SDC Pistol Pocket Install

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pistol pocket handlebar bag

SDC Pistol Pocket Install

  1. Here is Chip’s bike. From this angle you cannot see the SDC Pistol Pocket handlebar storage bag that is hidden behind the H-D quarter fairing.

Words: Chip Kastelnik Photos: Mikey Van Senus

pistol pocket handlebar bag

SDC Pistol Pocket Install

  1. We removed the fairing to expose the SDC Pistol Pocket install on some West Coast T-Bars 10-inch Slingshot handlebars.

Words: Chip Kastelnik Photos: Mikey Van Senus

pistol pocket handlebar bag

SDC Pistol Pocket Install

  1. You can see the way the bag sits and has easy access.

Words: Chip Kastelnik Photos: Mikey Van Senus

pistol pocket handlebar bag

SDC Pistol Pocket Install

  1. Hook-and-loop straps are how the SDC Pistol Pocket is secured to the handlebars. It can be placed in front or in the rear of the bars, depending on which setup you are running.

Words: Chip Kastelnik Photos: Mikey Van Senus

pistol pocket handlebar bag

SDC Pistol Pocket Install

  1. The SDC Pistol Pocket can easily hold an iPhone, wallet, a few tools, and whatever else you can stuff into it.

Words: Chip Kastelnik Photos: Mikey Van Senus

pistol pocket handlebar bag

SDC Pistol Pocket Install

  1. All done.

Words: Chip Kastelnik Photos: Mikey Van Senus

Less is more. That’s a fact. If it doesn’t fit in your pockets or in your jacket, you don’t need it. That’s a lie. Sometimes you find yourself in a situation where you need a place to put that item you just acquired whilst out freedom riding. What do you do? The guys over at San Diego Customs/SDC Parts have teamed up with Pistol Pockets and designed a handlebar storage bag that attaches simply and easily to most T-bar-style handlebar setups. The SDC Pistol Pocket attaches to the handlebars via four hook-and-loop straps that are attached to the top bar and the risers. The bags are made of UV-protected, 600-denier polyester, assembled in the USA, and are easy to install in a few minutes. The bags come with a lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects and an eyelet for a small lock to prevent illegal entry by unwanted people without proper documents. Know your rights. They exist for a reason.

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San Diego Customs