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Cortech Super 2.0 36-Liter Saddlebags

Whether you're commuting to work, or taking a long weekend trip, the Cortech Super 2.0 Saddlebags are the perfect companion. Made from sturdy 1680D ballistic polyester with 1800D twill Jacquard weave side pockets, the Cortech Super 2.0 expands from 18 liter capacity per bag to 25 liters per bag. If you find you need to carry even more, the quick-release mounting system easily connects to the Cortech Super 2.0 Tail Bag. The soft interior protects your easily scratched items, and the included rain covers keep them dry. When you are ready to ride the roads, the Cortech Super 2.0 Saddlebags are the first thing you'll grab.

Features:

  • 1680 denier ballistic polyester and 1800 denier three-lined twill Jacquard weave side pockets with a polyester backing
  • Protective heat shield on lower section of bags and back piping (minimum clearance of 2” required)
  • Protective non-slip, non scratch diamond pattern strap and side pads help to protect the motorcycle’s finish
  • Two-tone red and black soft interior lining
  • Zippered side pocket on each bag
  • Phoslite reflective piping
  • Internal support panels
  • Quick-release mounting system connects to Cortech Super 2.0 Tail Bag
  • Reversible main closure zipper sliders allow for concealment when closed
  • Locking zipper sliders and expandable main compartment increases each bag’s capacity
  • Rain covers included

Dimensions:

