Saddlemen New Universal Teardrop Smooth Saddlebags

Today’s cruisers are streamlined and need bags with a matching feel. For a modern look, a teardrop shape is the name of the game. Besides looking great, the streamlined shape allows stock turn signal locations to be used, eliminating some of the hassle of mounting other saddlebags. These bags include solid adjustable mounting brackets and hardware needed to fit most popular cruisers, including those with hard to fit forward mounted turn signals. Unique forward opening lid stays open for easy access to the bag’s interior space and freeing up both hands for loading your gear. Rigid bag construction holds its shape even when empty. Lockable twist lock closures and padlocks included Chrome saddlebag supports and mounting hardware are included, so you don’t have to buy anything else. Saddlemen.(V-Twin Expo Booth 357)

4 Responses to “Saddlemen New Universal Teardrop Smooth Saddlebags”

  1. 1 Nicker Jan 14th, 2009 at 11:33 pm

    Sure beats balancing a six pack, in a brown paper bag, oh your lap.


  2. 2 steveb Jan 15th, 2009 at 7:01 pm

    it would be cool if someone figured out a COOL alternative to the classic HD bag shapes.
    Like the batwing, the HD bags are *perfect* and all of the aftermarket units I’ve seen either look like copies of the HD designs or they look weird…just not right.

    This in my so humble opinion, is one of those instances, looks off, a bit weird, too modern-retro, plasticky to my eye…….

  3. 3 Biker Bob Jan 19th, 2009 at 12:46 pm

    How about a stripper on the back holding the six pack, who knows, she might come in handy later on.

  4. 4 David Jan 19th, 2009 at 11:28 pm

    Little do people realize that the aftermarket manufactures design and manufacture the bags which SteveB has noted? The after market manufactures are who keep the OEM’s creating these fantastic products which are so well noted as well as financing there development. In many cases they even inventory the items as OEM’s are constantly concerned about inventory turns and bottom lines. You should know this SteveB! Thanks should be given to the aftermarket manufactures of all items, to criticize them is naïve. That is my humble opinion

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