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Firstgear Silverstone Saddlebags


  • Heavy-duty 1680D nylon and 1200D polyester two-tone fabric and carbon fiber-look panels with PVC coating and UV protection
  • Expandable from 1,836 cubic inches to 2,484 cubic inches
  • Heat-resistant base to protect bag from accidental (momentary) contact with exhaust
  • Non-abrasive/non-slip material on side walls
  • Easy-view grey interior lining
  • Sidewall and base reinforced for strength and shape retention
  • Internal side pockets
  • Right and left side compartments with additional zipper pouch storage
  • Comfortable soft-grip handle for convenient carrying
  • Reflective piping and reflective Firstgear logo
  • Heavy-duty easy-pull zippers
  • 2 bungee cords, 2 shoulder straps and black rain cover included
  • Internal and external adjustable straps with quick-release buckles to secure load
  • 18" L x 8.5" W x 12" H
  • Expanded: 18" L x 11.5" W x 12" H
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Firstgear Silverstone Saddlebags 4.6 5 5 5
Soft side luggage I already had the Firstgear Silverstone tank and trunk packs for riding around town. The colors match my FZ6. Planning to take a 2,500 mile tour to the Blue Ridge Parkway and back I purchased the matching Saddlebags. Mounting was relatively simple once I figured our to use bicycle toe straps to secure the Trunk to the Saddlebags. The Saddlebags have enough room for a helmet when expanded and comfortably hold two packing cubes. The bags are not waterproof so a plastic liner is necessary in the rain. The supplied covers billow a bit in the wind and do not protect the inside face. October 19, 2015
Love the look Have used them many times now, and they have worked great. Takes a few to install due to short rear seat. Shipping was fast and this company rocks very helpfull. September 14, 2015
Excellent luggage which served me well on multiple bikes for 7+ years I purchased the entire set of Silverstone luggage, including saddlebags, tank bag and tail bag, and have been very satisfied with their function, form, and finish. I first bought the saddlebags used and, after getting them and being impressed with the fit & finish, I was pleased to find out that Firstgear also offered a matching non-magnetic tank bag attachment base for use on bikes without metal gas tanks such as my 2008 Buell 1125R. I went ahead and purchased the larger tank bag and tail bag to complete the set. The thick dual velcro straps fit perfectly underneath the rear seat on the 1125R (and probably would also on the Buell XB12R Firebolt since it's the same design) where it clicks into the receiver for a very secure fit while still allowing a passenger to sit comfortably without even noticing the velcro straps. I've used the luggage successfully for multiple trips, including twice from WA [to NV through Death Valley] to CA and back to WA on my 1125R. The first such trip in 2008, it was POURING rain on the first day. The rain was coming down so ferociously that the rain covers were problematic as they effectively became water-balloons and retained a large amount of water underneath the saddlebags. However, the contents of the bags remained dry, so they did indeed function for the intended purpose. Other than on that trip, I've never used the rain covers and never needed to as I found the luggage to be quite sufficiently resistant to water intrusion without them. I lived in Western Washington state and put over 63,000 miles on my 1125R in 3 years' time, plenty of which was in the rain with the saddlebags on. Unfortunately, I ruined the saddlebags last year by strapping them down too tightly with different (smaller) bungee cords on my 2010 Yamaha FZ6R, causing the lower inside of the bags to make contact with the rear tire "chicken strips" once the weight of myself as rider and my wife as passenger were piled on, in turn causing the lower saddlebag surface to wear through (doh!). I still use the tank bag and tail bag to this day on my 2005 Yamaha FJR1300A and occasionally the tank bag alone on my FZ6R. However, they're such an excellent set together that I'm actually planning to re-purchase a set of the saddlebags for use again on my 1125R which help make it a very nice solo Sport-Touring machine, as can be seen in the pictures attached to this review. April 19, 2015
Expandable Bags are veratile I like the option to open the bags up to hold more or close them when not needed. Waterproof covers are another big item. Easy on an off. October 20, 2014
Firstgear Silverstone Saddlebags I love the look of these bags. They look great and go well with our motorcycle. The one thing that I do not like about the bags is how they sit on the seat of the motorcycle. The seat is wide and so the velcro straps are at the maximum length that they can be. The bags lean inward and under the seat. They only come with two bungees and it is a real trick to find a way to attach them without having them touch the pipes or the back wheel. After about 15 min. and help from another brain, we were able to secure them well enough. I hope that ones they are filled with gear, they will be less of a concern. December 1, 2008
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edwin d s: good price/ just right for the purpose Oct 21, 2015
DOUG S: I already own the matching Tank and Trunk bags but need more carrying capacity to go touring. The Silverstone bags match my bike. Jul 18, 2015
J P: It is waterproof, compatible with my gs 500 and it looks good. Jul 13, 2014
A shopper asked: do I need some kind of frame to keep them off the exhaust/out of the wheels? drz400 Mar 2, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have a Yamaha FZ6 with the exhaust running under the seat. I want to know if the heat would be an issue? otherwise should fit well. Sep 14, 2015
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Paul K: I have these installed on a Suzuki sv1000s took a little to install because of short rear seat. But have used them many times now and love them. Im not worried about heat on mine you should be fine Sep 14, 2015
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Paul K: I love the bags mine are a little close to my suzuki but it is fine Sep 14, 2015
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Jon S: Based on stock picks of your bike, I think you are OK if the straps are on your seat and not under the seat. The bungee chords that come with it are pretty long, about 24". You may want to find shorter ones to keep it from slipping around. I also suggest some 3M tape over the two mounting buttons on each straps, they can leave black marks on your fairings. Sep 14, 2015
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DOUG S: I have an FZ6 and just got back from a 2,500 mile ride with these saddle bags. Heat is no issue what so ever. The bags are not waterproof and the supplied covers leave the inside face exposed to splash off of the rear wheel. I put my cloths in 2.5 gallon zip locks, 2 each side to solve the issue. Sep 14, 2015
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mindy j asked: Hi, I have a 2011 Suzuki S40, will these work or are the to big? Jul 9, 2015
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Jim H: Hi Mindy,
I bought these for my 06 Yamaha V Star 1100 Classic and they fit perfectly. The only consideration I had was for the depth of the bags since both my exhaust are stacked on one side. There was a 12 inch clearing from the top of the fender to the top of the exhaust, which gave me about an inch and a half clearance. Hope this helps.

