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    Rating 4.32 of 5 (7 Reviews)
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    Tour Master Select Lid Pack

    Features:

    • 600 denier Carbolex outer shell
    • Messenger style shoulder strap
    • Accommodates most street motorcycle helmets
    • Zippered main compartment with inner protective cover
    • Protective, internal shield storage pocket
    • 11.5” L x 9.5” W x 21” H (14 Liters)
    • Item # 35094
    • SKU #315372

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    Overall Rating: 4.32 of 5

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    What Other Riders Are Saying...

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    Great bag

    The helmet bag is very nice, great lining and zipper cover. My XS Arai Signet Q is pretty snug in it, but for my helmet it is perfect.

    Colin - April 02, 2014

    (Langhorne, PA)

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    Great Purchase

    Don't have to leave my gear on my bike or carry in my hand anymore. I have 4 helmets ranging from M - XL, GMax - Scorpion, buckets, 3/4 and full faced and they all fit in this bag. It even has a compartment to put an extra shield. Was kinda' wary based on some of the reviews, but glad I ignored them. I fit any one of my helmets with my vest and gloves and still have ample space for extra. GREAT BUY!!!

    Shae - February 26, 2014

    (Savanah, GA)

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    A great shoulder bag for a 3/4 helmet

    I can't fit my 3/4 helmet in my saddle bags. I wanted a sturdier bag than the cloth bag that came with my helmet to log around. This bag is exactly what I was looking for. Size is perfect for a 3/4 helmet, might be perfectly fine for a small full face, might be tight or even too small for a XXL full face. As always MOTORCYCLE SUPERSTORE ROCKS! Free shipping and I got my bag in two days!

    Gerard - February 28, 2013

    (Chico, CA)

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    Tour master helmet bag

    What I was expecting! Perfect fit

    Luis P. - November 05, 2012

    (Miami, FL)

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    Works good

    The bag itself works great for standard full face helmets. However if you have a very large, modular helmet where the frame of the helmet is larger than most it may not fit. Works great for my AGV k3 full face helmet, and my gfs z1r monsoon helmet. Nice soft interior, with soft stuff on inside of zipper. Straps work well, and zipper seems good. So far no complaints. Don’t know about the guy who posted his shoei wouldn’t fit, my full face fits fine, but not my very large modular Bell Evo 2, no biggie.

    Chanse L. - October 09, 2012

    (Gatesville, TX)

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    WARNING! This is not for full face helmet!

    Description states: "Accommodates most street motorcycle helmets". No full face helmet can possibly be forced into this bag. My Shoei Qwest can't be stored, nor carried with this bag, I can't even zip it closed with helmet inside! This bag is limited to half helmet, or three quarter helmet only. So, be aware when you buy this bag. Otherwise it's a good product though.

    Nick - September 28, 2012

    (NYC, NY)

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    Basic Helmet Bag

    If you need a basic helmet bag that you can carry like a backpack, then this is it. My biggest complaint is the straps where it attaches to the bag started tearing after four carries of just a helmet. So I took the bag to a local alteration shop and the fixed the problem and sewed it up nicely. Also, this will barely hold a full size helmet. No room for anything else.

    JRW - September 21, 2012

    (San Antonio, TX)
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