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OGIO Saddlebags

  • Heat-resistant silicone impregnated bottoms
  • Dual zipper wide mouth openings
  • Easy attach web mounting system
  • Textured neoprene pad for paint protection
  • Two molded side pockets
  • 220 cubic inches of expansion volume on each side
  • Top organizer pocket
  • Integrated rain hood

Dimensions:

  • 10.5"h x 16"w x 8"d [ 11”d expanded ]
  • 2.6 lbs/1.8 Kg
  • 1344 Cu.In/22 L [ 1848 Cu.In/30.3 L expanded]
  • 420D dobby nylon / 600D poly / tarpaulin / textured neoprene / heat-resistant silicone
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OGIO Saddlebags 4.2 5 11 11
Perfect!!! Great solution! Didn't like my tailbag, because it was always sliding just far enough forward to annoy me. These saddlebags are so easy to install, hold so much stuff, and look so good that I could kick myself for not having ordered them sooner. Best accessory I've ever added to any motorcycle, bar none! Ogio hit another home run...I have their Mach 3 backpack and their tank bag, too. Very impressed with the quality and designs. July 18, 2014
Good looks, decent value, easy install Just want to say first, the volume is NOT accurate. I have a backpack that fits 20L from Columbia. These DO NOT pack close to 20L. Reason is that Ogio (and maybe other saddlebag manufacturers) just took the height, width, and length at the widest points. Guess what, these bags aren't rectangles. They're triangles. I wish these companies would actually test internal volume, not slap a Liter value derived by 3rd grade math. Anyway... I bought these for a cross country trip on a Honda CBR600f4i. In retrospect maybe I should have gotten something that is a bit deeper (vertically) but I will keep these because they aren't too huge to be used for short trips to the store or the office. Bottom line: built solid, mounts quick and secure, looks good. Never trust a saddle bag rain cover from any brand because rain can get in from the inside lip. I just pack my stuff in a medium white trash bag and boom! Poor Man's Kriega. May 13, 2014
Light weight, great for long rides. After owning this product for a few months now it has certainly stood up to rainy weather conditions. It's a great product for its price, I would recommend it to someone looking for durable and light weight bags. February 17, 2014
Nice bags. Bought these for my '06 FZ6. The fit was a little off due to the flared bodywork on the bike, but I was not expecting perfection from a set of soft bags. They go on easily, hold enough for a few days on the road (I would need something a little larger for a week), and are built well. I do notice a little swing out when I lean over a lot in the twisties, so I supplemented the straps with a bungee under the bike's tail. Seemed to work fine after that. Definitely a good buy for the money. October 21, 2013
Not made for rain at all..... I first fell in love wwith the capacity and easy of storage, but until this morning I had only riden in light rain so I was unable to rate the durability. I have an approx. 30 min commute to work and this morning I found myself in a downpour and upon arrival I found a puddle inside the bottom of the bag. Keep in mind I had the so called rain guard over the entire bag and it still soaked through. Looks great and fits fine, but don't depend on it in wet weather. October 16, 2013
Solid Bags These bags feel really solid and sturdy. Installation was straight forward and easy. I slap these babies on my bike 5mins after unboxing them and went for a 100mile ride. August 15, 2013
Excellent Bags I bought these bags to use on a 2005 BMW GS650 Dakar (I didn't want to spend $1500 + on hard bags) They hold a lot when expanded and fit securely to the bike; they don't bounce around at all. The retaining system is nice and super easy to setup. The sides are neoprene and are super grippy against the seat and bodywork (without rubbing or causing paint damage) They fit well and despite resting on the exhaust heat shields there has been no damage to the bags. I have not used them in the rain yet so I cannot comment on how they perform in the wet but they do come with attached rain shields and I suspect they work just fine. This is an outstanding bag and when you consider the price an unbelievable value. I would recommend these to use on any type of bike. August 5, 2013
Nice Sportbike Bags I can dump my ipad, jacket, extra shoes and helmet with room to spare. The pull out rain protector is a nice bonus. May 25, 2013
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Timothy W: Mostly to carry groceries Mar 19, 2014
Melissa T: reviews were good and the price for more storage than tank bag Oct 11, 2013
Erik L: My friend has them and I like the way they fit his bike Aug 26, 2013
Sebastien M: To visit the whites mountaints in New Hampshire Aug 16, 2013
Glenn H: Perfect size and shape to use without racks on my CB500F. I had an Ogio tail bag and like it very much, that favorable affected my choice of Ogio for the side bags. Aug 12, 2013
A shopper asked: Has anyone used these on a sport bike 2 up? Need some saddle bags for trips with the girlfriend and want to be sure there is space for her to comfortably get to the passenger pegs. These would be for my 2005 CBR600RR. Feb 4, 2014
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Russell C: I used them on a GSXR1000.

