The 78 fairing leather windshield bag - 7" x 2 ½" x 6" (H" x L" x D") - is designed for touring bikes with fairings or with short windshields like the Klock Werks® windshield. The windshield bag opens with a turn fastener for easy access to the small items you want quickly, such as cell phone, garage door opener, and small tools. It is designed to sit on the center bolt in the fairing.
Custom Motorcycle Leather Windshield Bags
Made from 10 oz US-sourced leather, our bags will hold up to years of use on your favorite bike.The 78 leather windshield bag is customizable to match your Leatherworks saddlebags, solo bags, sissy bar bags, and tool bags. Handling our own leather from beginning to end makes it easy for us to customize the process along the way according to what our customers are looking for! DO remember that this particular bag is meant to fit only on short windshields!
The Leatherworks Windshield Bag Difference
Proudly MADE IN THE USA.
High-Quality 10 oz leather means you get a lot more long-term value out of your motorcycle windshield bag.
Opens with turn fasteners to make access a breeze.
Every single stress point is hand riveted and sewn with industrial strength nylon, making our bags the toughest on the market
Our Water-resistant treatment helps protect your bag and valuables.
High-Quality American Leather
In addition to being handcrafted right here in the US, all of our leather is produced right here in America as well.All cows are raised in Texas, tanned in Milwaukee, and then finally we use that leather in our Stockton, CA workshop. Fully American. The leather is treated at the tannery to be both UV and water-resistant. This means no fading leather or swelling bags after a rain.
General Windshield Bag Options
The Leatherworks® is your source for custom-made leather motorcycle saddlebags, solo bags, and motorcycle accessories. The Leatherworks American-made leather saddlebags are made to your specifications to work on your Harley Davidson, Honda, Yamaha, Kawasaki, Suzuki, Triumph, Victory, Indian, and Excelsior Henderson.