GIVI's Easylock Soft Lockable Saddlebags for 2011

CHARLOTTE, N. Carolina. (August 30th, 2011) - The first 'Hybrid' soft meets hard saddlebag solution from GIVI.

The new Easylock soft saddle bags finally offer a light weight, stylish and latch able/locking soft saddlebag solution. The all new Easylock saddlebags are a formed 15 liter soft saddle bag, the light weight plastic shell is coated in a stylish polyester finish with the 15 liter foam lined interior giving an ample and durable storage capacity. The Easylock saddle bags are equipped with a lockable latching mechanism designed to secure to the make/model specific tubular mounting frame system TE....

The TPH01 Easylock saddle bags complete with, carrying handle, waterproof zippers, zipper pull combination lock and rain covers.

TPH01 EASYLOCK SADDLEBAGS; 15 liter capacity, $299.00 msrp

TE.... TUBULAR MOUNTING FRAMES; $120.00 msrp
TE1101 - Honda CB1000R '11'
TE265 - Kawasaki Z1000 '07-09'
TE266 - Kawasaki ER-6N/650R Ninja '09-11'
TE275 - Yamaha FZ6R '10-11'
TE351 - Yamaha FZ6 '04-11'
TE366 - Yamaha FZ8 '11'
TE4100 - Kawasaki Ninja 1000 '11'
TE705 - Triumph Street Triple 675 '07-11'

***Additional hardware maybe required subject to make and model***

ABOUT GIVI
With over 30 years experience in the motorcycle and scooter aftermarket segment, GIVI now manufactures and distributes to over 45 countries worldwide with dedicated distributions centers in 12 countries including 2 warehouse distribution facilities here in the US. Starting initially as a fairing manufacturer GIVI has grown to be the #1 choice manufacturer and supplier of hard detachable luggage, that has included factory supplied options for Ducati, Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Yamaha and Can AM to name a few. The GIVI product range now currently includes an extensive range of hard and soft motorcycle luggage with specific mounting hardware solutions for over 200 model motorcycles and scooters, replacement and universal windshields, as well as a very innovative range of 3/4 and modular full face helmets.

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