Boss Bags



 
 
 

  One of the last items to get put on your scoot for that finishing touch are the saddlebags! What are the things you're looking for in saddlebags?  Looks, price, convenience! Well, after talking to Greg at Boss Bags, I think I found the answer.
 Boss Bags of Hortonville, WI makes high quality, durable leather saddlebags for most makes and models of bikes. These bags are nice.  Boss Bags offers several styles of bags 
and lets you pick the options to make your saddlebags match the theme of your bike.
  Greg and JoAnn Campbell got into making saddlebags in 2000, after 25 years of making horse saddles (Guess one horse power wasn't enough anymore). They made a set of bags for a friends heritage, after his original bags lost their shape.  When he designed these bags Greg addressed three main objectives:  1)Saddlebags large enough to actually fit leathers etc. into.   2)Quality leather saddlebags that look great and will not lose their shape!  3)Quick detachable saddlebags (we mean with no tools!)
  Greg says "I can't take all the credit for alot of the features on our bags.  Customer feedback has had major impact on designs we now include as standard features such as lockable lids & quick release buckle straps.  The "clean look" of your bike with the bags off  is a major feature important to most of our customers".
  Boss Bags can be seen at most of  the major bike events.  Dozens of dealers nation wide carry the many styles, so it shouldn't be too difficult to get a glimpse of these beautiful bags. While Greg admits their bags are "a little pricey", he states " that if you add up the price of a good set of bags, which include the mounting brackets, the cost is not out of line at all." Their really kewl website, www.bossbags.com  makes it easy to see what these bags will look like on your scoot. Check it out!  Or call 888-853-9975 and they 
will be glad to mail you a brochure.
  So if your looking for a rough and tough, yet stylish pair of saddlebags for your ride, check out Boss Bags!
 

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