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Customer Reviews For:

 Xelement 2921-BR Slanted Brown Motorcycle Saddlebags (View Item)
Average Rating - Based on 16 Reviews
Cost Benefit: 4.5
Durability: 4.5
Features: 4.5
Finish: 4.5
Fit: 4.5
Overall: 4.5
Latest Reviews
0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 5
Durability: 5
Features: 5
Finish: 5
Fit: 5
Overall: 5
Nathan B. from APOPKA, FL:
Oiled um down, let um cure, looking good, time to go downtown. A
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 5
Durability: 5
Features: 5
Finish: 5
Fit: 4
Overall: 5
Jason H. from JACKSON, NJ:
Just put these on my 2007 Triumph Bonneville and I am very happy with them. 1st - Looks Quality of the leather is great... especially for the price. I have a brown sixty8 Thruxton seat and the colors do not match perfectly, but go pretty damn well together. 2nd - What they can hold So far, each can hold a handle of scotch, 12 pack of canned beer/six pack of bottles, my leather jacket (tight, but fits), and your simple grocery shopping items for a quick food run. 3rd - Mounting/Installing Please note - you will need to get saddlebag supports else where to fit these. I ended up finding a great deal on supports on fleabay for a total of $83 (including shipping) and they come in either black or chrome (i went with black for my bike). Here is a link for the supports, too: http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/171556739215?ul_noapp=true&chn=ps&lpid=82 The only bad thing i will say so far about these is that there is not much to holding these things on. I was hoping for some sort of brace or velcro attachment in the back of these to hold to the support bars. However, all they have are metal rings on each corner that come with leather straps to tie them in place. They seem to get the job done, but im not sure if i trust this enough yet. I am planning on just making some make-shift velcro support to hold them on better. The fact that you can unzipper each bag to remove from the bike (without having to remove the seat and unlace things) made up for this situation completely. Another huge plus. All in all, if your bike theme is going the brown route and your looking for nice, very well priced, brown leather saddlebags... i highly recommend these. Leatherup.com is really an awesome place when it comes to quality pieces at a great price.
1 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 5
Durability: 5
Features: 4
Finish: 4
Fit: 4
Overall: 5
Andrew P. from GONZALES, LA:
These are great bags for the price. They hold their shape when empty and mount up easily. These bags look much more expensive than they are. They are a bit small but anything bigger would look funny on my Harley 48.
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 4
Durability: 4
Features: 3
Finish: 3
Fit: 5
Overall: 3
anthony n. from SARASOTA, FL:
Arrived in timely manner. NIce fit on my '99 750cc Shadow ACE. Looks good; get lots of great compliments. Finish is good (not great) but in reality at $100 or so they are great value. Work well, fit great and the plastic inserts give them rigidity and some dgree of protection to my "stuff". I recoomend them...you can pay a lot more and get great quality etc, but for the price, these are great. Thx
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 5
Durability: 5
Features: 4
Finish: 4
Fit: 3
Overall: 3
Johnny M. from BRISTOL, CT:
Bags look real nice and the Leather is soft and sturdy..Not sure how they are going to fit a HD springer. The sizes are not true as advertised. The sizes were almost 2.5 inches smaller in length and 1/2 inch every where else. But for under $100.00 with the coupon code, you can't beat them. Still satisfied...
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 4
Durability: 4
Features: 4
Finish: 4
Fit: 4
Overall: 4
Robert T. from Pleasantville, Somewhere:
Excellent value. Have been looking for a set of bags like these for a while now. They fit my Sportster nicely. Wish this site had more brown leather, like the color of these bags and the tool pouch i also bought.
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 3
Durability: 3
Features: 3
Finish: 3
Fit: 3
Overall: 3
Maurizio P. from ROMA, RM:
I was initially pleasantly surprised for the very prompt delivery - consider the company is based on the Pacific Coast and I am in Italy! Unfortunately, rather than being "Leather bags" they appear to be plastic bags with leather panels glued onto them. Furthermore, the description was not 100% accurate: my bags are NOT the advertised size, actually 1/2 inch less wide and a full 2" less in both height and length. This means they will NOT hold the inner liners I had planned to use, because now the liners are larger than the bag! As I paid a full 58 Euro customs over the $80 shipping over the selling price, I will not return them because the overall fees would be beyond the value of the bags themselves. However, I do not know if I will buy from LeatherUp again.
