The Full Dresser Bag from Kuryakyn is the most complete, versatile piece of motorcycle-specific luggage available
Fully lined 1200-denier construction provides unparalleled strength and protection from the elements
Rigid plastic molded for shape retention
A variety of straps and a wide hook-and-loop-material belt provide quick and secure attachment to any backrest, luggage rack or passenger seat -- quick-snap buckles can easily be operated even with gloves on
Unique wraparound heavy-duty zipper allows access to items in the top or bottom of the bag with no unpacking -- each section opens independently
Six individual zippered compartments of varying sizes provide secure yet easily accessible storage for smaller items such as cameras, sunglasses or gloves
The roomy collapsible top section has enough room for two leather jackets or a full-face helmet and folds neatly away when not needed
The bottom two sections feature a rigid molded insert to keep clothes neat and wrinkle-free
Two over-the-top adjustable straps let you tie bedrolls, tents or jackets above the roomy top compartment
Multiple D-rings on sides provide anchor points for attaching additional items
Sturdy wheels provide quick and easy mobility
Main bag dimensions: 16-25 in. H x 12 in. W x 10 in. D
Included Items: (1) Complete Bag and Rain Cover with Tie Down Mounting Straps
(1) Installation Instructions
Secures nicely to large backrest and rack on my e-glide. Large enough for overnight trip with wife and there was still storage room left (used this bag w/hard saddlebags). This bag has a nice and sturdy shelf in it so bag keeps it shape and is not saggy.
I love the overall look of the bag on my bike and also the inside structure. It was delivered as promised. I did have a problem with the buckle that straps the bag to my luggage rack, but Ron in customer service at Dennis Kirk was extremely helpful and polite. He is now sending me a replacement strap to take care of the problem. I would definetly recommend this bag to a friend. I gave the quality a 4 star due to the strap issue, but it should be fine now. I will probably just get some bungee straps instead.