Quality is great. If you want to put cover on using the strings to keep it in place, good luck doing it by yourself. Once you think you have the one side in place the other side pops off.
Otherwise, other option is to remove old cover and staple new one on, unfortunately you need a heavy duty stapler, a normal staple gun will not be strong enough to go through the material.
Now I need to buy a heavy duty stape gun to put the cover on correctly.
Trying to put leather bags on my 2004 HD Sportster 1200, with a sissy bar. Instructions were VERY vague. Supplied bolts were not long enough. Had to go buy my own longer bolts. I got 2.5" & 3" long Stainless Steel bolts. The 3" bolts for the back needed to be cut off to 2 & 3/4" long. I did that with just a hack saw. Do your research, look at youtube videos.
I received saddlemans saddle bag tiedown kit.The instructions are not helpful and they give no idea what this kit is supposed to look like installed.I will be working blind on this.I request that the seller send me some sort of diagram on what this supposed to look like.
I used the bag as a backrest/luggage on the seat of the bike. The straps worked perfectly and the comfort was great. I rode from Florida to Dallas through the remnants of hurricane Patricia and it worked great. Everything in the bag was dry. the only thing I was unhappy with is the carry handle on the top of the bag has a small tear in the leather. other than that it was a great investment. I will get a lot of use out of it.
On my Suzuki C50, it much more comfortable than the stock saddle. It lets me sit lower on the bike, letting my feet be flat on the ground. The rear lumbar is great. Pretty comfortable saddle. But a couple downsides: the gel gets really hot in the summer when the bike sits in the sun; a few chrome studs fell off and I can't find a shop that can replace them.