Kuryakyn Ultra Tour Motorcycle Bag

Black Nylon 4148

Posted by Nick

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Kuryakan Ultra Tour Motorcycle Bag There never seems to be quite enough room on your bike when you're headed out for those long road trips. And then there's the issue of what to do if you go somewhere and buy a couple of souvenirs or something. If you have your
bags packed to the brim, you're pretty much out of luck. Well, Kuryakyn's latest Ultra Tour 4148 bag might just be the answer with its expandable design.

Made out of thick 1200-denier nylon, the Ultra Tour 4148 has lots of room with a 16 1/2 inch height, and a 15-inch depth. Its 16-inch width can also be expanded to 20 inches if you find the need for a little extra room. The bag attaches to any backrest with a wide hook-and-loop belt, plus it has attached D-rings so you can easily bungee even more goods to it if you are still coming up short on space.

Other helpful features include large waterproof zippered openings on the top
and both sides to allow you to access every inch of the inside without rifling through everything you packed in there so neatly. Speaking of zippers, as any rider will tell you, it's pretty annoying when you have to remove your gloves in order to unzip a bag every time you have to make a quick pit stop. The Ultra Tour 4148 has nice large waterproof zippers that even the meatiest of gloves should be able to grab onto. The bag also comes off pretty easily and has a shoulder strap if you want to take it inside after your ride. A rain cover is also included.

While this bag wont have the durability or the style of a leather or hard bag, it is a decent-looking and decent-priced option with lots of nice features and a whole ton of space for whatever you can load up.

Here's another motorcycle bag by Saddlemen that's easily strapped to your sissy bar.

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