This is the latest iteration of the Viaterra Claw Mini. Compared to the bag it replaces, it can carry more; it looks and feels more premium; and it has a few more handy inclusions. The bag is claimed to carry around 48 litres. It uses high denier fabric. And it’s replete with pockets.
Now, the Claw is a very unique tail bag. Its design gives it all the practicality and handiness of a tail bag, but with an additional shot of storage courtesy its legs which double up as mini saddlebags. It also makes it more secure when mounted on a motorcycle’s pillion seat courtesy those legs.
And as it turns out, the Claw range (which includes the Mini’s 72-litre elder sibling) is also one of best selling products from Viaterra.
Our plan with the Claw Mini is to see how flexible a two-wheeler luggage it can be. And we say two-wheeler instead of motorcycle, because we will run the Mini on a scooter as well along with the motorcycles we have in the garage. Mainly, to see if the bag can compensate for some storage handicap on the scooter.
But that’s for a latter report. For now, let’s see what the Claw Mini is all about.