Obviously no room for pillion with the seat bag fitted as well but I was able to run the saddlebag straps under the pillion seat which would allow for a passenger.

The only problem I would see is that in the GSXR the leading edge of the saddlebags sit on the the rear pegs (ie they help support the bag) and the staps can be terminated there as well but I dont know how they would work with a CBR
Feb 4, 2014
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Michael K: I have a 2012 Ninja 650 and I have to attach these bags to the foot-peg which leaves no room for a passengers foot. so at least in my case it is not feasible to ride two up with these bags.

Plus the two straps that connect the bags are thick and wont route under the seat so they are on top and no one wants to sit on top of two thick straps.

Hope that helps...
Feb 4, 2014
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Phillip T: doesn't really work that well for sport bikes, because the bags tend to gravitate towards the back tire and you really need to use the back pegs for support to keep the bag from rubbing on the tire. I would look at a 18 litter tank bag. This works great for me as I tend not to have a passanger when comuting to work. Feb 4, 2014
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Thomas M: I have them on my 2006 fz6. They work fine with a passenger as long as you place them far enough back that they dont block the pegs. Take the specs given and measure it out on your bike first before buying them to be safe. Feb 4, 2014
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Thomas M: I have them on my 2006 fz6. They work fine with a passenger as long as you place them far enough back that they dont block the pegs. Take the specs given and measure it out on your bike first before buying them to be safe. Feb 4, 2014
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Jermiah H: She will be able to get to the passenger pegs, but not sure about comfortably. Feb 4, 2014
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Alisha W asked: Is there any way to lock these bags? Apr 13, 2014
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Alex T: There is. I use TSA locks that you can get and any place that sells luggage. I put the lock through one zipper and through the front loop. Not fail safe, but it's a good deterrent for gas stations, rest stops etc. Apr 13, 2014
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Sebastien M: Of course ! Many straps with clips are include. So you just have to fit them around some of your bicycle parts. Apr 13, 2014
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GAIL K: No. Apr 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a Ducati Monster 696.
Can it fit on? Do i need to instal a rack?

Thanks
Jul 2, 2014
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Heather T: No rack needed for these. They have adjustable saddlebag straps that go over the pillion seat. Then straps that can attach to the passenger foot pegs and if you have a rear fender/license plate, straps to attach there too. I have a Kawi ex650r and secure these bags at 4 points: saddle bag straps over seat, strap under seat, added strap to passenger pegs, and to the hooks on rear fender/license plate. They are super stabile and fit tight to the bike. Great product especially for the price. Jul 2, 2014
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Phillip T: Yes, but I do not recommend them for any wet weather even with the covers, as they still pool water in the bottom of the bag. They also wear a nice black mark on the bike, so be sure to provide a barrier between the bike and the bags. I don't use mine at all anymore and switched to the cortech tank bag /backpack. easier on and off. Jul 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: This bags have shoulders straps? May 7, 2014
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Heather T: No shoulder straps come with these bags. However, there are D rings on each end of each bag that you could clip your own onto. May 7, 2014
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Phillip T: no Jul 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would a full face helmet be able to squeeze into these bags? Feb 17, 2013
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RevZilla: The size and model of helmet will determine if it fits into the OGIO Saddlebags. The bags fully expanded dimensions are 10.5"h x 16"w x 11"d, which will fit some full face helmets like a SM or MD Shoei Qwest. Feb 18, 2013
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Tak0125: Yes, I managed to put my helmet in with expanded space. However, it looks kinda droppy when mounted on my bike. *for ogio saddle bag Mar 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do these saddlebags fit the 2013 yamaha fz6r? Jul 21, 2014
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Jorge S: Yeah, they fit most sporty type bikes. They have straps the secure it to the foot pegs as a base. They all add different flair to the bike as they fit as well. Also, if by some stroke of misfortune they don't fit, this places return policy is outstanding! Jul 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: is this bag water proof? Nov 24, 2012
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RevZilla: The OGIO Saddlebags alone are not waterproof, but they do come with a rain cover that should keep your valuables dry. Nov 26, 2012
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A shopper asked: Does the Ogio saddlebag have reflective material/piping? Oct 27, 2012
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RevZilla: The silver material on the bottom of the OGIO Saddlebag is reflective. Oct 31, 2012
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