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Honda VTX 1300 Retro Medium Warrior Slanted Motorcycle Saddlebags

Fits Honda VTX 1300 R Retro 2005-2009
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Product Description

Pad Lockable: Yes
Mounting Hardware: Included
Patent Number: US D710,605 S
Dimensions: 19.5" x 5.5" x 11"
Storage Capacity: 915 Cubic Inches (Pair)
Lid Opening: 11" x 4.5"
Weight: 11 lbs (Pair)
Weather Resistant: Yes
Sold As: Pair


Additional Details

  • Enhanced longevity is gained through the VIKING leather used to craft this set of Honda VTX 1300 Retro Medium Warrior Slanted saddlebags.
  • We provide you with more bang for your buck by including the mounting hardware, worth more than $100, and simplified mounting instructions with your purchase.
  • These bags are assured of never becoming deformed. The solid metal framework and plastic reinforced body and lid help them to keep their beautiful shape.
  • Strikeout on any road with complete confidence. The ABS back on these bags will protect your belongings from bumps.
  • The reliable internal locking mechanism on these bags gives your content complete security.
  • The weather-resistant exteriors on these saddlebags protect your belongings in all types of weather.
  • Achieving a comfortable fit for your body type is no problem with the adjustable mounting yoke.
  • The large storage compartment ensures there are no limits on storing your personal belongings.
  • You choose which installation method is best for you by mounting these bags as a hard mount or a throw over.
  • These Honda VTX 1300 Retro Medium Warrior Slanted bags feature airtight Velcro to keep out wind and rain.
  • Our economical price grants you two saddlebags for the price of one.
  • If you do not feel these saddlebags are everything we claim, then simply return them as part of our 30-day money back guarantee.

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