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LaRosa Straight-Back Solo Side Bag For Harley Dyna
LaRosa leather is some of the finest in the industry.They make their Straight-Back Solo bag for Dyna riders who don't dig the angled-back version. It's got just enough room to get the important stuff in there, and snuggles up to your fender in a very unobtrusive way.
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Erik R:This question is kind of old, but if you're still looking at this bag, yes the straps are long enough to go around the detachable sissy bar (see the answers to the question about how they mount, too)Sep 9, 2015
Rooster P:There are three leather straps with buckles on the back that you loop through the bracing coming back from the shocks. Only two can be connected on my Fat Bob. I love the bag and the look, but I wish LaRosa would redesign the connection with boarder straps and maybe something other than leather. Should be a way to attach/detach this bag securely, especially for the cost and for maintenance and cleaning of the bag. Its not easy to cinch the buckles up high and tight and I may add an extra hole or two to get it up another inch.
Its good quality, but it takes a little finesse to mount and you should take a good look and see if you can improve how secure it mounts. It is not just a "buckle it on and take off" kind of installSep 7, 2015
Erik R:I agree with Rooster P's answer. I just got one of these for my Street Bob and was thinking the exact same thing - good quality bag, but it was awkward to buckle the two narrow straps at the top behind the bag (which have two-pronged buckles like the front) and I have no idea where the third one would connect, so the bottom is not secured. It's on there but feels kind of loose. There were no included installation instructions. Guess they figure it's self explanatory.Sep 9, 2015