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Saddlemen Unveils The Destination Pack

Saddlemen Destination Pack: Secure Motorcycle Gear On the Road

Developed by Saddlemen’s design engineers, the Destination Pack is a 44-liter portable security bag featuring Saddlemen’s exclusive Steel Cage technology.

Every bag is lined with a cut resistant stainless steel wire mesh cage interwoven between two soft, scratch free liners that provide weather and theft resistant storage for gear while on the road.

The Destination Pack is the perfect portable trunk for a jacket, helmet or gloves at the end of a ride or a stop along the way. The Destination Pack with Steel Cage protection simply opens up when needed and quickly folds away into a stylish carry bag when not in use.

The supplied wire cable and lock not only positively prevent the bag from being opened or moved, they also double as a possible deterrent against bike theft.

Saddlemen Destination Pack Exclusive features:

• Portable weather and theft resistant bag securely stores valuables within a Steel Cage

• The Steel Cage consists of steel wire mesh sandwiched between a scratch free, soft inner liner and a tough water resistant nylon outer bag to provide vault like protection

• A six foot long flexible stainless steel cable with a keyed pad lock prevents unauthorized access to the bag and secures the bag to the bike or other permanent structure

• Cable can be used to secure motorcycle

• Easily holds a combination of most jackets, helmets, gloves and other gear; keeping them out of view and protecting them from thieves and the elements

• The soft sided and flexible Destination Pack Folds into a small bag (included) that attaches to any motorcycle or can be worn as a pack – a portable trunk for your motorcycle

• Destination Pack unfolds at destination and is easily and quickly secured

• Size – 12 inch diameter opening X 24 inches long, 44 liter capacity

• Available at Parts Unlimited and Drag Specialties Dealers. Part#: 4010-0260, MSRP $99.95

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Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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