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Tour Master Select Saddle Bags

  • Heavy duty, 600 denier Carbolex® and 1680 denier ballistic nylon construction
  • Adjustable mounting yoke can be permanently mounted under the seat of some motorcycles
  • Bags have removable neoprene layers to help protect the motorcycle
  • Hinged lid provides easy access to the main compartment and offers additional storage space
  • Phoslite® dark colored reflective piping provides nighttime visibility
  • Convenient carrying handles
  • Internal support panels hold the shape of the bag when empty or full
  • Rain / dust cover is included and easily stores in the lid mesh pockets
  • External side pockets offer additional, easy-access storage space
  • Integrates with Tour Master® Select Tail Bag
  • 15” L x 5.5” W x 11” H (12 liters each bag)
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Tour Master Select Saddle Bags 4.3 5 13 13
Day trip bags They are not huge but for a day outing they would be fine. The rain cover is held on with a draw string. One of mine came of the first time I used it so be careful when putting them on. November 26, 2015
Passenger seat and footrests are still accessible with the saddlebags attached Easy to install and versatile. I can attach it under the seat and to the frame, allowing me to use the under seat storage without having to mess with the saddlebags. Has good reflectivity for nighttime visibility. The semi rigid frame allows you to use it even if it is empty. The neoprene padding protects the finish on my Suzuki. It comes with rain covers and a carrying strap. Slim profile doesn't result in a loss of MPG. I am not sure how well the rain covers would hold up at highway speeds. If not using the tail bag with it, then a passenger can still ride and plant their feet on the foot rest with the saddlebags attached. I have been pleased with all of Tourmaster's products in regard to the durability of their material and this product is no exception. October 12, 2015
Solid bags for commuting and small trips I pretty much leave these attached to my '01 SV650S all the time. They're a little on the small side, and are nothing amazing to look at but they ride well and stay in place. The webbing between the two bags is fully velcro and super adjustable. It's also really wide, so I'm confident they won't be pulling apart, or away from the bags any time soon. The last set of soft bags I had lasted about 2 years and 40,000 miles or so before they came apart at the seams... The beefier straps, more robust stitching, and smaller size of these tourmasters leads me to suspect I should get a little better life out of these ones. You practically can't "overstuff" these ones, which helps them last longer. As of this review I've had them for a few months, and maybe 7,500 miles or so. So far, so good. September 21, 2015
medium size throw over bags Honda cb1100 mounted, perfect size for the weekend overniter. length of the bag meant I did not have to worry about rear turn signal relocation or cramped rider legroom. frame mounted bag supports not needed on my application build quality is good May 4, 2015
Great Bags for the 'Bird. The exhaust placement on my Honda Blackbird precluded lots of the saddle bags I researched. These Tour Master bags fill the bill perfectly at a realistic price point. Zipper placement ensures easy access and structural padding means the bags maintain their shape when underway. Lastly, installation was a breeze because the velcro bag yoke could be adjusted until the bags fit perfectly under the seat. Winner! July 14, 2014
Small capacity with several install options We bought this one for installation on a 2012 Honda Silver Wing scooter. We found the best option is to re-work the straps so that added patches on each strap allow them to wrap around the passenger grab handles and stick to themselves. We bought velcro strips at the cloth shop to attach mating pieces. We also added snaps available at Home Depot to each strap for added security. Complaint about the bags is the relatively poor quality of the supplied rain covers. April 21, 2014
Quite competent I was looking for a simple and functional pair of bags for a 1982 Virago 920 - a bike that (in 1982) was considered a poor man's tourer. Combined with a Tour Master sissy bar bag and a tank bag, these bags provided ample storage for my wife and I to take a long weekend excursion. We hit one down pour and the bags, with rain covers, kept things dry. I am pleased. April 8, 2014
Ok... I got these bags to use on a CBR250R, which doesn't have many other options. The bags themselves are fine, but they just don't mount in a way that is great on my bike. There isn't any inner support on the bottom of the bags, so they tend to pull in - together toward each other, at the bottom of the bags... This might not be the fault of the bags, but they aren't engineered in a way to help it. A stiffer backing on the bags, or an interior bracket, or a side to side brace, or SOMETHING could be done to help... So, if you have a bike where you will be able to secure the bags downward with the straps, then these should work well. If your bracing straps are inward, then be prepared for disappointment... May 20, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Mike T: I was looking for storage that did not require a model specific mounting system. Aug 24, 2015
william r: Looks like the right ones for my VFR800fix. Dec 21, 2014
Sandra A: I hope it will fit bike and not need side supports. Aug 30, 2014
Kenneth I: good value; current gloves are on deathbed or offer insufficient protection Aug 4, 2014
Brien G: Price and style. Previous experience with Tourmaster Mar 26, 2014
R I: Wanted extra storage without the bulk of big hard cases. These worked great on my 03 Concours. Great bags for the money! Oct 17, 2013
A shopper asked: Will this product fit a 2012 Triumph Bonneville? Is there a method to lock them to the bike or lock them closed? I want some easily removed that doesn't require hardware attached to the bike. Aug 12, 2013
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david c: The bags have quick release fasteners. They adjust to about any bike so they should fit what ever you have. As far as locking them to the bike or the compartment. Its not going to happen. I leave mine the bike and have had them going on about a two years and haven't had a problem with needing to lock them. If so I undo the quick release and carry them with me. If you are looking for something that you can lock get the top bag. It can be secured under the seat and a padlock can be put on that one. Aug 12, 2013
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Terry S: Not sure, I ride a suzuki v-strum. I hang them over the rear part of seat. They come with male and female straps. You need to be able to find four places to secure female straps on your bike. Keep in mind these are the small bags. Have to be tight or bags will flop around while riding. They can be adjusted , make sure they will not rub on rear tire. I had the larger tour master bags wore em out. I liked them better. Aug 13, 2013
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richard j: you can adhere these bags to your Triumph fairly easily but locking them may present a problem. If you just place them over the passenger seat and take them with you (if possible) which is what I do, when you've parked, (because they're small and light) this seems to be the best solution to your questions. Aug 17, 2013
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Terry S: Forgot to answer your question. Can't see any way of locking them to your bike. Aug 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi, i own a suzuki gladius (SFV650A to be exact) i am planning to buy this saddle bag. Do i need to instal a bracket for the saddle bags, or i don't have to? Nov 5, 2014
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Sergio N: I have a Ninja 500r, and I had no problems attaching my saddlebags. The two straps that go across the tail are adjustable, so if you keep their length pretty short, the bags will rest against the tail without getting close to the rear wheel.

