Over on our Etsy page we sell through quite a few of our leather motorcycle bags. Each one takes about 3 hours to make and if ya ever have one with a defect or needs a new rivet, send it on back and I can fix it up easily. After learning how to stitch these by hand, from watching youtube videos, I can truly appreciate the way my grandfather crafted his rope nets for the oyster dredges to be used on his Skipjack on the Chesapeake Bay .
These tool bags are made out of 8 oz. tanned leather and are ready for mile upon mile of abuse. I use 11" zip ties for attachment because I loathe rattles and usually buckles tend to chatter after a while. It is also good to add a good leather wax treatment every couple of months to keep the leather supple and this will help to maintain the bag for a long time to come.
10.5" wide x 6.25" tall x 3.75" deep from front to back
Check out our Etsy page for a plethora of custom items
|clean look at one of our Motorcycle Tool Bags shipping out to Costa Mesa, CA|
|Details from the side view|
|Underside where the straps pull the top flap over|
|Rear view where I put rivets in the back to allow for a criss cross pattern with zip ties for extra strength and easy placement.|
|Side design is uniform and round to avoid moisture seepage into bag on trips.|
|The devil is in the details. Hammered rivets will hold the weight and look great doing so.|