Covering Your Touring Hard Saddlebag Lids For Looks Or Protection

It’s no secret that Harley-Davidson® touring riders have a reputation for putting hard miles on their baggers. It often means scuffed or scratched hard saddlebag lids… Whether you want to hide those battered saddlebag lids or wisely protect their showroom immaculate look, these covers from Mustang Seats may be what you are looking for. Especially because the pattern matches the ones of their seats, from plain smooth black to fancy chrome or pearl-centered studs, or diamond stitch, deluxe style, carbon and the Perewitz Signature Series for only $139 per pair.
These form-fitted lid covers are made from the highest quality expanded vinyl and are uniquely designed to fit snugly with no wrinkles, unsightly straps or Velcro tabs.  As with all Mustang Seats, lid covers are designed and individually hand-sewn in their New England facility. Available for 97-13 and 14-17 Harley TourersL  At Mustang Lids  (samples for review or bike builds)

2 Responses to “Covering Your Touring Hard Saddlebag Lids For Looks Or Protection”

  1. 1 the slob Apr 4th, 2017 at 9:40 pm

    i ride a 2001 FLH with 135,000 miles under me…the cure for my scuffed up lids:took the lids off and to a shop that sprays pickup truck bedliners..that shit is tough as nails and as a bonus keeps the fat chicks from slidin around back there

  2. 2 calif phil Apr 5th, 2017 at 7:47 am

    I need to get some of these to match my surprisingly comfortable Mustang DayTripper seat.

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