  • 16.9”L x 6.7”W x 10.2”D (18 Liters per bag, 36 Liters total)
  • 16.9”L x 9.2”W x 10.2”D (Expanded, 25 Liters per bag, 50 Liters total)
4.3 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.2 / 5
Features
4.2 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4.4 / 5
Fit & Finish
4.2 / 5
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4.3 / 5.0
68 Reviews
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Bang For The Buck
4.2 / 5
Protection & Durability
5.0 / 5
Features
4.2 / 5
Comfort
5.0 / 5
Style
5.0 / 5
Ease Of Install
4.4 / 5
Fit & Finish
4.2 / 5
Durability
4.3 / 5
Air Flow
3.0 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
3 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Turned my CBR into a decent commuter.
I commute 50 miles round trip almost everyday on my CBR250R. The previous owner sold me the bike with Cortech's Super 2.0 Tailbag which I liked but could only really fit my lunch bag, office shoes, and a few other small items. I needed a place to stuff my rain gear and read that these saddlebags were designed to link up with the tailbag. So I went ahead and purchased them...
The good... They are pretty roomy. I can easily stuff my rain jacket and pants, rubber overboots, waterproof gloves, and bike cover in them and that is without expanding them. They are somewhat water resistant in very light rain. You need the included waterproof covers for anything heavier but the covers work well. They look good once I added some saddlebag supports (see below). The tailbag & saddlebag setup works well. When I get to work, I unclip the tailbag and take it with me. The saddlebags stay put. Once initially installed, they are fairly easy to remove if you need to take them with you though.
The not so good... They really need to be a couple of inches deeper or made more rectangular to be really effective for a commuter. I can't manage to fit a binder or a decent sized laptop in the saddlebags. There is not much security since they are simply strapped to the bike and have simple zippered pockets. If you leave your bike out in the elements, you need to remember to install the waterproof covers if rain is in the forecast. Otherwise you will come back to soggy bags and possibly wet contents. When I first installed them on my bike, the bottoms of the bags really tilted inwards towards the rear tire. I rode that way for a few weeks and never noticed any contact with the tire. However, it looked pretty sad. I managed to find some saddlebag supports for my bike that work great. Now the bags look like they were designed for the bike.
Overall they work decently for my purposes. They are no substitute for hard cases but they are also much less expensive.
September 25, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2012 Honda CBR250R ABS
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Ease Of Install
3 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Small Saddlebags
I purchased the saddlebags and tailbag. I wanted small bags... and that is what I got. You better want small bags if you choose these. The bags seem well constructed and have a good appearance. The four quick connect belts from the tail bag to the saddlebags work great. When I don't have the saddlebags on and the tail bag is not expanded, then I loop those four belts through the luggage rack and connect them into the four receiving quick connects on the sides of the tail bag... very secure mounting. The tail bag has a good handle for carrying the tail bag as luggage when needed. In order to carry my laptop (11" x 8"# I need to expand the tail bag. I had the tail bag on in a heavy rain for a couple of hours and the rain cover, stored readily available in a back pocket, kept the inside dry. I double plastic bag the stuff inside anyway #belt and suspenders mentality# but never have to whine about wet stuff. What would I recommend to Cortech? I added two grommeted holes through the bottom of the bag so that I could run a security wire from inside the bag out one grommet holes around the luggage rack and through the other grommet hole back into the bag to the lock. Does not make it theft proof but no one can just pick it up and walk away with it now. That way I don't feel like I have to carry the bag around when I stop somewhere. The rubberized cover on the bottom of the bag seals the grommet holes from dirt or weather during use if you are thoughtful about where to locate the grommet holes. I bought the security wire from Philadelphia Security Products. I also put a grommet hole above the main compartment zipper pull #in that neat zipper nest space# and drilled a hole in the zipper pull, so I could put a lock on that. Use one of those TSA type luggage cable locks. Again, it won't stop someone from cutting the bag open or somehow otherwise working at stealing my stuff but at least they won't just unzip it and walk away with my iPod and GPS and other valuables when I leave the bike for a few hours. The tailbag is a good day bag and I can fit tools and other stuff in there no problem. I am less impressed with the saddlebags. Need to expand those to just to make it through a weekend if you carry tools and raingear and normal amounts of travel-in-comfort stuff. I need to come up with something for attachment. I drape them over the luggage rack and use the supplied quick connect belts front and back. It is sufficient but not elegant. I need to find a way to secure the connecting bridge of the saddlebags to my luggage rack. I put three grommets through that connecting bridge so when I loop the security wire though the luggage rack I also loop it through the saddlebags connecting bridge grommet holes. Same rationale... someone cannot just walk away with those now either. Generally happy with these. I looked and looked on line and at stores before I purchased these and never found anything I liked better that had a small footprint and as good of build quality.
August 27, 2012
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
New bags
I put these on my Honda Phantom. I was worried on how they would look. I think they look great. Nice to finally not have to wear a back pack. Plenty of room for most of my stuff. I don't think my riding coat can fit, but I have not tried yet either. If it gets warm, I want to ditch the jacket. I bought the 10L tail bag to go with it, to balance the look. Awesome combo. My only regret is I should have gone with the 24L tail bag, maybe. The saddle bags are heavy duty quality. They should last a long time. I don't ride in the rain, so that should make them last even longer. Hopefully the UV rays don't weather them too much. I like the fact they are expandable too. A little more wiggle-room for some larger items. For the price, these things really can't be beat. An awesome look, and the reflective piping makes me even more visible than ever. The picture attached is the initial fit, nothing really locked down and it's in a bad position and lighting. I do like the looks of it on my cruiser. I wanted to attach it because I only ever saw sport bikes with these bags. So I thought maybe other cruiser guys might want to see what they would look like...
October 12, 2015
Ride:
2012 Honda VT750C2B Shadow 750 Phantom
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Exactly what I was looking for
I'll start by saying that I've only taken these out on a couple of overnight trips, with some longer rides coming up soon so I'll try to update.

Bags are well put together and really easy to install. My one gripe is that after riding for a while, the straps seem to loosen up a bit, but it hasnt caused any problems. With these, a tankbag and small backpack my lady and I can easy carry enough to get away for a few days.

Conveniently also fits a 6pack in each side with room to spare for snacks.
September 30, 2014
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Ease Of Install
3 / 5
Durability
1 / 5
Already falling apart
Bought these for my cross Canada trip. That was 1.5 month ago, and it was no longer than 4 weeks before they started to fall apart. I did not buy it through revzilla, and I wish I'd save my proof of purchase. It is an easy process to put these bags on the motorcycle, yes. BUT, raincovers are not that easy to put on in the *right* way. After couple of days in the rain, these covers would start flaking off from the inside (like these old cheap backpacks usually did), therefore not providing much of the protection. After two weeks, the elastic straps holding the cover on the bag ripped off somehow (during the ride), so the cover flew away, and I did not notice that before the end of a day, when I finally stopped.

The zippers.. poor quality! Right now (after 1.5month) one of them is practically unusable.

Ballistic nylon.. well.. the fabric started to stretch,and separate it's threads around the zipper after like 3 weeks. Then it became so weak, that part of the zipper would separate itself from the fabric. I'll try to provide pics later.

