Kuryakyn GranThrow-Over Saddlebags

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Kuryakyn GranThrow-Over Saddlebags

Add convenience with these great saddlebags! Install in seconds without adding any bulky accessory mounts to your motorcycle. These universal saddlebags are true throw-over saddlebags. Simply adjust the mounting belt and throw them over or under the passenger seat. Use the included universal straps to finish off the mounting and minutes later you're off on your next ride!

  • Throw-over convenience - mount or remove in seconds
  • No saddlebag supports or mounting brackets required
  • Collapsible hidden drink holders
  • Internal and external accessory pockets
  • Fully adjustable to fit almost any motorcycle
  • Expandable main compartment for extra space
  • Heat-resistant material on bottom of bag
  • Weatherproof construction and included rain covers
  • 1200 Denier construction with leather accents for durability and style
  • 24" Tip to Tail Slanted Saddlebags, 12" Tall x 8.5" Wide (one end Expands to 11" Wide)
  • Included Items: One Pair of Saddlebags, Rain Covers & Adjustable Universal Straps
Mounting Options:
  • On top of passenger seat with slant forward or backward
  • Under passenger seat with slant forward or backward
  • GranThrow-Over Saddlebags fit great on almost any motorcycle. Full mounting options for motorcycles with turn signals mounted at the end of the rear fender or applications with small silver bullet style turn signals
**Note: Applications with larger turn signals mounted to fender struts may limit the number of mounting options. Depending on the specific mounting, these bags may limit access to passenger foot pegs.

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Big enough

They are big enough, but they are not durable. They do not hold their shape. The quality is in line with the manufacturers origin (China). Not worth 200 bucks. I have had them on my bike for about four months and I am looking to replace them I do not recommend.

Jeffery - October 22, 2015

(Nunya, NV)

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Worst Saddlebags ever...

These bags looked and worked great - for about 3 months. After that, they started falling apart. The fabric started shrinking, making it impossible to close them any more. They also quickly lost their shape and color. By 6 months they were nearly unusable.

Michael - December 20, 2013

(Orange Park, FL)

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Didn't last

I loved these bags when I bought them a couple years ago. Easy to install, looked great. But about 14 months in they started to fall apart. One main zipper broke, and lost all their form; got a smooched look. I have used these extensively to carry lots of stuff like groceries & bags have a huge capacity. I could fit 6 bags of groceries in. Maybe they fell apart due to the constant use but you should know.

Laurie - December 5, 2013

(whittier, CA)

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Looked good, Short Time Later Oh No!

I've been on about 3 rides with them, good weather. I never overload the bags. Each bag is coming apart. I called the manuf. they said call the reseller. I called the Motorcycle Superstore and they want me to send the bags at my expense to them so they can send the bags to Kuryakyn at which point KA will determine whether to fix, repair or replace. It could take 4-6 weeks for all of this to go down. If I'm lucky I'll have my bags back before its half over. BOO!

Mike - June 12, 2013

(Edmonds, WA)

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Saddlebags

These bags work well once installed. Difficult adjusting everything to fit right on 2009 H-D Night Train but one situated, they work great.

Pat - October 29, 2012

(Austin, TX)

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very very practical.

eric - August 16, 2012

(omaha, NE)

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Kuryakyn saddle bags

I had a cheap pair of fake leather bags that were too small for any useful purpose and these are an awesome upgrade. I wanted to put them over the seat for easy removal but on my little 750 virago they would have been too far forward so I modified the Velcro throw over by cutting away about 3-4 inches toward the sissy bar so that my seat would lock in and it came out great. Still room for a passenger to use the pegs without removing them and lots of room.

Paul - April 4, 2012

(ashtabula, OH)

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Kuryakyn Gran Throwover

It took a little bit of time to get the fit right with the Kuryakyn Adjustable backrest that I have. But, once I got them on, they look and work great.

Anthony - January 16, 2012

(Torrance, CA)

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Once again Kuryakyn hits a homerun

These installed in literally five minutes, after strapping them down per the instructions, they were rock solid, and motionless. Used them this past weekend for a Montreal trip. Plenty of room for a jacket, shoes, rainsuit, camera bad, documents, extra clothing and souvenirs that I bought. They also come off in about 30 seconds. They are aesthetically pleasing and the angled taper of the bags fits the look of a bike perfectly. I also have a Gran Traveler bag and the tandem worked perfectly, Once again Kuryakyn makes luggage that 'fits' the look of a bike without looking bloated. I don't know why other manufacturers don't 'get it'. Kuryakn does. As always the best service from the Superstore, not that I would expect anything less. These were at my door exactly when they said they would be.

snimbkar - August 17, 2010

(Boston, MA)

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Kuryakyn - GranThrow-Over Saddlebags

Excellent bags, but are hard to fit on the Honda Fury.

corey - June 22, 2010

(navarre, FL)