17L - Military Medium Leather Motorcycle Saddlebags for Harley Sportster 883 Iron XL883N

SKU: 55303
Sale price$176.46 $150.46 with coupon Regular price$299.99
Options: With Pocket
Fits Sportster 883 Iron XL883N 2009-2022

Fits 24 Cans
Key Lockable
Free Hardware
Ships within 2 Days & 45 Day Returns
  • Key Lockable
  • Material: Viking Leather
  • Dimensions: 16" x 5" x 11" ( L x W x H) See Image
  • Storage Capacity: 1038 Cubic Inches (Pair)
  • Lid Opening: 9" x 4.5"
  • Turn Signal Relocation Kit Not Required
  • Padded pocket for glasses
  • Webbing to attach essential gears

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Black Military Leather Bags

The Viking Military Harley 883 Iron leather saddlebags are crafted from heavy-duty Viking leather and designed to retain shape. Sold in pairs, these lockable bags feature a small zippered compartment, a side-attachable padded sunglasses case, and MOLLE webbing. With a 1038 cubic inches capacity, they provide ample space for overnight riding essentials.



Dimensions (inches)

16" x 5" x 11" ( L x W x H)

Lid Opening (inches)

9" x 4.5"

Turn-signal Relocation

Not Needed

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Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Serena H.
Viking military :u1FA96: bag

Love the look. The quality is great. Didn't take long to receive it. Just wish it came with better instructions.

Nick M.
Fantastic look and phenomenal customer

Fantastic look and phenomenal customer sevice

Jonathan D.
Pretty solid

Solid construction, only wish there were a more secure way of mounting to the bike, the mounting method works and I have had no issue but seams like it may fail eventually.

Raymond H.
Can't complain. Would make some adjustments though.

I like these bags, so far. Only had them on about three weeks or so. They hold much more than you would think. Two loaves of bread vertically, per bag, not too bad. I can carry my daily hat and a spare change of clothes, if the weather is going to be questionable. I also like that they came with the brackets, and installing them didn't require moving the rear tail lights. However, my biggest gripe about them is that the plastic backing that's made into the backside mounting surface of the bags isn't very sturdy, structurally. The first thing I did upon installing them is go to the local hardware store and get 2.5 inch washers to try to distribute the clamping load across a greater subsection of the bags to hold them tighter to the mounts and get less sagging. This helped, but they still aren't as sturdy as I would like. They can still sag a bit and/or flop around in the breeze. The next thing I'm going to try is to get some sheet steel and cut a bag shaped piece and mount that inside the bag to help keep them sturdy and tight against the mounts with an even greater clamping force across the whole back of the bags. For ~$150 though, I can't complain at all. Going from a simple swing arm bag to these has made a night and day difference. I can now run down to the grocery store or head out on a long trip without having to worry if I can carry anything. Which leads to more riding, which is good.

Garrett D.
Great bags

Bags look great. Install was a little not difficult than the instructions let on, but all is good!