Couldn't believe the quality of the bag for the money. Fastest shipping I've ever seen got the bag the next day. Can't wait to fill it up and hit the road. My friends think I paid a lot more for the bag than I did. I would gladly recommend this bag for any biker who needs one.
Expandable Leather Motorcycle Sissy Bar Bag.
Bag now has Hook and Loop closure in back instead of laces
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Dimensions: Big Bag: 16 inch wide X 21 inch tall X 6 inch depth ( 12 inch depth when expanded)
Small Bag: 15 inch X 9 inch X 9 inch
NOTE: This bag will only expand out to about 3.5 inches. If the sissy bar pad is any thicker, this this bag will not work
Premium Leather Motorcycle Sissy Bar Bag. This is for the whole set of 2 bags.
Made of top quality Premium Cowhide leather, this two part bag is built to last, with reinforced stitching, heavy-duty nylon straps, and heavy-duty zippers.
Expandable Leather Motorcycle Sissy Bar Bag Features
This sissy bar bag bag can be expanded for more room !!
This will fit on MOST bikes due to the many straps with Q-release provided.
Two additional straps provided will allow the bag to be converted into a backpack or rucksack when off the bike.
This big roomy sissy bar travel bag will carry everything you would want to take with you on a long or short ride.
The mini-duffle is 15" X 9" X 9" and the big bag is 16"wide, 21" tall, 6" deep (12" deep when expanded!), It has 4 pockets on the sides, 2 each on each side of the bag, with zipper closures.
How to install this bag ?
This bag will fit most motorcycles with a sissy bar on it.
This bag has a pocket pouch on the back. Just slip it over the sissy bar and tighten using the ties and straps with quick release. Ties and straps are located inside of the top roll bag. Our bag can be reversed to give room for the passenger!
How to attach straps?
Remove plastic buckle and insert strap into the 1st buckle slot without ridges. Pull through the 2nd opening with ridges and adjust to desired strap length. Do this for both sides.
Fits most motorcycles... Or can be used as a backpack/rucksack till you buy a motorcycle !!
Sissy Bar Bag Mounting Instructions
Universal sissy bar bags can be mounted on almost any model bike depending on the width or height of your sissy bar or luggage rack. Generally, they can be mounted to the luggage rack with straps featuring quick-release buckles. Also, the bag can be fitted over the sissy bar (up to 9” width) and secured with quick-release straps as well. Any additional roll bags can be secured on the top of the main bag with mounting straps that are included.
Most Helpful Reviews :
I was impressed with the quality of the bag so far it has rode 1300 miles with me easy to strap on the bike if you travel on 2 wheels this is the way to carry everything.
I will forgo the whys, wherefores, and shopping history, since, if you're reading this, you know what you want. I'll just say that this is a beautiful hunk of leather. Amazed at the value for the price. I preferred a bit more rigidity, so simply inserted a big piece of cardboard.
We put our bag on our 2016 Street Glide and it fits great. Ready for our trip from Montana to California.
Outstanding quality and convenience for the price. I couldn't even use this bag on my motorcycle when I bought it, justifying its use for straight luggage making it worth the price. Well, I just bought a 1900cc Raider with a long sissy bar. Perfect. Rather than waste a lot of space I would urge you to take advantage of the value in a quality leather Sissy Bar Bag here and jump on it. Another great value from Jafrum, where I've purchased saddle bags, accessories and now this. The products, price and customer service have made me a Jafrum customer for life.
The Sissy Bar Pack I bought from you people is of extreme quality for the price I paid.
Fast shipping. leather is very nice and quality seems to be good. not exactly what I wanted but has plenty of room. would fit over the sissy bar pad of my 2012 heritage so had to have about 3 inches of leather added in.
Shopped around quite a bit for a good bag for a trip from Virgina to Laconia NH. Didn't want a "hard sided" bag so i could collapse it if i wanted. this is perfect. Big enough to put at least 4 days of stuff for 2, or collapses right down to nothing. Have not seen a better made leather bag out there...Awesome price and awesome service are simply a bonus! Nice Job.
Have'nt used it yet but sure it will be great like everything else i have bought from Jafrum tho.
Really nice soft leather, high quality.
Received bag three days after ordering. Seems to be very well made. Stuffed it with pillows to see how much it could hold. I'm impressed. I think I can probably fit a week's worth of clothes in there pretty easily. I'm very happy with my decision to purchase this bag.
