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Motorcycle Sissy Bar Roll Bag.

Motorcycle Sissy Bar Roll Bag Features

  • Universal Sissy Bar Bag panel with fastener
  • Comes with carrying handle and adjustable shoulder strap
  • Reflective Piping
  • Rain cover included
  • Quick-Release straps for securing bag to sissy bar
  • 2 zippered side pockets
  • Front zippered closure
  • Spacious interior for carrying items
  • Hideable mounting clips

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Most Helpful Reviews :

Great Bag

by - verified purchaser
You cannot go wrong buying this bag it was surprisingly roomy. It is a great bag for small trips.

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On Time As Always

by - verified purchaser
Seems to be as described. Larger than expected which is good as I'm replacing one similar I've had for years. Only down side is doesn't have hard plastic inner liner for it to maintain structure like my last one did.

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Motorcycle Sissy Bar Roll Bag SB360 Review

by - verified purchaser
This is the best sissy bar bag I've ever bought. I work at a Grocery store and everyday I buy some groceries and have a nuff room in my bag to carry them home. I also like the 2 side pockets for small items.

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This SB360 sissy bar roll bag is made of sturdy water resistant nylon and measures 18 inches wide by 9 inches tall. It has a removable carry handle and two removable quick release straps for extra mounting stability, or to tie additional items to the outside of the bag. Mounting this bag is really simple. Just slide your backrest through these hook and loop straps and pull them tight... There are two zippered pockets on the sides of the roll bag and the zippered main closure opens up wide for easy access. The SB360 also comes with a complementary rain cover as well, although it requires a little modification before it can be used. The opening of the cover is on the side which doesn't allow the cover to be installed with the bag mounted. I found an easy fix for this issue. I simply cut four small slits in the cover to accommodate the exit of the mounting straps and install the waterproof cover before mounting the bag to the bike. I also used packaging tape to seal the seams of the cover to ensure that no water can get in...