Comment: The bag came quickly and is nice and large for a sissy bar bag. I bought it at a very good sale price and am happy with it's construction. Being in WI right now, it's not riding season yet, but I'm looking forward to using it and will add another review once I've used the bag.
West Bend, WI
Sissy bar bag SB345 review
Comment: It is the best on the market for the money. Very well built and comes with a rain cover to boot. it has all the tie downs and belts to insure that it is solid and stays in place then is easy to remove to take with you at night..
Sissy bar bag SB345 review
Comment: I ordered the bag and it was larger than expected (a good thing), the quality was good, and it holds a full size helmet plus large camera. There were plenty of straps to hold it in place. I recommend it highly. The delivery was quick and the price was great. I've gotten all positive responses from my biker buddies.
Sissybar Bag SB345 Review
Comment: I love this bag! I am commuting to work everyday I bout it to carry my company issued 17" laptop plus clothing layers, rain gear, and whatever else. there is tons of space here.
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Sissy Bar Bag SB345 For 09 Softail Classic
Comment: Ordered this bag, shipped and arrived quickly. Went on a 2 day trip and was able to pack everything I need. I have saddlebags and the bike and with this bag on as well I had plenty of space. Mounted quickly and securly on my 09 Softail Classic. You can beat the price
Will this work with out a luggage rack on back of bike with a passenger?
A shopper on Mar 21, 2015
Best Answer:I don't think it will. I use it on the back rest with a luggage rack and it tends to slide off the rack if it is not super tight. You would have to let it sit on the rear fender and that may cause some paint damage. Buy a luggage rack for your bike if there is one available. I use the bag all the time and I love it. It holds all the gear I need it to including an extra helmet. Good luck.
I wouldn't try it. The straps that fasten around the luggage rack are not the sturdiest, or the most secure. If you have a luggage rack that the bottom of the bag could rest on, that might work. But I've noticed wear and tear on the strap seams that attach to the bag already. I don't think I would trust it.
Though the luggage has numerous clips, rings, and hold down straps, this particular piece would be better worn as a back pack rather than trying to attach it directly to your bike. The fit and quality are very good but I would suggest investing in a luggage rack as well.
Best Answer:Yes it is the same size, maybe even slightly larger when opened all the way. This is a high quality bag. I packed for a 12 day trip and it held it all. A daily, full change of clothes, meds, and some extra stuff.