About The Product
The Classic Tour Bag is not your traditional roll bag. Place it on your luggage rack and securely fasten it to your sissy bar with its wide hook-and-loop strap. Place it on your passenger seat and it is perfectly sized to provide lumbar support for the rider. With its large center hatch and zippered ends you can gain access to the main compartment from almost any side. Expand the end compartments when you need that extra room and pack away. The weather is little threat with traditional Kuryakyn weather resistant construction and new self-sealing zippers. For those severe storms simply throw on the fully protective rain cover. The Classic Tour Bag provides ample protection for your items.
Features and Benefits
- Zippered ends and large hatch allows access to main compartment from almost all sides
- Expandable side compartments provide extra room when you need it and keep the bag narrow when you don't
- Waterproof zippers with large glove friendly pulls
- Convenient shoulder strap makes it easy to carry into the hotel after a long ride
- 1200 Denier construction for durability
- Wide hook-and-loop belt securely attaches bag to any backrest
- Semi-rigid construction provides support so the bag retains its shape even when empty
- Included Items: Bag, Shoulder Strap, Two Adjustable Universal Straps & Rain Cover
- Dimensions: 11" x 21" x 12" (Expanded: 11" x 24" x 12")
- Capacity: 2,772 cu.in. / 45.42 L (Expanded: 3,168 cu.in. / 51.9 L)
About The Brand
K�ryakyn has been in the business of improving and beautifying motorcycles since before many of today's riders "ran 'er through the gears" for the first time. Unlike a large segment of the industry, they learned that the bandwagon usually doesn't lead the parade. K�ryakyn innovation breeds well thought out parts that work, fit, and most of all, look great! Each K�ryakyn accessory is intended to look fantastic by itself, but is usually a member of group of parts that combine to create a "look". This allows each rider to add accessories a couple at a time, or go for the full complement all at once, without the end result looking like an arbitrary hodgepodge of parts that can leave you wondering if they were all supposed to go on the same bike.