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TourMaster Elite Soft Luggage | QuickShift Review

TourMaster Elite Soft Luggage Review

TourMaster Elite Soft Luggage | QuickShift Review
TourMaster Elite Soft Luggage

TourMaster’s new Elite soft luggage system features saddlebags, a tail bag, and two tank bags (14L is shown). Each bag is constructed using 1680 denier ballistic polyester for rugged durability, while highly adjustable Velcro strap mounting allows for a secure fit

The Elite saddlebags offer a creative configuration of compartments for ease of packing, and access to contents. Multiple zippered pockets provide ample nooks and crannies to carry your road-going essentials. Each item has its own dedicated place, so there’s no digging around trying to find things.

Detaching easily from the side bag set-up with just four clips, the TourMaster Elite tail bag converts into a duffle bag equipped with a handle and shoulder strap. Zippered side sections, as well as narrow sleeves, augment the main compartment, making good use of the space.

Equally well thought out is the TourMaster Elite 14L tank bag—strap or magnetic mount—with a clear plastic map case, compartments for a garage door opener and cell phone (with power cable slot for charging), plus a carrying handle and built-in backpack straps.

The complete TourMaster Elite soft luggage group is more than just functional carrying capacity—it inspires any motorcyclist possessing wanderlust with notions of travel.

Prices (MSRP) are as follows:

  • Elite 14L Tankbag: $129.99
  • Elite Tailpack: $129.99
  • Elite Saddlebags: $189.99

For additional information, visit TourMaster.

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