Genuine Naked Leather Concealed Carry Saddlebag with Flame
If you’re looking to increase your cruising distance, then a bigger bike isn’t the only thing you’ll need. This 14″ x 6″ x 10” waterproof, naked cowhide leather is sewn around a hard shell and features elastic and adjustable strapping in each bag to secure your handguns, waterproof, guaranteed to hold its shape, and fits any motorcycle. Inside each bag is a nylon side pocket with an elastic band for smaller items. Everything is safe and secure by protective flaps over the openings with button snaps. The whole bag closes with an outer flap with heavy-duty quick release clips styled to look like vintage chrome roller buckles. The bags tie together with flaps that go over the fender and tie together by nylon laces. For added support, they zip to the flaps by adjustable covered zippers and come with four tie down laces. Each bag comes with a strong carrying handle, a protective strip underneath them to protect them from road hazards, and heat protection sheet on bottom and sides. Order yours today as these incredible saddlebags offer an amazing value and are priced to move.
- Genuine naked cowhide leather
- Dimensions: 14″ x 6″ x 10″
- Zip off bag with heavy duty adjustable cover
- Flame Design
- Universal fitting
- Includes a hard sheet inside the box
- Heavy Duty Quick Release
- 100% Water Proof
- Bag holds its shape
- Gun holster included
Leather is a strong, flexible and durable material obtained from the tanning, or chemical treatment, of animal skins and hides to prevent decay. The most common leathers come from cattle, sheep, goats, equine animals, buffalo, pigs and hogs, and aquatic animals such as seals and alligators.
Leather can be used to make a variety of items, including clothing, footwear, handbags, furniture, tools and sports equipment, and lasts for decades. Leather making has been practiced for more than 7,000 years and the leading producers of leather today are China and India.
Animal rights groups claim that modern commercial leather making and the consumption of its products is unethically killing animals. According to the life-cycle assessment (LCA) report for the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, 99% of the raw hides and skins used in the production of leather derive from animals raised for meat and/or dairy production.
Critics of tanneries claim that they engage in unsustainable practices that pose health hazards to the people and the environment near them. The processing stages of tanneries use thousands of liters of water for one hide or animal skin and release toxic liquid waste into the environment that can cause soil depletion and health issues related to the human skin, respiratory system and more. However, advancements have been made in the amount and treatment of water used by tanneries to reduce impac