The Nelson Rigg CL-855 Touring Saddlebags are the perfect match for your adventure / touring machine. These aren't your typical leather saddle bags, these guys are made of top quality Tri-Max® ballistic nylon with Fibertech accents. Don't worry about your stuff getting wet, you get a Rainstorm cover that fits perfectly over your new CL-855 Touring Saddles bags. Features -Securely mount using wide Velcro® straps and quick release buckles -External buckles for compatibility with our tank/tail packs -Heat resistant under panels -Convenient easy access outer side pockets -Can mount directly to most OE and aftermarket saddlebag racks and grab rails -Front mesh pockets -Made from top quality Tri-Max® ballistic nylon with Fibertech accents -Bag maintains shape, has reflective piping and a lined interior -Highly reflective webbing with a lined interior -Adjustable shoulder strap and heavy-duty zippers with pull fobs -Protective pad prevents slipping or marking bike -Includes a Lifetime "No Hassle” manufacture warranty and rainstorm cover - Sold as a Pair(1 left, 1 right) Main compartment measures: -15”L x 9”W x 13”H -Holds: 28.76 Liters per side
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Great, now what do I do with them?
from Forest Hill, Louisiana
Comments about Nelson Rigg CL-855 Touring Saddlebags:
Looked great when they arrived. Then I found that the straps (large velcro straps) had been sewn on incorrectly. I cannot attach the saddlebags to my bike without completely reworking these strapsBike Bandit agreed to take them back but,I must pay the shipping to return ($53.00). Perhaps I'm being too judgmental but I am not very happy right now.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Velcro straps sewn incorrectly with hook to hook.
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VELCRO STRAPS SEWN INCORRECTLY WITH LOOP TO LOOP
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