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Viking Warrior Medium Honda VTX 1800 S Leather Motorcycle Saddlebags

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Fits Honda VTX 1800 S 2002-2006

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MSRP: $324.99
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    Biker's Highlights

  • Lockable
  • Reinforced
  • Free Hardware
  • 1342 cu in (Pair)
Product Specs
  • Key Lockable
  • Mounting Hardware Included
  • USPTO no. D710605
  • Dimensions: 19.5"x 5.5" x 11.5" (L x W x H)
  • Storage Capacity: 1342 Cubic Inches (Pair)
  • Lid Opening: 11" x 4.25"
  • Weather Resistant
  • Sold As Pair
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Additional Details

This Viking Warrior Honda VTX 1800 S medium leather motorcycle saddlebags provide a 1342 cubic inches storage area which is perfect for your short rides. It is made from Viking leather which offers durability and longevity. The additional plastic reinforced lid and body combined with a metal frame technology reduce sagging so that your bag retains its shape longer. You can mount this Honda 1800 S bag as a throw-over for easy on and off or hard mount for more permanent installation based on your preference and style. The bag is key-lockable and comes with matching keys for both bags to improve security when you leave your bike in the parking lot for a long time. We included our updated metal mountings and bolts to improve the safety and durability of our bags for free, worth more than $149. The VTX 1800 S saddlebag comes with tight velcro for weather sealing to keep water, dust, and other elements out when you ride in the rain or extreme weather. The easy-to-access internal pockets will keep your small belongings organized. Our bags have an extremely affordable price that includes both right and left bags, and if you are not satisfied with your purchase we will be more than happy to offer a full refund of the purchase price within 30 days, which is important for any bikers out there.


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