Larry (Eagle Point )
These saddle bag chap covers did seem to be well made and from quality materials. The fit on my 2013 Road King was too small and I didn't like the endless array of fastening them to the bike with Velcro. The instructions were hard to follow, and if you make a mistake, the games over with Velcro. For these reasons, I decided to send them back. Perhaps if you don't mind putting Velcro on your bags they'll work out for you.
Robert (Moncton )
The ones I got kept unlocking. Ended up with a Mustang saddlebag coming off the bike. Cost? $1000 to replace the bags. There are better products out there.
Mike (Suwanee )
Well made; fit the Cobra backrest on my '06 Honda Shadow; easy to install; arrived on schedule; good purchase.
Mike (Acushnet )
Easy to install on the Cobra sissy bar. Took maybe five minutes. Fit and finish are excellent Carry's my lunch box just fine.
john (lasalle )
If you can't figure out how to install these, you shouldn't be riding a motorcycle. The only complaint I have, is the drop on brackets should be lower to the center of the tire. My throw over bags lean in closer to the chain and rear brake linkage than I would prefer, but with some extra cordage(zipties), they work just fine.
david b (chicago )
First, I, nor my local Harley shop could mount these bags on parts provided. So, we tried to mount via the 'throw over' under the seat way and then tie down. As another comment-er stated, the bags slip and bag burned right through because it slid down onto exhaust. Highly dangerous!! The bags are held closed via Velcro, and when trying to open the bag, the bags are sloppy loose and so flimsy they are useless. They pull against each other and make opening very difficult. Opinion. Get stock bags that are bike model specific and have professionally installed.