The bags function as expected. There were some untrimmed strings I quickly cut then I added these to my bike (Yamaha V Star 1100). The top flap has a triangle shaped addition on the front of the flap that is difficult to see in the photos. It was a surprise. It covers the front opening edge when closed, but can get in the way when closing the flap. It's probably to help keep water (rain) out which it would do very well. The bags also have a cover under the flap the snaps in place, like most other bags. Inside there are pockets to store small items or papers.
Motorcycle Saddlebags With Heavy Duty Quick Release.
Dimensions: 16.5" x 6.25" x 11.5"
Motorcycle Saddlebags With Heavy Duty Quick Release Features
- Zipoff bag with Heavy Duty Velcro Cover and Lock
- Universal Fitting
- Includes a hard sheet inside the box with 4 pockets
- Heavy Duty Quick Release
- 100% Waterproof
- UV protected and it will not turn white in extreme heat
- Bag Holds its Shape
- 4 Tie down ribbons on each side for extra security
- Not a coller bag. Not intended to use with water & ice
- Shipping weight 23.1 pds
Saddlebags With Heavy Duty Quick Release Sizing Instructions
Measure distance horizontally from the edge of the rear turn signal to where the passenger would be aligned on the seat. Next, measure the distance vertically from the exhaust pipe to approximately two inches below the top of the rear fender. *Please remember to allow at least one inch clearance between the bottom of the saddlebag and the exhaust pipe. This will prevent the saddlebag from being damaged by touching the exhaust pipe.
Saddlebags With Heavy Duty Quick Release Mounting Instructions
Generally, to install throw-over saddlebags to your bike, you would need to remove the passenger seat. You would then ensure that the hook and loop connectors are firmly pressed together and secure bonding the two bags. To ensure additional stability, use the strap at the top of one saddlebag and thread through the double d-ring on the other saddlebag. Place the saddlebags on the top of your bike and adjust to how you want the bags to sit. After this is complete, re-install your passenger seat back on the bike. There are additional straps on the bottom of the saddlebags for added security and stability as well.