The shape of the bags.. the way the bags are shaped makes them hard to use for anything than work commuting. You have literally no chance to stuff all these things you'll need for 1+month journey. I ended up using my old 55liter backpack as my main 'stuff container', and used these bags mostly for carrying fuel canister (1.24 gallon fits well), tools, chain lube.

Overally I cannot overstate how *unsatisfied* I am with these bags, and I certainly discourage you from buying them.
August 3, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Great for the price
Awesome saddlebags. Had to fiddle with them to get it right but they're cheaper than hard bags.
April 27, 2016
Ride:
2014 Yamaha FZ1
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Buy these bags!
I highly recommend these saddlebags. I use them on my 2001 Kawasaki ZRX 1200R. I have to turn them around backwards so as to clear the exhaust, but I still like the way they look even being on the bike backwards and there is plenty of room between the bottom of the bag and the exhaust. I also purchased the tail bag to go with the saddlebags and all together, they make a really nice set. I made a ride down to the Texas hill country with a couple of my friends and was able to carry everything I needed. We got rained on during the trip, but using the included rain covers, my bags and everything inside them stayed perfectly dry.
September 15, 2015
Ride:
2007 Honda FSC600 Silver Wing
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
These bags are well designed and constructed to be useful and long lived considering that they are made of heavy clothlike material
We had purchased a pair of Tourmaster bags for use on our Honda Silver Wing 600. After one 800 mile round trip, it became obvious that the capacity was insufficient for two people to use for several days. These bags are more than two times larger and have design features well ahead of the Tourmaster. The extra pockets, attachment straps, heat shield and durability are impressive. In both cases, we modified the bags so that their attachment straps could be folded back on themselves and attached by both velcro and snaps bought at Home Depot. Now we have the needed space for those several day trips or changes of clothing, and rain suits for a full day out in any weather.
May 12, 2014
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
Overall great, but depends on bike
These bags are well-constructed and seem very durable. They hold a lot of gear. They come with rain covers that work well. As to installation, I can only speak to them when combined with the matching tail bag. They aren't difficult to install, but it does take a few minutes to get everything lined up and tightened down correctly. Could be harder on some bikes depending on the subframe and what you have available for tie down points.

