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Willie & Max Introduces Leather Swingarm Bags

Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Willie   Max introduces new leather Swingarm Bags designed for the minimalist rider.
Willie & Max introduces new leather Swingarm Bags designed for the minimalist rider.
New from Willie & Max, these compact Swingarm bags are constructed using 100% Full Grain Brazilian Leather shaped to accent the unique Softail or Sportster swingarm. They’re perfect for storing essentials when on the road while maintaining the uncluttered flow and style of the frame. The tough hand-sewn leather exterior not only gives them the strength to perform well for years to come, but also makes them highly weather resistant. They’re engineered to withstand cold, heat and water for use in all road conditions.

The new leather offering measures 10.5” x 11.5” x 4.5” with two fitments sizes: one for the Harley Softails, Yamaha Road Star, Kawasaki Vulcan 900, Suzuki C50 and other similar models. The second fitment is designed for Harley Sportster style or custom hard tail style bikes. Both fitments are offered with a matte black buckle or a chrome buckle to match your style. Installation is quick and easy with the added Speedwrap Hook and Loop ties provided with the bag.

Tough, durable, ergonomically designed and engineered with the needs of serious riders in mind Willie & Max swingarm bags are Made in Wisconsin, USA and come with a Dowco limited warranty.

Suggested retail price is $149.99.

Manitowoc, WI based Dowco is a leading manufacturer of products and accessories for the marine and power sports industries. Power sports brands include Willie & Max, Fastrax, Iron Rider and Rally Pack motorcycle luggage, Guardian motorcycle, ATV, UTV and PWC covers, Willie & Max luggage and Dowco boat covers, bimini tops, enclosures and accessories. For more information, please visit www.willieandmax.com

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hotrail13   June 18, 2014 08:34 AM
If these are the same style and design as those sold by Harley they look fantastic. You can actually put quite a bit in them. The downside, make sure whatever you put in them does not mind getting wet. Between the four rather large strap slots in the back and the fact that the flap crosses over the bag instead of in the front where the water comes from, if you get caught in the rain, everything inside gets soaked. If you don't think to check inside after a rain, your leather gloves, cut offs, dew-rag and any other material objects will take on a nice mildew aroma. It is a shame because the placement is great, and they look good. Did they mention this is for solo riders only? mounting requires removal of passenger peg.