Does that help?
Nov 5, 2014
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Christopher H: I have a xj600s seca 2. I did not use any bracket just the straps that came with the bags. They got perfectly and I have no problems or complaints. I ran the straps in my locking seat. Nov 5, 2014
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Khairul N: No bracket necessary. The straps that come with the saddlebags are sufficient to secure them to your bike. (: Nov 6, 2014
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John B asked: How does this saddle bag actually get fitted to the bike, i.e. are there any mounting brackets or does the bags hang loose? Nov 21, 2015
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Sandra A: I used an idea posted on a CTX forum .... I bought shelving brackets ..zip-tied those to the bike and then attached the bags to the shelving brackets with zip ties. Granted, it doesn't look the best but the setup has lasted over a year. I am basically a daily commuter but this setup did last on a trip from TX to KY and back. Nov 21, 2015
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Eric L: Mounts using nylon straps. No brackets included. Nov 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: I'm looking at the dimensions of this bag and it says: 15” L x 5.5” W x 11” H (12 liters each bag). The Coretech 2.0 dimensions are 16.9”L x 6.7”W x 10.2”D (36 Liters per Bag) only a few inches difference, but 36 liters vs. 12 liters? I'm not good at math, but one of these can't be right. Do the Coretech Bags really hold 3 X as much as the Tourmaster? Thanks for the help! Jan 21, 2014
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Terry S: I see what you mean. I can tell you that the Cortech 2.0 expand to 16.9x9.2x10.2. My math is not so good either, still doesn't add up? I had a earlier model of the Cortech bags (wore them out) that held much more. May still be able to find on eBay, Craig's list etc. I ride a v-strom and go for a couple of weeks at a time. These tourmasters are a little small for me. Hope I helped at least a little? Jan 23, 2014
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david c: I personally wouldn't worry about the math. You can tell they are not very good at math as well. I do know for certain that the Tour Master saddle bags are a good size, and for a sports bike the largest I would go. The Tour Master's don't get in the way while riding but getting on and off the bike would be more difficult if any bigger. Jan 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: will a 15 inch laptop fit comfortably in this saddlebag? Feb 26, 2013
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RevZilla: The dimensions of each bag are 15” L x 5.5” W x 11” H (12 liters per bag). Thus, as long as your laptop doesn't exceed these dimensions in the length and width then you should be able to fit your laptop into the bag comfortably. Feb 28, 2013
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NinjaH: If it is the size of an Apple Air, yes. Anything else will be hard. The zippers won't close completely, so use a backpack for that (a small and light one). Sorry dude Mar 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this bag work with a cruiser (in my case a 2002 Honda Shadow 750)? Or, is the equipment designed for sport bikes only. Aug 9, 2012
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NinjaH: This actually works on cruisers too. My friend has a 09 Harley 1200 Nightstar and it is fine. Cruisers' exhosts are very low. You might have to play around a little bit to keep straps out of specific parts when not using the bag. But it works. If you have a pass. seat. you might have to run the top straps under the seat to have it secure on the bike so it doesn't slide backwards. I would use the bolt of the suspension in the front strap and the chrome designs on the tail section to tail the rear straps Mar 25, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, the Tour Master Select Saddle bags will work with cruisers as easily as it does with sport bikes. Aug 9, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hi,

I need your help, i lost my rain covers, can you tell me where can i buy them again?

Mar 21, 2015
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Patrick E: Have you tried the manufacturer? Mar 23, 2015
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Dean A asked: I just purchased these bags for my 2013 KLR-650 will i have any issues with installation? Aug 20, 2014
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Richard E: As long as you have mounting racks, there should be no problem. Love mine. also on a KLR Aug 26, 2014
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george k asked: It looks like these are expandable bags but there isn't any description of that. Do they expand and what are the expanded dimensions? thanks. Dec 9, 2013
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Angela A: George, the bags aren't 'expandable' in the traditional sense. However, the outer pocket will remain compressed until filled with items. The are great bags with the perfect balance between soft & hard side/ materials. Dec 9, 2013
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george k: I think TM came out with a newer version that do expand. I'm waiting on a confirm from them. thanks Dec 9, 2013
A shopper asked: May I know the dimensions of the box that this is shipped in? Dec 14, 2012
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RevZilla: The dimensions of the shipping box are as follows:

Dec 14, 2012
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A S asked: I have a 2012 Suzuki S40. Would these bags work on it? Aug 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a 1985 BMW K100 RS. Do you know if these saddle bags will work with my bike? Will any extra mounting brackets be required?
Aug 13, 2014
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