So I've been on the lookout for some reasonably priced weather proof duffle bags for a while now. I really like the North face bags, but dang they are pricy. At SEMA this year I talked to a company Called Rightline Gear. They were coming out with a set of bags designed for Jeeps (yeah, yeah I know) but heck, from the look of them, They could easily be used for a cruiser! http://www.rightlinegear.com/4x4-duffle-bag.html As soon as the production was up and running on them I picked up a pair of the duffle bags. The set fit perfectly on the rack on the top of the Cruiser. But be aware, these bags are BIG. I'd actually be pleased if they made a bag almost half the size, but that can come later. The first test was out at the hammers, It had rained considerably a couple days before I got out there, but the rain had cleared up and was drying out by the time I arrived, leaving most of Johnson Valley the Dry, dusty place that everyone loves. I left the Bags on the top of the Cruiser from Sunday to Friday when we left. No Dust/Dirt managed to get into the bags. I was pleased. Couple weeks later I had to head from Vegas North to Ely, Nevada. There was a fairly sizeable storm rolling through and I figured it'd be a good test of the bag. I filled one of the duffles with sleeping bags and tossed it into the bed of the truck. The drive up consisted of on and off rain (heavy in spots) that developed into sleet and then snow. The bag sat in the bed of the truck for three days. Snowy and frozen. On the third day I opened the bag to see how it had fared. All of the sleeping bags were dry as a bone and dust free. Very cold, but dry... Neat stuff at a reasonable price. I can't wait to see how long they last. I'll have them on top of the 40 on the con this year.