Pannier Inner Bags for Honda GL1800 Goldwing 2018-2019

Pannier Inner Bags for Honda GL1800 Goldwing 2018-2019


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These pannier bags are custom made to fit perfectly inside Honda GL1800 Goldwing 2018-2019. These bags are specially designed to utilize maximum space inside the pannier box.

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The GBG pannier or luggage liner bags are one of the best available in the market to date. These luggage bags are water-resistant originally designed to fit inside the panniers or hard cases which can be removed in a hassle-free way and can easily take your luggage with you to your hotel room, home, office, etc. These bags are made up of Cordura which is considered a strong and durable material that stands the test of time. The strong reflective piping on the outer lining offers the most visibility in the dark . Strong piping also helps to keep bags in shape while kept on the surface. Our pannier liner bags are durable, lightweight and handy while you are on a trip. The use of high-quality YKK zippers in these bags makes it open like a suitcase, which helps in easy packing. The GBG pannier bags fit well and accessible while in the panniers or cases. These bags also feature a shoulder strap and carry handles, which makes it super easy to carry them. These pannier bags can be flat-packed in storage so that to use it for your next trip. Each bag has bottom studs in case you need to put them on the road or surface. Most of the bags have an outer pocket to put your important documents like passport etc.


  • Made of Cordura Material
  • Water-Resistant
  • Reflective piping on the outer lining for maximum visibility in the dark
  • Light-weight, handy and durable
  • High-quality YKK zippers used
  • Laced up with shoulder strip and carry handles
  • Bottom studs for keeping it on the road or surface
  • An outer pocket for keeping important documents


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