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Niche Wheel Trolley Motorcycle Saddle Bag, Panniers for Street B

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This extra large Motorcycle Saddle bags not only use the heavy-duty 600D ripstop fabric and durable accessories, but also smartly integrate the wheel and trolley bag into the bag. Both sides of saddle bag can be combined together as one piece. Trolley and wheel can make the trip as easy as travel luggage. Make the user experience for the saddle bags more convenient ever. It has 26 Liter volume each, and it can becomes 33 liter volume after expansion. Reflective strip is applied. The designed main handle and top zippers of the luggage are just easy to carry. It is also possible to be combined use with a Tail bag for your additional storage needs. The waterproof rain covers are equipped to provide additional safety feature. NICHE motorcycle pannier can be permanently mounted under the seat of most motorcycles.

"tbody" "th" Easy installation "th" Durable wheels and stands "th" Dust and Rain proof cover "th" Shoulder carry strap when off-bike "th" 2PCS SIDE BAG total 66 liters capacity
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Feature A adjustable mounting velcro straps offer convenience for easy installation and removal without requiring hardware or support brackets Easy glide wheels to absorb impact and durable stands Easy glide wheels to absorb impact and durable stands We also provide fluorecent raincover while raining and dust proof Equipped a shoulder strap, the motorcycle pannier become 2 bags when off-bike; one to carried Basic top-opening pockets and easy to excess. Big enough to store your stuff to meet your daily needed
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Niche Wheel Trolley Motorcycle Saddle Bag, Panniers for Street B

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