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Steven B: Great bag at a great price, and FAST shipping from Revzilla of course!Mar 28, 2015
Colin C: 1. Sized right for what i wanted, not too big, not too small. 2. Carrying handle. 3. Velcro strap to secure around passenger backrest. 4. Rain cover.Feb 21, 2015
Michael C: To match the larger lower pull out handle luggage piece that originally came with it.Aug 27, 2014
DAVID L: SHOPPING FOR A SMALL DAY BAG PLUS LOVE THE FREE SHIPPING!!Jun 28, 2014
Peter C: I wanted a bag that was small enough and looked good enough to leave on my Softail's tail rack. The bag is rigid so it kept its shape when empty. Big enough for errand items like some quick groceries or small hardware purchases etc. Bonus is its big enough for overnighters.Apr 24, 2014
Richard J: I seen this bag at local HD shop and it's perfect for me for what I need it for. Nice side pockets for easy access and good size center storage. I wanted low profile so that also swayed me to this style. Will fit perfect on my FXDWG on my existing luggage rack. Also like the stiffness of the bottom leather. Other bags I've owned drooped over the sides of the luggage rack not looking so good. Seems to be pretty rugged.Apr 7, 2014
Bill S: Like the side pockets and the fact it keeps its shape if not completely full. Very easy to attached to trunk rackOct 2, 2013
Alan K: as an addition to Saddlemen luggage I already have, priceSep 10, 2013
A shopper asked:Says it attaches to seat. How does it attach to the seat without a backrest? ThanksSep 18, 2013
Christopher P:Sorry for the delay in answering your question. I am using it on top of a luggage rack on a trunk case. No issues. But, for a backless seat, any bag may prove difficult to attach. You would likely be looking at loosening the seat bolt in order to get the straps under the seat for a confident attachment. The good news is that there is plenty of strap length on this bag to get the ties around just about any available element - including you. I imagine you could use the straps to rest it on the seat behind you and run it around your waist. An alternate idea may be to get a small cargho net, also available on Revzilla, to do a quick latch to your backseat strap over the top of the bag. The bag itself is perfect. Small enough to tie about anywhere, large enough for spare denim, few shirts, socks, and skivies.Sep 23, 2013
Robert S:It will very likely attach to your seat, even without a backrest or a sissy bar.
Just get creative with all if the attached straps--you can loop them around anything or through anything. Perhaps if your bike has no area around which you can circle a strap, then if may be hard, but for me...they really over killed it on the attachment options. Besides the huge, long Velcro belt to wrap around a sissy bar, then there are attachments for included straps with heavy duty snaps on the end--one at each front corner, and one on the back. Those work best for me. If those aren't enough there are convenient D-rings you can attach bungee cords to. So many possibilities to attach, I think it would work anywhere!Sep 18, 2013
George S:The bag comes with several adjustable tie-down straps that can be clipped to D-rings on the sides and bottom of the bag and looped under the pillion seat or secured to the bike frame. They can also be attached to a luggage rack, if you have one. There is a large velcro strap that wraps around a backrest, too. This bag has many pockets to carry small items and a large center section that fits my rain gear, extra clothes, lunch, camera, etc. i never ride without it.Sep 18, 2013
Douglas D:Used it for a year....none in the rain...mostly in the heat ....fabric faded and some stitching came loose like it was cheap thread...did not attach it to any other bag...my guess is it should not be that had to do...l bought Kuryakyn bags this year...no fading and they attached to one another...a much better bag.Aug 26, 2013
jim a:i really dont know if it will or not.The 1300 comes with extra stranps and also has adjustable straps but ididnt see place where they would attach to the 3400 sorry i couldn't be more help..Aug 30, 2013
James N:It's designed primarily to go on a sissy bar, but we put it on the passenger seat of a Ninja 250. It had enough attachment options that we did not have to modify it for that application. I can't answer your question directly, but I think it will mount to pretty much anything. Nice bag - very useful. Mar 2, 2015
36Bananapie:Yup, it has a nice one tucked in a mesh pocket under the main lid. The rain cover has a strap sewn to it that I am not sure of the functionality, and a perimeter cord with an adjustment tab that keeps it hugging the bag.
Robert F:It will not store a full face helmet. The interior dimensions are large enough to hold many full face helmets but the opening to the storage space is too small to get the helmet inside.May 12, 2014
RevZilla:Per our discussion with Saddlemen, the rain cover is designed to fit the bag in all configurations. With that said, it is a much tighter fit when the bag is fully expanded and if the bag is over packed it may barely fit.May 17, 2013
Michael M:My laptop will not fit & it's a pretty standard size. Maybe a smaller notebook would fit. Great quality. That's the only thing I didn't like about it. Couldn't fit some books or any 3 ring notebooks when I was in school. Aug 9, 2014
Thanks Michael! It looks like a great bag and would pair well with larger Saddlemen bags for longer trips, but I was really hoping to find something that would hold a laptop to use to commute to and from work. I guess I'll have to keep looking. Thanks again!
Aug 10, 2014
Krista K:Alan, the opening is 8 x 10 inches (8 wide, 10 "high"). Unless you have a pretty small laptop, I don't think it would fit. My 15" laptop wouldn't fit in the bag even if I could get it through the opening.Aug 10, 2014