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you get what you pay for, with good quality.

Bought these off Revzilla last season. I leave them on all the time, I'm not racing trails, but they've seen get plenty of gravel, rain and mud.. and a few branches and held up great.

The strap system is allright, I'd wish it had a 2 part, one that should be left strapped to frame and clipped in and tightened, but the straps that tighten load also hold in in and have to be wrapped/unwrapped if you want to take them off.

I ended up actually printing myself a little widget that clips into my SW-mototek rack that previous owner installed to hold the top strap in just the right spot without having to do loops around all sorts of spots.

Make sure to trim or tie down extra lenth, burned my flapping on the exhaust more then once.

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Nelson-Rigg Sierra Dry Saddlebags model #SE-3050

Great bags for the money. Lots of thoughtful details. I use them permanently lashed to Tusk pannier racks. There are two large support straps (the main supports) that hook-and-loop across the back of the cycle. One of them goes across the rear of the seat, so that interferes with getting the seat off. There's no getting around that issue, I live with it as an annoyance.

They're big, they're wide, and they hold a lot of stuff and I like that. No narrow single track for me, though.

Pay attention to sag, early in their life. If they're sagging around the bottom or sides, fix that early by adjusting the fit to the rack, or by modifying the rack to be bigger somehow. Or, they will likely not last too long.

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