Kuryakyn Tour Trunk Roll Bag

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Kuryakyn Tour Trunk Roll Bag - Black

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$152.99 MSRP $169.99

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Kuryakyn Tour Trunk Roll Bag

Designed to rest on the luggage rack or sissy bar rack, the Tour Trunk Rollbag features a large clamshell-style lid that opens wide for easy access to packed items. A hook-and-loop closure secures the front flap. A retractable locking device lets you lock the bag to the bike. A cargo net on the inside of the lid keeps weather-proof items handy. Made of 1200 Denier and leather, the Rollbag holds its shape even when empty. Looks great on Dressers!

  • Included Items: Bag, Retractable Cable Lock, Mounting Straps & Rain Cover
  • 10" Tall x 12" Deep x 19" Wide
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  • Item # 8085
  • SKU #78095
  • Mfr. Part # 4142

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The bag is a little smaller than I would have liked. The d-rings used to hold it down on the rack are hidden under the velcro side pockets not easily found like they are in the pictures. It looks like it will be durable but the top does not close tightly or evenly. If you're out in the rain or dust at all, use the included rain cover. Overall, a nice little bag, but not up to the standards I expect from the premium priced Kuryakyn line.

Doug - November 12, 2008

(Milwaukee, WI)
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