Cortech Sport Saddlebags

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    Cortech Sport Saddlebags
    • 1680 Denier ballistic nylon construction for durability
    • Protective heat shield on lower section of bags helps to prevent pipe burn (minimum clearance of 2" required)
    • Neoprene strap and side pads help to protect the motorcycle's finish
    • Zippered side pocket on each bag
    • Scotchlite 3M Reflective Tour Master logo & striping
    • Internal support panels
    • Quick release mounting system
    • Rain Covers included
    • Convenient carrying handles
    • TPR zipper pulls
    • 12"H x 15"W x 7"D

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    New cortech bags

    No regrets. Just rode with my new cortech mini tank bag, cortech sport saddle bags and cortech tail bag system. I love it! Recommend this to anyone. Gsxr 1000 K4 limited

    Patrick - October 23, 2012

    (Etown, KY)

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    saddle bag

    Great fit, easy on and easy off. 1500 mi. ride down the coast of Ca. and back, stayed where I put them on my Bandit 1200. Very nice.

    Casey - October 17, 2012

    (Rancho Cordova, CA)

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    Great removable saddlebags

    These bags work perfectly for me on my '09 Suzuki GSX650F with a Sargent aftermarket seat. Had to adjust the straps holding the saddlebag together to their shortest point to clear rear turn signals, but they worked nicely and the right bags clears the high mounted exhaust pipe by 4 inches or more, so no heat problems. Have not tried the bags with stock seat.

    Kennneth - July 13, 2012

    (Thomas, WV)

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    Great bags.

    I've had these bags now with the tail pack for 5 years and use them on week long excursions (1-2 times a year). They are holding up great. Easy to attach to my 1200 Bandit. I've never had a problem with them opening (even when stuffed) or falling loose. Adding on and taking off is less than a minute. Only complaint... saddlebags should be expandable as at times a little more space would be great.

    Andrew - March 01, 2012

    (Aurora, ON)

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    Pretty decent for the money

    I have had these bags for over 2 months, and I can honestly tell you that they are awesome bags. The mounting was easy and reliable, you might have some trouble with clearing the tail lights. The other problem that I saw was how the bags scratched my paint. The plastics on the back tail of my motorcycle got scratched pretty good. On the bags defense, I didn't use the provided buffer, but still it scratched it pretty bad.

    Andres D. - December 08, 2011

    (Colorado Springs, CO)

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    So Far So Good For SV650

    With only one weekend trip of 480 miles total, I can't give a valid durability rating but they seem to be constructed well. I bought them to use with my 09 SV650. I bought the Cortech Tailbag first which is more than half full of rain gear. They attach easily and securely on my bike. I would not hesitate to purchase Cortech products again. 5 Star service from Motorcycle Superstore. Prompt shipping, good packaging, and good prices.

    RT - November 16, 2011

    (North Edwards, CA)

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    nice looking bags weak zippers

    These bags were a cinch to install and fit my bmw k1200s very nice, and look great. On my first ride the double pull zipper pulled loose on interstate and I lost a small jacket. Thinking this just wasn't zipped up right, I tried it again. It remains zipped until you load and reach hwy speed. The last time it cost me a tail of the dragon $20.00 tee shirt. I only put small amounts in them now, so as not to put pressure on zippers!!!

    terry m. - November 04, 2011

    (abingdon, VA)

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    I should have bought the Givis.....

    I bought these because of their price and the fact that I had the tail bag already from another bike. During the first rain day I lost the rain cover to one of the side bags. I guess it's like they always say, you get what you pay for and pay for what you get!

    Greg - November 04, 2011

    (Atlanta, GA)

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    Good bags with fitment issues

    You should really go to a store and try these on first. They do not fit my 2009 zx-6r very well, and today they flew off on the freeway. I'm still trying to get them to sit right, they sag a lot, especially under my fender eliminator and press on the turn signals. Also, due to getting hit by some tires, there's a couple holes in them now, but that was expected. Time to go back to the drawing board and see if I can get them to fit right.

    Alex - October 19, 2011

    (redwood city, CA)

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    saddlebags

    Unfortunately, the bags did not fit my RoadStar Warrior very well. I attached them as instructed, with previously purchased tailbag, and made a trip from B'ham AL to Panama City Beach, FL. When I got there, one of the four snaps had completed ripped out, and one of the bags had been slightly damaged from rubbing against the tire. Hopefully vendor will allow return for credit because it appears a tailbag w/luggage rack will be a better fit for my bike.

    Chuck D. - October 10, 2011

    (Birmingham, AL)

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    ninja 250

    Just got these and took them on a 700 mile trip and they worked out great. I used them with the tail bag and had tons of storage. I have a 2010 ninja 250 and put in a integrated tail light so they could fit on properly since the rear turn signals were completely smashed by the bags.

    Lea - September 26, 2011

    (Medford, OR)

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    They look and perform very well

    I bought these bags for my 2010 Triumph Bonneville and took them on a 3,200 trip from Maine to Kansas City and back. They performed very well. The quick release strap system is great while traveling and these integrated perfectly with the Cortech Sport tail bag.

    Jason - July 13, 2011

    (Hampden, ME)

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    Cortech Saddle Bags and Top bag

    Great bags. Fit and installation easy. They expand easy to carry more gear (cargo). They are also easy to remove during travel. Have not used the rain covers yet but they store easy in the bottom of the bags and top bag. Great add-on to any bike without bags.

    Mark - July 07, 2011

    (Kinston, NC)

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    They're good, but have some irritating problems.

    First off they've got a lot of capacity, great for long hauls. However, they’re kinda flimsy, and they sag quite a bit. Along with that, the poly/rubber stuff that's supposed to protect your paint, didn't protect mine on a long haul, plus after just a few times in the rain, it's started to decompose. The worst part is, the rain covers are liable to blow off on the highway, no matter how tight you secure them.

    Kirk - April 29, 2011

    (Grand Rapids, MI)

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    Cortech sport saddle bags

    This is my second set of these bags. The first set began to fall apart at the seams after almost 2 yrs. They had also turned gray from fading. For the money and being able to expand the size, which I need occasionally since I ride to work and go for long rides they work great.

    Lisa - April 28, 2011

    (tulsa, OK)
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