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Indian Scout Shock Armor Cutout Studded Motorcycle Saddlebags

Fits Indian Scout 2015-2020
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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: 16 lbs (Pair)
Weather Resistant: Yes
Sold As: Pair


Additional Details

  • The attractive shape and unique design of the Indian Scout Char Shock Cutout Studded Motorcycle Saddlebags makes them ideal for all Indian Scout bikes.
  • The exterior is water-resistant and come with guaranteed longevity since they are crafted from VIKING Leather
  • Includes hard-mount brackets that are free of cost and easy to set up with simple instructions that accompany the kit thus adding to the savings
  • All Indian Scout Char Shock Cutout Studded Motorcycle Saddlebags are strengthened with ABS-plastic protected lid, complete fiberglass frame and metal casing which is reinforced with the long-lasting and high- quality plastic.
  • Secure internal locking system is applied to help protect the contents within
  • The interior of the Indian Scout Char Shock Cutout Studded Motorcycle Saddlebags is crafted from best-quality rubber and rot-resistant stitching in addition to rustproof chrome buckles which reinforce their durability
  • Easy to release buckles make the operations and handling of the bags convenient with the roomy interior mesh pocket for extra storage capacity
  • Can be either hard mounted or used as a throw over for optimum comfort and flexibility
  • The tough fiberglass back of these bags offers a good fit and greatly reduces the wear and tear risk despite everyday use
  • A 30 day money-back guarantee covers the full purchase value if the bag does not satisfy you for any reason.

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