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Sissy Bar Backpack-93300007

Part Number 93300007

Finish / Color:  Black

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This attractive backpack is shaped to provide convenient storage on your way to work.

  • Heavy-duty hook-and-loop flaps secure the bag to the sissy bar for one-step installation
  • Traditional backpack straps allow you to carry your bag in hands-free comfort when you get to work
  • Features plenty of smart storage spaces with glove-friendly, ergonomically contoured zipper pulls
  • Backpack features 2 zippered exterior pockets, 2 exterior mesh water bottle pockets, personal music device pocket with headphone port, a padded laptop compartment and a large interior space
  • Bag and integrated rain cover feature 3M™ Scotchlite™ reflective piping and graphics for added visability
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Installation requires a sissy bar upright, backrest pad, and luggage rack (if not mounting luggage on passenger pillion). Does not fit with oversized backrest pad.

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  • Material Content
    Ballistic Nylon
  • Material Width
    14.0 Inch
  • Material Height
    18.50 Inch
  • Material Depth
    13.0 Inch
  • Capacity
    1600.0 Cubic inch
  • Dimension
    14" W x 13" D x 18.5" T
  • Warranty
    1 year limited warranty - See Customer Service section for details
  • Sold in Unit
    Each
  • In The Box
    Backpack and rain cover
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Backpack First and foremost, this ties onto the bike very securely. I never have to worry about it coming loose during very long, all day rides. Good storage for 3-4 day trips. I love the laptop computer pocket. Well padded so I never have to worry about my laptop. I use the carrying handle on top more than I do the shoulder straps but having both is a huge convenience. I do wish the rain cover was a bit bigger because I tend to pack mine pretty tight and most of the time, I can't get the rain cover over it once I'm all packed. Tim April 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent bag I use this bag to hold a little bit of everything. It has a laptop pouch that would probably fit a 16" screen but I have a 17.3" screen and I can fit it in the bag just not in the actual laptop sleeve. The versatility is awesome, I can face it forward on the rear seat when I'm riding solo or flip it around on the luggage rack when my GF tags along. The shoulder straps tuck away so they won't get tangled up. I feel up front it looks over priced, but it's one of those HD badged items that are worth it completely because I wanted something like this for short trips and commuting to work, and it fill the bill perfectly. Highly recommended for people with a sissy bar looking for a bag for commuting/school/day tripping. March 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect My husband was happy with his gift. Great quality and size. March 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Spacious, Easy On/Off Great backpack with lots of room. Easy to put on and take off the bike. It mounts securely with two nylon quick release buckles to the rack and a large Velcro wrap around the seat back. Solid mount. I can carry everything I need for the day including rain gear. January 14, 2014
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Will the sissy bar backpack accommodate a 17 inch macbook pro laptop?
 
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If you are measuring the entire laptop diagonally at 17" it will fit into the laptop sleeve, and it will zip around the upper part okay. You may want to take it with you to dealer if you have one close and try it out. I carry my mac book pro and it measures 15" and I have plenty of room. I am uploading four images. Hope this helps.
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I have this backpack and love it! If you want to attach it to the back of your sissy bar so a passenger can ride, I would advise a luggage rack. I don't have a luggage rack and I attached it to the back just to ride home after buying it (with the backpack empty# and it left light scuff marks in the paint on my rear fender. I am able to mount it the other way #so it is on the passenger seat turned so the front of the backpack is toward my back) and it works great that way. I'll be buying a detachable rack soon so I can mount it to the back and have room for a passenger.
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I have a tall sissy bar without a backrest and I would love to have this bag but I'm not sure will fit on the sissy bar without the backrest ???
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Hi Naji,

First and foremost, nice bike! Yes, the sissy bar backpack will fit your vehicle. Just note, while the bottom of the bag contains a "non-scratch" surface, it will be in contact with your fender given the location of your upright to the seat/pillion. This contact and rubbing may cause issues with the paint.

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I put a luggage rack, and a sissy bar on my Muscle, but still can't see how the backpack won't fly off. Is there something I'm missing here?
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