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Honda 750 Shadow Aero Side Pocket Studded Motorcycle Saddlebags

Fits Honda 750 Shadow Aero All Years
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Product Description

Fitment Note : You may need to relocate the turn-signals to install the bags using the included relocation kit.
Key Lockable: Yes
Mounting Hardware: Included
Patent Number: D710606
Dimensions: 20" x 6.5" x 11.5"
Storage Capacity: 1586 Cubic Inches (Pair)
Lid Opening: 12" x 6"
Weight: 15 lbs (Pair)
Turn Signal Relocation Kit: Required (Included)
Sold As: Pair


Additional Details

  • Durable Viking leather construction ensures longevity and durability of these Honda 750 Shadow Aero side pocket studded saddlebags.
  • Substantial cost savings are available through our included mounting hardware and easy-to-follow instructions.
  • These bags are designed to retain their shape thanks to the durable metal frame combined with the plastic reinforced body and lid.
  • With the straight back reinforced with durable ABS plastic, these Honda 750 Shadow Aero side pocket studded bags will stay firmly in place on your 750 Shadow bike.
  • Equipped with an internal locking mechanism and easy release buckles, these bags help you to save time while offering hassle-free use.
  • Complete weather resistance and Velcro padding located on the side of these bags keep your belongings protected in any weather.
  • With the flexible yoke, these Honda 750 Shadow Aero side pocket studded bags make it easy to adjust the positions.
  • A built-in pocket makes it easy to increase storage capacity.
  • Put aside worries over sacrificing your style by using these bags as a hard mount throw-over or with detachable mounting equipment.
  • Our extremely low price includes the left and right saddlebags.
  • Our 30-day money-back guarantee completely protects your investment.



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