0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 5
Durability: 5
Features: 5
Finish: 5
Fit: 5
Overall: 5
Christopher J. from FLORISSANT, MO:
Great bags for the price. They look great on my bike and serve my purposes perfectly. Already have other items I want to purchase, just have to wait for them to be restocked.
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 5
Durability: 5
Features: 5
Finish: 5
Fit: 5
Overall: 5
Dale S. from Sneads Ferry, NC:
excellent bag for the price...good clips and velcro on the end flaps to help keep weather out of the bag... I'm sure they'll serve me well for many years to come...
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 4
Durability: 4
Features: 4
Finish: 4
Fit: 4
Overall: 4
Dave M. from MOSES LAKE, WA:
Definitely nice bags for the price, wish the had some padding so the won't scratch the fender without bag mounts. Other than that these are great throw over bags. Not alot of room for long trips but for my style of riding it's just enough space. If I could find some reasonably priced mounts these would be perfect. I put these on a Vulcan 900 classic btw.
4 out of 5 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 5
Durability: 5
Features: 5
Finish: 5
Fit: 5
Overall: 5
Shawn H. from CORNWALL, NY:
Great quality and price! I own a Triumph 2011 Bonneville T-100 with a cream and chocolate paint combo. The brown bags are a perfect match to complete the vintage look. Bags are smaller than the Triumph specific bags, but cost much less and complement the bike. Frame rails to support the bags are necessary.
9 out of 10 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 4
Durability: 4
Features: 4
Finish: 4
Fit: 4
Overall: 4
tom loughlin from phoenix, AZ:
Measures are approximate- 18 inches is the diagonal, 5.5 is the width, and 10 the height. Will fit a small lunch box. or a thermos, or a half helmet with visor. Looks like durable construction and should hold shape well.
5 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 5
Durability: 5
Features: 5
Finish: 5
Fit: 5
Overall: 5
Gary P. from BURLINGTON, KY:
Speechless bought these bags with a coupon for only $98.00 and when they arrived I was amazed super nice thick soft leather and very well built. Great color matches my springer brown seat on my custom street bob. Have quick detach bucks and a zipper to detach bags if you want to carry them. What an awesome product with an amazing price. I just found my new leather and moto acc. web site. Will be back for more. Thanks Leather up
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 3
Durability: 3
Features: 3
Finish: 3
Fit: 3
Overall: 3
Mike T. from HOOD RIVER, OR:
Cool looking genuine cow leather bags, they fit my bike pretty good (vulcan 800) but the turn signals bump the rear part of the bag when I open it..not a huge deal though. The bags are pretty small, I can carry one helmet in one and one leather jacket in the other and that's capacity. The brown color is great with my brown leather jacket and chaps that I bought here. The leather tie on straps did not work for me so I bought some velcro straps designed for computer cables and they are much much easier. Also, I needed some saddle bag brackets for my bike because these bags were swinging into my rear tire and the plastic got ground away on the back corner of one bag. Now they are solid and I love the sturdy liner in the bottom of each bag, they don't flop around.
16 out of 18 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 4
Durability: 4
Features: 4
Finish: 4
Fit: 4
Overall: 4
Jason D. from Kansas CIty, KS:
Despite my bike being black, I opted for the brown saddlebags since most of my riding gear is brown leather. These are nice bags, good quality leather and fairly sturdy design. The description doesn't mention that they have zipper releases allowing you to unzip the bags from the throw over yolk and carry them off. I had to hard mount these to some mounting brackets and ended up un-stitching and removing the zippers, but if you can use them as throw over bags they work great. The inner panel is nice and stiff and took to the hard mount well. Over all, they seem to be good quality and look good on the bike. The brown is a little unusual and stands out in a crowd.
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Cost Benefit: 3
Durability: 3
Features: 3
Finish: 3
Fit: 3
Overall: 3
STEVE C. from FORT MADISON, IA:
REALLY LIKE THE BAGS. LOOK REALLY GOOD ON THE BIKE AND THE QUALITY IS MUCH BETTER THAN I THOUGHT IT WOULD BE FOR BAGS IN THIS PRICE RANGE.
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