable top, two side with expandable panniers
  • Water bottle holder, Shoulder strap
  • Carrying handle, 3M™ reflective strip
  • Safety light clip, Elastic top bungees
  • Optional rain cover
  • DXP models feature an expanding top panel
  • DXP models feature side panniers
  • Compatible with MTX QuickTrack™ racks
  • Comes with a comfortable shoulder strap
  • Features a light clip for extra safety
  • Capacity: 22.6L
  • Max Weight Capacity: Limited to rack max load rating
  • Size: 36 x 25 x 21.5-29 cm / 14.2” x 9.8” x 8.5”-11.4”
  • Weight: 1160g
Benjamin Great trunk bag. Just wish it came with the rain cover included. Amazing amount of space, particularly with the side pockets deployed.
Dr Taylor Had purchased Topeak products before and this experience again confirms that there products are well designed an manufactured. Actually the trunkbag came with few surprise features I wasn't expecting and the side panniers whilst they look small when you initially unzip and roll out are quite cavernous fitting more than I thought possible. Looking forward to hitting the road with them and seeing how they actually travel fully loaded.