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Honda VTX 1300 Tourer Armor Shock Cutout Motorcycle Saddlebags

Fits Honda VTX 1300 T Tourer 2008-2009
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Product Description

Key Lockable: Yes
Mounting Hardware: Included
Patent Number: D710603
Dimensions: 22.5"x 7" x 11" 
Storage Capacity: 1708 Cubic Inches (Pair)
Lid Opening: 12" x 6"
Weight: 15 lbs (Pair)
Weather Resistant: Yes
Sold As: Pair


Additional Details

  • Constructed of the highest quality VIKING leather and featuring weather-resistant exteriors, this set of Honda VTX 1300 Tourer Armor Shock Cutout saddlebags is designed for long-lasting use.
  • No additional mounting hardware is required. We provide you with a free mounting kit, saving you about $100.
  • These bags are made to be super rigid thanks to plastic reinforcements and the use of a full metal frame and full fiberglass body.
  • Suit your individual body type by adjusting the height and angle using the flexible mounting yoke.
  • Use our detachable mounting hardware or elect to mount these bags as a throw over, whatever style you prefer the most.
  • Sagging is prevented through the ABS plastic reinforcements on the lid.
  • These Honda VTX 1300 Tourer Armor Shock Cutout bags feature instant release buckles for greater convenience.
  • Ensure that your belongings are secure with the in-built locking system.
  • Featuring rot-proof stitching, this set of quality bags will hold up to the test of time. Rubber interior lining provides greater protection to your belongings.
  • With a large interior pocket, these bags give you the storage space you need.
  • A contour on the heavy-duty fiberglass back of these bags protects your belongings from shock.
  • Our 30-day money-back guarantees fully protects your purchase price.
  • The left and right bag are included for the same price.

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