Willie and Max Retro Revolution Throwover Saddlebags

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Willie and Max Retro Revolution Throwover Saddlebags

A recent addition to the Willie & Max line, these bags feature an upgrade in both design and look.The Throwover Style have reinforced backs to provide superior bag stability when compared to "other" throwovers, reinforced yokes for secure universal mounting above or below the seat, zip off yokes and carry handles make removal and transport a breeze. Powder coated wire frame and reinforced gussets retain saddlebag shape and look for the long haul. High quality chrome buckles feature hidden quick release system for fast access to saddlebags and front and rear closure snaps aid in lid security at high speeds. 

**Note: Mounting hardware not included.

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Small (18.5" x 10.5" x 6")
Large (20.5" x 11.5" x 6")

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Willie and Max - Retro Revolution Throwover Saddlebags

Overall these bags are terrific for the price. Very glad I went with the Jumbo size bags as they seem to have ample storage. They fit my 900 Vulcan Classic very well and match the fender lines great. Can't speak to the durability yet as I have only had them for a few weeks but I have loaded them up for an overnighter and the worked great.

Chris J. - September 9, 2011

(Leduc, AB)

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Willie and Max - Retro Revolution Throwover Saddlebags

These bags look really good on my Honda VTX 1300C. They go well with the back fender. It's almost like they were meant for this bike. But with most accessories you buy for your bike, you'll have to do a little tweaking. The bottom loops on these bags are too low to use them for mounting purposes. I used some plastic zip-tie mounts that have strong tape on the back. They can be glued or even screwed to the back of the bag. I don't recommend putting holes in the bag for fear of letting water in. I then used zip-ties to mount the bag to the brackets. It worked great. The size was good.

Sean Conroy - November 11, 2008

(Randlett, OK)