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- Mounts easily to your sissybar.
- Dimensions 7"(17.8cm)H x 8"(20.3cm)W x 2.3"(5.8cm)D
- 3.6-4.0mm (9-10oz) Full Grain Cowhide Leather
- Proudly made in the USA.
The Slimline Sissybar Bag is conveniently sized to meet your needs. Features a quick release buckle and weather flaps on either side of the opening to help protect items inside. The Slimline Sissybar Bag measures 8" x 7" x 2.3". Easily mounts to your sissy bar with the included strap. Made with only the finest Latigo leather and the highest quality hardware.
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Great Quality Leather
Posted by Scott on Nov 9th 2016
Great quality leather was used for this bag, thick but soft and great feel. I used two of them to replace the side covers on a Triumph Bonneville with custom mounts that I fabricated. I would give it 5 stars but the straps have no way of tighting up any and the flap is a bit lose when empty. Working on a fix for this, hopefully.
Exactly What I Was Looking For
Posted by Cefox on May 29th 2015
I fabricated a bracket to mount the bag low on the frame behind the front wheel of my 2014 Yamaha Bolt XV950. The bag is very well made, the leather is very good quality and a perfect match for my distressed brown saddle bags. The best part, it's literally the perfect size for my tool kit, tire repair kit and CO2 inflator.
Keep in mind that this type of leather will darken considerably when you treat it. I used Obenauf's LP before installation and Maquire's Gold Class cleaner/ treatment for maintenance. With these products I get a nice rich dark brown with a hint of red with a distressed look, like ox blood but with way more brown, very old school looking. Nearly every weekend someone asks me " how old is your bike?" and it's always the leather that make them think it's vintage.