Chase Harper Phoenix Saddlebags

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Chase Harper Phoenix Saddlebags
  • Top access main compartment with 3 fold-down protective flaps, plus full outside zipper pocket storage area for papers, etc.
  • Over-the-seat Velcro® brand closure attachment with two cinch straps per bag for a secure fit
  • All sides, top and bottom padded with .25" foam insulation
  • Rugged Cordura nylon outer construction with pack cloth interior lining
  • Capacity: 12" x 6" x 9" (per side)
  • 75 cubic feet or 21.2 liters of space
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Good for sport bike.

C - September 21, 2012

(toledo, OH)

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Great for the price!

The back deck of my Honda Big Ruckus is too wide for the Velcro flaps on the saddlebags, so I had to make a large extension (about a foot by a foot of double sided velcro) which worked just fine. A little more adjustability on the frame loops would have been nice, but they worked ok. Now I can do my Costco shopping on my scooter! I love that they are insulated. I haven't used them in a downpour yet, but I think with all the flaps and the insulation they should be fairly waterproof. No extra pockets, but my tail bag has those.

Ria N - October 6, 2009

(Lummi Island, WA)

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Chase Harper Phoenix Saddlebags

The Chase Harper Phoenix Saddlebags, like the Chase Harper 750 Compac Tank Bag I purchased at the same time, are seemingly very well constructed, with tough materials, tight seams, and proper rain guards. I normally ride with only the tank bag, and haven't yet made the trip for which I purchased the saddlebags. However, I've checked out the mounting system. It seems to adapt very well to my smallish bike frame, but has amply long straps to adapt to a larger bike (for those who nevertheless wa

Rod Moyer - August 9, 2007

(Prescott, AZ)