|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|08-21-2018 08:07 AM|
|Domclout||Thanks i will try that.|
|08-21-2018 07:59 AM|
|Doug Just Doug||You can get Givi stuff much cheaper from Italy, even with shipping. Try motostorm.it. I've had great luck with them.|
|08-20-2018 01:29 PM|
|Domclout||I have a pair of ogio soft cases but they sag a bit plus they hit the flashers. It would probably be better if there was a metal frame behind the saddle bags.|
|08-20-2018 01:02 PM|
|tommyvous59||price check and try to get the best deal on a reputable brand. BUT, consider saddle bags with zipper locks. they don't break when you tip over, they protect your bike, and are durable. i still have mine after 9 years though the rain covers gave up the ghost after 5 years. i since made homemade covers that work even better. the zipper locks discourage opportunistic thieves. (determined thieves will break into anything.) i do have a givi 48 liter top case. i use the top case around town and add the saddle bags with matching pillion bag touring.|
|08-18-2018 09:58 PM|
|Domclout||Thanks, I will look into the shad system and the kappa. I was also thinking about making a custom frame. Has anybody tried that before.|
|08-18-2018 09:02 PM|
Take a look at Kappa. Made by Givi but more affordable.
|08-18-2018 08:28 PM|
Originally Posted by chucksklrst View Post
Make sure those fit the 650's because the Shad I really liked wouldn't due to the shortening of the mounting system for the 300.
|08-18-2018 07:06 PM|
P1010581 by weljo2001, on Flickr
P1010582 by weljo2001, on Flickr
|08-18-2018 06:35 PM|
Originally Posted by Domclout View Post
I have them on my Versys 300X
|08-18-2018 04:12 PM|
Side cases without breaking the bank
I got my 2013 Versys 650 this week and looking into getting side cases (rigid).
I started looking into Givi E22 but was wondering if any members had ideas for small side cases without breaking the bank that could be cheaper than the Givi with support and all.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.