Shipping was very fast. The bag is a lot bigger then expected.
I bought one of these several years ago. It's nice to have something you can keep stuffed in your saddle bag until you need it. I did find it difficult to pack though because it does not have a frame. So I made one out of 1/2" PVC pipe and fittings that can be taken apart and tossed in the bottom of the saddlebag as well. I only used the cover once, and it flopped in the wind and was annoying so I took it off. I can't say that it couldn't have been put on tighter, as I didn't give it a second chance at the time. Thanks for a great product and service.
nice quality can use for other things also
Surprised at the quality and size, and well made. The tie to the sissy bar could have been a little better, but it works, and the straps in the back, to hold another bag need to be longer.
Its very high quality. I love this bag. Sometimes I bungee tie the little duffle bag to the sissy bar for everyday use: Rain Gear, Rags, lunch, sunglasses, gloves etc. You can fit a thin rain coat on one of the side pouches. Its a great bag. I got stuck in the rain the other day and everything inside was absolutely dry. It comes off very easy. If you hate saddlebags like me, this is definitely perfect purchase.
Very well made. holds alot.I have bought from Jafrum before and will continue to buy from them.
This is the second one I have purchased, a friend of mine happened to be over when the first one arrived and was getting ready to go on a trip so let him borrow it for the trip and he loved it so I let him buy it I just ordered me the same one both are great and work well, money well spent.
You can't go wrong with this bag at this price.
This is the second one I have bought. I have had my own for 5 years and bought this one for my son for his birthday.....great product for the price.
Sissy bar bags are a great way to add a very large amount of easily removable storage to your bike. There are numerous different sizes, materials, and mounting options available, so there is sure to be one to suit your needs.
This is the cowhide leather version of the SB1 style bag and is available in black. The top roll bag is included at no additional charge as is a full coverage rain cover.
Now, I’m not going to go over every single pocket and zipper on this thing. There’s too much. There are some really good photos on the listing if you need a better look from a certain angle. What I want to do for you is show you some of the unique features and more importantly how the mounting system works. Also, there are some key features that this bag does not have on purpose, so we can look at those and give you something to look for and think about so you can pick the best backrest bag for you.
The most important thing to remember with motorcycle luggage, especially sissy bar bags, is that there really isn’t a wrong way to mount them. These bags come with a ton of mounting options, some of which you may not be able to use on your particular motorcycle, and that’s ok. You may even come up with an arrangement that the manufacturer hasn’t even thought of. Basically, if the bag is secure, it’s mounted correctly.
The main component to the mounting system on the SB1 Leather is this laced sleeve. Simply fit this sleeve over the backrest and tighten and you’re most of the way there. There are numerous straps and clips covering the outside that can be used however necessary. The only limitation is your imagination. I like to use them to secure frequently used items, like raingear, an extra sweatshirt or vest, or even a tent. If you use a luggage rack, take note of the weight capacity. If you are over the limit, no big deal. Mount the bag backwards and set it on the seat. Depending on your riding position, you may have just created yourself a comfy little backrest of your own.
To mount the supplementary roll bag simply feed the mounting straps through the roll bag straps and connect using the buckles. The cool thing about this strap system is that you don’t have to put the roll bag here if you don’t want to. It’s also the perfect spot for your bed roll or sleeping bag. Still need more room for even more junk? Not to worry. The main bag expands to almost 200% of its original depth by unzipping this full circumference zipper.
One of the features this bag doesn’t have that some riders like is an internal frame of some sort to make the bag rigid. There is actually some benefit to this in certain situations. I often find that I return from trips with way more stuff than when I left, especially if I have visited with friends or family. Because this bag has no internal frame, it can be rolled up and stowed in a saddlebag until it’s needed. If you prefer a rigid bag, but don’t want to spend upwards of three hundred dollars to get one, simply place a small rectangular container like a garbage can inside the bag to create a rigid sissy bar bag.
Another feature included with this piece of luggage is the complementary rain cover. It rolls up small enough to fit into one of the small exterior pockets but is large enough to fit over not just the bag but almost anything you may have attached to the outside of it. If you don’t have anything on the outside of the bag to fill up the cover, be sure to wrap some bungies of some sort around the cover to keep the wind from tearing it up. I personally like to use two cargo nets. It’s ugly, but it works really well.