So the bag snake system did very well for me out in the wild. Easy to strap down and easy to undo(except if you have wet straps that cake mud and then dry in the double d-ring). I would consider using these in multiple ways on any bike. You are only limited by your attachment points really.
At first I couldn't understand why these were sold for one bag at a time and not in pairs. Then I took my DRZ400 out while not needing more than a tool bag and a jacket. I simply strapped my dry bag to the Scramble Rack as a tail bag using one Bag Snake Kit. It worked great. Now I understand. A quality, well-designed product is a beautiful thing.
The bag snake kit is by far the best method I've ever used to tie down a bag on my bike. I used it last week to tie down a 50L Wolfman bag.After over 100 miles of dirt roads, the bag hadn't shifted at all.
Using dry bags as panniers is ideal for dual sport and off-road motorcycle camping trips. It minimizes weight and holds the dry bags very securely. I mount the dual bag snake kit to the GCAG scrambler pack for a simple attachment to my WR250R.
Works as advertised, perfectly. Am using it with the hardcore soft rack.