The caveat of these bags is that they can be a little hard to install on sportier bikes, especially with under tail exhaust. I didn't have one of the bags adjusted just right and over the course of a day's ride it led to the bag slipping down a little bit and melting onto my plastic fairing. Keep well away from exhaust and make sure the straps stay tight!
April 4, 2016
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
3 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Good choice
These saddle bags are a good choice for some casual storage. Cortech also make some other bags that work well with the saddlebags, like the tail bag and tank bags. Their instructions aren't so good. The photos are very close up and b&w making it hard to tell what they are trying to show you. The text doesn't make it any easier. But the installation isn't that difficult so it is easy to figure it out. They don't affect the handling of my motorcycle and stay put and don't move around.
May 4, 2015
Ride:
2015 Honda CB500F
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
Looks nice and hope the quality too, helps for my trips.
P R on Oct 12, 2016
Good build, Great price.
Jymie H on Sep 21, 2016
Looks nice and hope the quality too, helps for my trips.
P R on Oct 12, 2016
My bike has a older version of these and they were recommended to me by you guys are
Bob F on Sep 22, 2016
Good build, Great price.
Jymie H on Sep 21, 2016
Good looking
good review
good value
Tim A on Sep 19, 2016
Looking for something reasonably priced and durable. Have been very happy with the Cortech Low Profile Tank bag so far.
High5 on Sep 8, 2016
They offer flexible mounting solutions
CAPITAINHORNDOG on Aug 1, 2016
I needed saddlebags this was something different and newer it fit and work fine
Arthur R on Jul 28, 2016
Well made, fairly compact. Good room to carry the necessary extras..
CUTig on Jul 18, 2016
My wife and my son have bikes with no bags. The wife has a Honda Shadow 650 and my son has a Suzuki SV650. The bags will interchange when needed. Like the looks and the features. I don't plan to be disappointed
Timothy H on Jul 17, 2016
Excellent review by Revzilla. Also, good reviews by previous purchasers.
William S on Jun 19, 2016
I wanted saddlebags.
Shawn H on Jun 9, 2016
I liked the way they looked, and the review video + other YouTube videos showed how easy it was to install.
Kalin M on Jun 5, 2016
going on 1200 mile trip to the Dragon, this looked like the best option and value
Tim L on Jun 4, 2016
I need more storage while riding
Steven M on Jun 1, 2016
Don't want to shell out 1000 dollars for hard luggage
R O on May 15, 2016
Looks like what I need to use
Steven F on May 7, 2016
It's got very good reviews and it will integrate very nicely with the cortech tail bag I already use for day trips.
" " on May 2, 2016
Saddlebags work great with the tail and can be lifted off the bike all at once when it is all attached together.
Larry C on Apr 28, 2016
Seems to be a good value to meet light storage needs.
marc c on Apr 26, 2016
quality and it matches my tank bag. If I need more room I will buy the tailbag.
David M on Apr 24, 2016
EASE OF USE, SHARP LOOKING SET-UP WITH TAILBAG & QUALITY OF CORTECH PRODUCTS
J E on Apr 6, 2016
Seemed a lot of V Rod riders use this.
Benjamin L on Mar 9, 2016
Bought these for moto-camping. I keep all my food and whatnot in one bag and clothes in the other. Plenty for a weekend trip. I later added the top-bag, which is made to clip into these, and it works great.
J J on Mar 3, 2016
Stylish design for my 2015 Ninja ABS unlike I have seen in Australia!
Kym K on Mar 2, 2016
I have the tank bag and am very happy with ii
ACTATA on Feb 27, 2016
Easy to install and remove
Pedro S on Jan 28, 2016
By a search that I did, and videos from your site, itâ??s so helpful.
Ricardo G on Dec 4, 2015
needed some extra storage for those long trips and these are well built and function perfect
david p on Nov 7, 2015
Fits my riding needs.
Bring back Anthony! I want to be excited about the items I purchase.
Thanks.
Skeeter on Jul 30, 2015
I need storage for some longer rides but don't have the $ to drop on hard panniers right now.
Mark B on Jul 17, 2015
i have the tail bag and am going on a trip needed more storage space
Cale G on Jul 2, 2015
After looking at all the options they ahd for saddle bags, and reviewing online forums and videos these seemed to be the best fit for me.
Jeremy C on Jun 11, 2015
Needed something to carry things on my Ninja 1000 and this did the job very well.
Robert G on May 14, 2015
I NEED/WANT saddle bags but not willing to dump $700+ for hepco becker hardbags
Timothy P on May 4, 2015
Needed storage for long trips.
J E on May 4, 2015
A gift request.
Ed J on Dec 18, 2014
Commuting on 2009 Ninja 650r
Albert F on Dec 5, 2014
good reviews
Brian M on Nov 12, 2014
Functionality, good reviews, and decent price. Plus if it doesn't end up fitting my 2014 gsx-r750, I know Revzilla has an excellent return\exchange policy.
Mathew B on Sep 6, 2014
Features, build quality and European styling that should look great on my 1978 BMW R100S. The last thing you want on a vintage bike, are saddlebags that don't fit the look.
Matt S on Jul 24, 2014
Had it before and liked it
Rob H on Jul 17, 2014
highest rate, waterproof, aerodynamic shape
Vlada O on Jul 11, 2014
Wanted to start motocamping this summer and needed luggage. These have the most carrying capacity and come at a VERY affordable price. They're probably not as good as OEM hard cases, but they're definitely much cheaper and don't require an expensive bracket either. Just a quick note: The waterproof dust covers are NOT waterproof. A friend of mine learned that the hard way, haha.
Nicolas C on Jul 9, 2014
Got it to match the Cortech Super 2.0 18-Liter Magnetic Tank Bag.
Jeff B on May 23, 2014
They review well and I want to be able to carry more than just my wallet when I go for a ride.
David C on May 15, 2014
So I could ride the bike to the store or work and actually carry something.
Michael D on May 9, 2014
Got this and the tail bag because they are integrated and I don't have to guess if they will work together on the bike. Love Revzilla products, prices, free shipping and great videos.
Richard S on Feb 26, 2014
Extra storage, worked good
Jair S on Feb 24, 2014
great price & they look sporty on my cbr500r. they also clear my akrapovic exhaust with no problem.
robert f on Jan 29, 2014
Touring with a ducati monster
Jacob B on Jan 27, 2014
My bike has a older version of these and they were recommended to me by you guys are
Bob F on Sep 22, 2016
Good looking
good review
good value
Tim A on Sep 19, 2016
How can these bags be 36 liters per bag? 16.9" x 10.2" x 6.7" works out to about 22 liters, assuming it is rectangular, which it isn't, so it's actually something less than 22 liters. Even the expanded size would be only 30 liters if rectangular. How do they get by saying they are 36 liters each? Revzilla guys?
Wayno on Nov 15, 2013
BEST ANSWER: just got these worrying about the same thing ... seriously... these things are huge!! any bigger, get a gold wing and carry a trailer... put the tail bag on it too, and carry a weeks worth of clothes, emergency layers, and rain gear!! :)
Can a pillion still seat on the bike with those saddlebags on? I'd like to mount them on my Aprilia RSV4. Thanks
Em65 on Jun 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hum, I don't know what a "pillion" is, that's a new word to me, but I think a person would have a problem reaching the pegs unless they were extremely bow-legged. Guess it depends on how far back you can install the saddlebags.
Hi there, guys!

