Willie and Max Standard Braided Saddlebags

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Willie and Max Standard Braided Saddlebags

  • Standard Braided Saddlebags from Willie & Max
  • Feature edges accented with three-strand braiding
  • Quick-release buckles
  • Zipper can be locked to the D-ring attachments on the bag with a small padlock (not included) or a cable tie
  • Zippered yoke assemblies and convenient removable carrying handle
  • Carry handle is unique in that you can carry both bags with one handle
  • 10 1/2" W x 11 1/2" H x 4" D
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it was very hard for me to find small saddle bags to fit my Suzuki boulevard 650 and these are just perfect and they look awesome...thanks again guys

debbie - January 22, 2016

(melbourne, VIC)

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great fit

I bought these bags for my '11 v star 650 custom. They fit and look great on it and no turn signal modification needed.

jose - March 19, 2013

(Napa, CA)

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Great bags from Willie & Max

Bags were delivered in record time! They fit my Honda Shadow Spirit 1100 perfectly with no MC modifications at all. Directional signals stayed where they are! Very convenient clamps on bag flaps, easy to install, and cleared the hot exhaust pipe by half an inch. Zipper release means the bags can be removed in a hurry. Great quality bags and waterproof too! I love them.

Leonard - April 26, 2010

(Doylestown, PA)

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Standard Braided bags

I am more than happy with the bags I bought. In all ways they are perfect for my 750 virago. Thanks

Patrick Foyle - April 17, 2009

(Kahului, HI)