Jul 10, 2015
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Jon S: Based on pictures of a S40 I don't think these bags are a good fit. Looks like they will bump into the tail lights. I think these are designed more for street bikes like my CBR500. They are perfect on my bike. Jul 9, 2015
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A shopper asked: is there any special mounting hardware you need in addition to the bags? Apr 1, 2014
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Steve L: No other mounting hardware needed.

Heavy duty velcro straps and bungee cords (included) can be adjusted to fit most any width seat. I've used these on a Suzuki Bandit 1200S and 1250S.

Good bags; I recommend them.
Apr 1, 2014
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DANNY V: No, not really. all you need is included with the bags. They are really nice and attaching them to the bike is very straight forward. Apr 2, 2014
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A S asked: Does the Velcro straps go over the seat or under? Jun 3, 2015
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Kaz B: I have the Velcro straps going over my seat. There are bungee cords that go under the seat or tail section and attach to eyelits on the bottom of the bags. Jun 3, 2015
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Jon S asked: Will a laptop fit in them? Apr 4, 2015
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Jason S: Yes it will, though if you are going to take it on a long trip, you will want to pull the hard drive out Apr 4, 2015
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Jon S: Thank you. Do you ride a cruiser or sport bike. I have a sport bike and am looking for better alternative than wearing a backpack on my 20 commutes to work. Apr 4, 2015
A shopper asked: Will this work on a harley sportster 1200? Feb 8, 2015
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Kaz B: I've not tried it,
But the top Velcro straps extend a lot and the bottom bungee cords can be used in various configurations. I'm sure you could make them work for your sportster.
I will say that I absolutley love these bags, they surve me great on a near daily basis and did great on a 600 mile weekend trip.
Feb 8, 2015
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A shopper asked: The picture only shows one bag, do these saddle bags come in pairs? Feb 13, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, the Firstgear Silverstone Saddlebags come as a pair, one for each side. Feb 14, 2013
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A S asked: I have a Yamaha FZ6 with the exhaust mounted under the seat. I was wondering if this will burn the straps etc? Otherwise should fit no problem. Sep 14, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is there anyway to buy a new rain cover? My saddlebags only came with one. Jul 29, 2014
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