Corbin’s Smuggler Trunk for 2007 – 2013 Victory Vision

corbinvision2Fans of the Victory Vision have a new option to improve the overall look of their preferred tourer while adding convenient storage. The Smuggler Trunk is artfully designed and color matched to your paint by Corbin to improve look while adding convenient storage.

Pop open the door and you have access to over 15 liters of locking storage. Everything in this Smuggler trunk is secure and let you access daily essentials like iPads and Netbooks without having to dig for them into the side bags. Slick details like the center “Vee” shape makes it look like belonging to your Vision.

corbinvision1Corbin’s patented molding process and exclusive materials create a part with very minimal variation from piece to piece. This allows Corbin’s wizards the ability to design a very close fit to the factory bodywork. Smuggler is then hand-finished and custom painted with quality materials from companies like PPG and House of Kolor (depending of color selected).

corbinvision3Up front, the enhanced ergonomics create a perch that provides long range comfort. For those chilly morning rides, the Corbin seat has optional electric heat that operates with a conveniently located switch on the left side. Installation is simple and it wires directly to the stock Victory wiring. 

The bucket is dished to emulate the shape of your body and along with the Smuggler bump pad, provides eight inches of vertical back support. This gives excellent comfort for longer range.

Neutralized seating helps to curb sliding in the saddle which greatly reduces rider fatigue. Corbin includes your choice of color options for looks from the outrageous to the stealthy. The 

Smuggler comes fully lined to help protect your cargo and cushion some of the road noise. Naturally, the door opening is fully weather stripped to guard against foul weather as well. Locking door keeps things secure and simple to access. Front saddle and Smuggler install on the bike as one-piece with a Corbin designed latch system. All required brackets included. MSRP: $877.00 to $987.00 with heating system. Corbin Seats 800-538-7035

17 Responses to “Corbin’s Smuggler Trunk for 2007 – 2013 Victory Vision”

  1. 1 BobS Apr 7th, 2013 at 10:25 am

    That’s pretty slick but taking an 800 lb touring bike and converting it into a solo cruiser seems like something of an enigma to me. But it does look good.

  2. 2 Seymour Apr 7th, 2013 at 6:05 pm

    Yup that works. Good job Corbin.

  3. 3 Bigfoot Apr 7th, 2013 at 10:30 pm

    This is a very cool look, and it’s great to have choices to customize your VV. That being said, my wife and kids would not be impressed. A small part of me bought this bike so they could enjoy motorcycling as much as I do. Keep up the forward thinking Corbin

  4. 4 Iron Horse Apr 8th, 2013 at 6:18 am

    That’s one of the most seamless add-ons I’ve seen in a long time. Great job Corbin.

  5. 5 Moore Sensible Apr 8th, 2013 at 6:37 am

    Improves the look of the bike overall to my eye, and more storage is always a plus on a rig that size. Well done, Corbin.

  6. 6 Doc Robinson Apr 8th, 2013 at 7:16 am

    Sweet – as always Mike.

  7. 7 fuji Apr 8th, 2013 at 7:16 am

    outstanging idea on a worthy motorcycle

  8. 8 fuji Apr 8th, 2013 at 7:43 am

    Doc Robinson .

    Way to go. Have new found respect for you.

    I’m surprised of your comments of late. Positive.

    I thought that you were so up a Harley’s tail pipe you couldn’t see the rest of the market / world

    Life is good when diversity is present in the market place. I see new enthusiasm in motor market. All brands.

    life is dull when everyone eats old vanilla ice cream because of social pressure

    I wish you well

  9. 9 Vinnie Apr 8th, 2013 at 8:52 am

    Great idea, FUGLY bike…

  10. 10 Tooj Apr 8th, 2013 at 11:31 am

    Enigmatic, but I’d sure like to have one for my Cross bike…

  11. 11 Jack Apr 8th, 2013 at 12:58 pm

    I just spoke to George Jetson via video phone and he is PSYCHED about this.

    Pretty slick add on, just not a fan of the look of the bike and my Hoover has a better exhaust note. I will say that does handle really well though.

  12. 12 Blackmax Apr 8th, 2013 at 3:43 pm

    What can I say ????
    This is either the bike you love or the bike you hate with a passion
    The people who have them absolutly luv them & would not trade you 2 H-D’s for it
    Seems kind of dumb to turn it into a solo seater,but hey,
    look in any Harley custom mag & you see guys doing the same thing

  13. 13 BobS Apr 8th, 2013 at 9:03 pm

    Very true Blackmax. Although sometimes I can’t decide if I love or hate the looks, but nobody ever accused me of being normal. I do find it entertaining when someone feels the need to tell me how ugly they think another bike is. Quite often it’s the same guy that proclaims they don’t care what anyone else thinks. If they really don’t care what we think why would it be so important to tell us what’s ugly?

  14. 14 spaz Apr 10th, 2013 at 11:47 am

    Jack, my Hoover sounds better than a stock Harley, or any other stock bike for that matter, Of course, MY Vision is equipped with Arlen Ness Big Honkers and has such a deep, thoaty exhaust note that makes most other bikes sound like a child’s toy. Just sayin’… So combine my awesome sound, superior horsepower and torque, superior handling and lean-angles, superior comfort and balance, and oh yeah, my ride is 20% more American parts than an HD, and the Vision wins again. see you in my rearview mirror, bro!

  15. 15 Charlie Apr 11th, 2013 at 8:37 am

    nope !!!!! its ugly How about a backrest and luggage rack that’s all we want

  16. 16 Woody's Apr 11th, 2013 at 10:33 am

    Getting past the “my bike is superior to yours” stuff, maybe we could all step back and look at the actual article and consider Corbin’s goal of making a new product for a bike. Once again, Mike & his crew hit it out of the park.

  17. 17 Steve The Producer Johann Apr 11th, 2013 at 11:55 am

    Having spent time with Mike at his shop, I can say that Mike has the forward thinking needed to keep things alive and well within the aftermarket world. This is just one more bit of proof of said forward thinking.

    Mike, I’ll bet you guys will be building some sweet gear for the upocoming 2014 Indian before Polaris has had time to say “We should have done that!”

    Great job Mike, time for another interview

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