Well worth the money.
Scott Magers - August 09, 2007(Ft. Wayne, FL)
I'm a bit of a power rider. A year round rider deterred only by snow and ice on the road. I did a fair amount of research on the internet. After looking at cost, construction, capacity, adaptability to fit my ride and warranty- I decided to go with these. I have a '92 CB750 with a Corbin saddle and back rest. I had to move to flush mount turn signals to get the fit the way I wanted it, but other than that they fit perfectly. These do not have a muffler guard on the bottom so you have to ma
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James Cothern - August 09, 2007(Davis, Prince Edw)
These are excellent take-on take-off bags. I use with a YZF 600r and they work well. Not the same as hard bags but still adequate for weekend or longer trips.
ET 4000 Saddlebag
Dan Joslyn - August 03, 2009(Lansing, MI)
The bags filled my needs, quality was good, would recommend them as an inexpensive way to haul your stuff on a trip.
Love these bags!!!
Greg - January 12, 2010(Mesa, AZ)
I have these bags on my Kawasaki KLR650 and they look and fit great. I do a lot of desert and mountain commuting and these bags fit all my stuff, first aid kit, tools, rain gear, ect... I would recommend these bags to everyone. They are sturdy and built very well. I read in other reviews that people have had troubles with the zippers but the zippers on my bags work fine. Great Bags, Great Price, buy them and you won’t be disappointed.
LLOYD - November 16, 2011(Las Cruces, NM, NM)
This is second set in 20 years. Durable, fit well, but should come with rain covers as part of pkg. They don't. Excellent value for the money.
Very good saddlebags
Robert - November 25, 2009(Greenbank, WA)
My riding partner and I each bought these saddlebags in 1987 and have ridden over 100,000 miles with them. They are very spacious, which was necessary since we packed camping gear and food, as well as riding gear. I rated them a "4" on durability only because the zippers for the main compartment were undersized and wore out quickly. I took the bags to a seamstress who outfitted them with some heavy duty zippers that have functioned perfectly. Hopefully, Chase Harper has made this upgrade since we bought our bags. Otherwise, these have been superb saddlebags. If I need new ones, I will definitely look at getting a new set of ET4000s... if the zippers have been improved. (cheap zippers suck)
Marie Makela - June 16, 2008(Leicester, NC)
These bags are easy to apply and remove, and hold a ton of stuff! They look nice and are very versatile.
Killer set up for my '08 KLR650
Kurt farry - July 21, 2008(walnut creek, CA)
I packed these ET4000's to the hilt. They didn't sag or drop. The velcro saddle straps are surprisingly beefy and they endured 124 degree heat going thru Death Valley on the 4th of July at high noon! No kidding. I did fabricate a small (3" x 5") heat shield out of scrap aluminum to ensure there would be NO CONTACT between the bag and the exhaust. The only feature I wish that I had was a water bottle pouch to refill our drinking water bladders more conveniently. I'm still trying to figure out how to get all those darn bugs out of the fabric- Maybe my water blaster? Great Bags with enough room for 8 days and 1600 miles.