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This exciting new style blends tradition with a modern, teardrop shape for a look that perfectly fits today’s cruisers. Besides looking great, the streamlined shape allows stock turn signal locations to be used, eliminating some of the hassle of mounting other saddlebags. These bags include solid adjustable mounting brackets and hardware needed to fit most popular cruisers, including those with hard to fit forward mounted turn signals.
Cruis’n line is clean, smooth and stylish.
A yoke is included for over-the-fender mounting, or easily take the yoke off and hard-mount the bags using the included chrome Saddlebag Supports
Chrome saddlebag supports and mounting hardware are included, so you don’t have to buy anything else.
Tear drop shape clears most stock turn signal locations.
Turn Signal Relocator bracket included for those harder-to-fit bikes.
Unique forward opening lid stays open for easy access to the bag’s interior space and freeing up both hands for loading your gear.
Included yoke and smooth, rigid backside allows easy installation on most bikes; can also be used with Saddlemen Quick-Disconnect mounting kits.
Rigid bag construction holds its shape even when empty.
Large internal elastic mesh pockets for maps, etc.
Zippered yoke attachment removes bag quickly, carry handle included.
The over the fender yoke is designed for easy removal for either rigid or quick disconnect mounting as desired.
Harley Davidson VRod Fitment
Attempted to install these on my 2013 Harley Davidson VRod Muscle. The muscle has a larger, wider rear fender than the standard Vrod Night Rod which caused these to have more fitment issues than possibly you'd encounter with the Night Rod.
That being said, there was insufficient cut out for the rear shocks, throw over strap wasn't near long enough to go over or under seat and the universal mounts included just flat wouldn't work with the mounting points/hardware on the bike.
That being said, good fit/finish on the product, appeared sturdy.
July 21, 2014
great looking bags
I replaced the older leather saddlebags on my 1999 Yamaha Road Star. I tried the easy, over-the-fender approach but I wasn't happy with the results.
I then used the included hard mount kit and the results are fantastic. I love the look and size of these bags.
I was going to add the quick-detach option but opted for the bag liners. Now when I arrive, I can simply pull out the liners an use the bags to go buy beer.
I can't speak to durability and the install was less than simple but in the end I'm very happy with the bags and with RevZilla.
July 30, 2012
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Michael S:I have a Honda 750 Spirit. I had to shop around and get chrome or stainless steal hardware to extend the bags away from the frame further, and I cut a portion of each bag top and re sewed it to fit over part of the frame to close properly. Then I was (am) happy with the bags.Sep 27, 2013
AliB:The Jumbo size Saddleman Cruis'n Teardrop Saddlebags have an external dimension of 20" L x 12" D x 6.5" W. You would need to take a measurement of your specific laptop to see if this saddlebag can accommodate it. Laptops come in so many dimensions these days, that it is impossible to generalize with a "yes" or "no" to your question without measurements of your laptop.Nov 8, 2011
A shopper asked:I would like to be able to permanently mount my bags on a frame, but be able to use a quick release to take the bags and misc equipment with me rather than leaving it on the motorcycle.Jun 28, 2011
love the shape of these bags. Very Sleek :) Im riding an XL1200CA and dying for a pair of saddlebags. Any idea if this will fit nicely? Does this comes with the Shock Cutaway Design, for bikes equipped with twin external shocks, so it will be more streamlined? or there will be abit of space from the frames?
David S:I am not familiar with your bike, but these bags are very versatile. I did a permanent mount instead of the fender strap. You can adjust the spacing from bag to bike with chrome spacers that come with it. Relatively easy to install. It came with the universal fender bracket . I didn't know this and paid $40 for one before hand.
I have these bags on a 2007 Honda Shadow with external shocks.
I had to move my turn signals. This only took an hour.
I am disappointed with the plastic clips that lock bags, as they come off frequently.
Over all, they are well designed, easy to install and have a clean look.Dec 8, 2013
RevZilla:The Saddlemen Cruis'n Teardrop Saddlebags should fit your Kawasaki Vulcan 500 in size large. The bags come with universal chrome supports, which you may need to adapt or purchase additional hardware to effectively use them.Jan 17, 2013
RevZilla:There is a Saddlemen Cruis'n Teardrop Saddlebag to fit your Shadow. Saddlemen recommends a Jumbo size bag for your bike, and also the installation of a pair of saddlebag brackets. They do also note that the rear turn signals will require relocation in order to run the Cruis'n Teardrop OR any other aftermarket saddlebag, although we at RevZilla have seen some home-brewed examples that did not require major motorcycle modification to fit depending on the components selected. Because the riders who have undertaken this task did so in a spirit of ingenuity, we aren't able to provide you with a list of known parts that will fit.Aug 21, 2012
RevZilla:These bags should fit your bike, which we confirmed with Saddleman. Also, the bags pictured in the sample photo are the size Large, to see a picture of the jumbo bags please visit the Saddleman site: http://www.saddlemen.com/en/products/bags-luggage/saddlebag-families/express-series/saddlebags/teardrops/teardrop-saddlebags
Additionally, the product image is the photo provided by Saddleman, and they were not able to confirm which model Harley was used for the photo shoot. With that said, it does appear to be a new model Sportster, but again we are not able to confirm this.Aug 8, 2012