Military Canvas. For Some, The New Leather…

1larosa2larosaRooted in authentic military apparel and gear, and Hipsters preferred fabric for their backpacks, heavyweight canvas is slowly entering the motorcycle world and occasionally replacing leather for motorcycle saddlebags, seats and tools pouches. Don La Rosa from La Rosa Design now offers, in addition of its leather lineup, heavyweight cotton canvas for motorcycle saddlebags, a solo seat and a front fork tool bag, all designed to fit all years HD Softail models

The Army Green with Brown Leather Star Canvas Softail Saddlebags ($124.99) are available for the left and right side of your bike. They are made from a 24oz. water proof military grade canvas, use high-quality stainless steel hardware and for reinforcement feature a thick leather backing and straps to ensure durability and shape retention over time. A matching Army Green Canvas Front Fork Tool Bag ($84.99) universally fits on all Harley-Davidson front forks and uses the same durable canvas, hardware and leather reinforcement as the saddlebags.

3larosaLa Rosa Design also offers a Brown Leather Star Custom 16″ Classic Police Solo Seat ($264.99) measuring 16″ by 17″. It features a visible black seat pan, uses ultra comfortable high density foam filling and is covered with 24oz, water proof military grade canvas. Each seat comes with a front mount t-bar with swivel bracket and a set of 2″ or 3″ left and right springs. It fits all Softail models (Note: the La Rosa Design Solo Seat Conversion Kit is required for some applications). The matching Rear Passenger Pillion Pad ($99.99) is made of the same Army Green Canvas and incorporates the identical foam as the solo spring seat. This pad features a firm foundation that enhances both its comfort and durability. It mounts to any rear fender with six suction cups for universal fitment. All made in the USA. La Rosa Design, a510-567-4157 (dealers and distributors welcome)

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3 Responses to “Military Canvas. For Some, The New Leather…”


  1. 1 Knucklehead Oct 22nd, 2016 at 8:27 am

    Still have my military saddle bags. I took them off my bike years ago. The swing arm unbeknownst to me had wore a hole in the primary side a bungy cord got caught in the chain and I went down doing about 40 mph.

  2. 2 calif phil Oct 22nd, 2016 at 8:30 am

    I like them. I think they will sell very well.

  3. 3 Brent Oct 22nd, 2016 at 11:47 pm

    Look cool… very Vietnam military in design

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