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post #421 of 427 (permalink) Old 01-17-2019, 08:29 AM
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I use two options for my 2016 Scrambler. Canvas and brown leather or cordura and black leather. Couldnít decide, kept both.


Admittedly, they look really smart & cool.


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I use two options for my 2016 Scrambler. Canvas and brown leather or cordura and black leather. Couldn’t decide, kept both.


Admittedly, they look really smart & cool.


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Eric nice Scrambler, nice pics and nice panniers! Personally, I would leave black. What brand and model? In the last picture the steering wheel with a bar from BILTWELL?

Thank you! The bars are TC Bros Enduro, bags are Burly Brand. I have since put the stock bars back on. The TC Bros didn’t have enough backsweep for my liking. Made me feel stretched over the bike. I think the black bags complete the bike better but the canvas ones look more adventurous. If I had a green tank and brown seat, I would be into the canvas ones more. I am curious to see if anybody else has an opion on canvas/ brown look vs black look in general. Not just with these paniers but with any bike accessories.

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Thank you! The bars are TC Bros Enduro, bags are Burly Brand. I have since put the stock bars back on. The TC Bros didnít have enough backsweep for my liking. Made me feel stretched over the bike. I think the black bags complete the bike better but the canvas ones look more adventurous. If I had a green tank and brown seat, I would be into the canvas ones more. I am curious to see if anybody else has an opion on canvas/ brown look vs black look in general. Not just with these paniers but with any bike accessories.
Black to match the seat looks better, IMO. Gorgeous bags, either set. All of the Burly Brand luggage are gorgeous, in fact - thanks for sharing this info. I'm thinking about these for my gf's SE since she had her zip on faux leather bags stolen recently. Did you get the quick release or the throwover set?
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I have been thru this entire thread and can't find this pic or any info on these saddlebags. Does anyone possibly know who makes these bags? I think proportionally these look perfect.

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I have been thru this entire thread and can't find this pic or any info on these saddlebags. Does anyone possibly know who makes these bags? I think proportionally these look perfect.

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I am doing the same as you Gordon. I like these, but they seem expensive if you want two bags.

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I am doing the same as you Gordon. I like these, but they seem expensive if you want two bags.



https://longride.com/collections/cus...cle-saddle-bag
Long rides are way expensive, as well as the Burley's. I like the looks of these. If worst comes to worse I may go with the Burley

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