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Nelson Rigg GWR-1200 Rear Rack Pack for Gold Wing, Harley Tour Pack

Nelson Rigg Releases GWR-1200 Rear Rack Pack
Nelson Rigg GWR-1200 Rear Rack Pack

Nelson Rigg Motorcycle Luggage

Nelson Rigg, known for providing motorcycle luggage with good looks, sleek styling and incredible functionality at an affordable price point, has released the new-for-2014 GWR-1200 Rear Rack Pack for Honda Gold Wing and Harley-Davidson Tour Pack racks.

Made from rugged UV treated 1680d Tri-Max ballistic nylon, the GWR-1200 Rear Rack Pack is a classy and sophisticated traveling companion. Features include reflective piping, coil-over zippers and a quick release mounting system that easily mounts to the rack on your Gold Wing top box or H-D tour pack rack.

Nelson Rigg Releases GWR-1200 Rear Rack Pack
Nelson Rigg GWR-1200 Rear Rack Pack

The six strategically placed metal D-rings allow a number of options for the mounting straps to attach, providing safe and secure transport of the contents.

The main compartment is fully lined, and the internal support panels allows the GWR-1200 to easily hold its shape. On the outer lid you’ll find two zippered large pockets, while the side of the bag has additional pockets that allow easy access to smaller or more frequently used items.

On the underside of the zippered flip open lid you’ll find an integrated mesh pocket making for easy storage and organization. Each Nelson Rigg GWR-1200 includes a combination security lock so that you can lock the main compartment, and a 100-percent waterproof raincover for worry free riding!

The GWR-1200’s main compartment is large enough to store two full faced helmets; it measures 20”L x 11”W x 11”H and holds 39.66 Liters of your favorite traveling items.

The GWR-1200 is priced at $129.95, and like all Nelson Rigg luggage, includes a lifetime “No Hassle” warranty.

For additional information, visit nelsonrigg.com.

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