Honcho and Burro ATV rack bags

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The front of a red ATV with a black bag strapped to the rack of it.

ATVers can keep their gear secure and dry while exploring the backcountry with the new Honcho and Burro ATV rack bags from OGIO International Inc.—a company based in Utah that designs gear bags for work, school, travel and recreational purposes.

Available in both front and rear styles, these ATV rack bags are engineered to withstand a variety of weather conditions. With water-resistant mesh pockets and a dust gasket seal closure system on the rack bags, users can ride with confidence knowing their gear will be protected from the elements.

The Honcho and Burro ATV rack bags feature a zipper-less main storage compartment to allow for easy access to stored gear. They also have custom-moulded exterior compartments and expandable internal compartments with a collapsible divider. Additional features on the Honcho ATV rack bag include internal mesh pockets and a cinch strap system for extra storage. The Honcho rear bag even has a padded backrest. Both models are available in either black or a Mossy Oak-brand camouflage colour scheme. 


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