I have a quick question regarding fitting the saddlebags on my bike. I have Ducati Hypermotard 1100S which has two undertail mufflers with side carbon covers to the left and right of the passenger seat. How should I put these saddlebags on? I fear that there will be a lot of downwards pressure from the bags which will be transferred to my carbon muffler covers from the sides.
A shopper on Sep 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It was me, just a bug that I did not ask a question under my account.
I have a 2013 kawi zx10r, I know product is suppose to be universal but would like any input. thanks?
A shopper on Oct 30, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I have a 2013 Ninja 650 and recently purchased the Cortech Super 2.0 saddlebags and tailbag. They're great bags, plenty of room, expandable and look great on the bike. The only thing I found is that you may have to do a little trial and error when mounting them. I had them on initially for a few days but they didn't seem to sit quite right. I took them off, looked at all of the different places to latch them to, and the second time around they sit better and are attached more strongly to the bike. Good luck!
Hello
I'm trying to decide which Saddlebags to buy for my KTM Duke 200. The options are the Cortech super 2.0, Givi EA101 and Nelson Rigg CL-950. Can you recommend me which one is better of the three?

Thanks,
A shopper on Aug 30, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I have the Cortech bags and am very satisfied. I used them on 2 long trips (2000+ miles) this year and last. When expanded, they hold a considerable amount of gear and are easy on/off. I also like the side pockets for items I access frequently and discovered the rain protecters work well. I ride an SV650s and would definitely recommend these bags.
I have an R1 2010 with stock exhaust. My concern is will this bag melt, or cause problems with it due to the large dual under exhaust?
Daniel M on Feb 26, 2014
BEST ANSWER: They are going to lay right up against the exhaust literally touching it I would say maybe not the best product but the inside of both bags have a heatshield One of mine inside I don't mean literally inside just a part of the bag that faces the bike
Do these bags require a side mount/bracket system of any kind to keep them stable?

I am trying to decide between these and another brand which does require a side pannier.
chris y on Feb 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No - mounts/brackets are not required. The span of the bags over the seat is adjustable (wide velcro straps). The front of each bag has a strap with a loop to go around passenger foot pegs (or somewhere on the rear frame). The rear of each bag connects together, laterally. The strap can be run behind the license plate or another convenient location. What you do need to be sure of is that there are no rear turn signals etc. that may interfere with the location of the bags. They worked well on my BMW R75/5, but can't be fitted to my R nineT, because of the turn signals.
Will these saddlebags fit a Honda Rebel?
Gerald S on Aug 11, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I would say yes...they are universal and have adjustable velcro straps over the seat and adjustable snap-straps that attach to the frame, etc.
Are these bags able to be secured via lock somehow?
A shopper on Jan 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: No, they are not lockable. I don't know why Cortech designed them without a padlock in mind.
Will these saddlebags fit a Honda Rebel?
A shopper on Aug 11, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I bought them for my son and his Kawi ZX6R and a weeklong trip we were doing together. I am not familiar with the attach points on your Rebel, but we were able to securely fasten the panniers and top bag to his bike. Plenty of straps are integrated with the bags and they did not shift. Overall quality of the bags is very good.