Givi GRT708 Saddlebags. Waterproof saddle bags for Off Road Enduro motorcycle, with 15 litre capacity. Made of Nylon and TPU, they can be installed in combination with the GRT707 bag.
- Made of 80% Nylon and 20% TPU, welded at high frequency, seamless.
- Straps for securing to the motorcycle support.
- Rapid attachment straps at the top and base of the bag to combine with the GRT707 bag.
- Reflective inserts
- IP 66 waterproof rating, resistant to both heavy rain and extreme conditions Roll-up closure to ensure waterproofing.
- Internal reinforcement in the area in contact with the bike.
- Reinforced base.
- Interior pocket.
- Bandolier straps.
- Measurements: 16cm (long) x38cm (wide) x 32cm (tall).
- Capacity: 15 + 15 litres.
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Can this one fit on my Kawasaki z1000 ?
We have never tried this on a z1000, however it should fit just fine.
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