Innovative Storage Solutions prides itself in staying one step ahead of the Touring Bike Industry by constantly introducing clever new products designed to make Touring Bike Enthusiast's experience easier and more enjoyable.
Innovative Storage Solutions prides itself in being the leader in functional, durable Bagger products for your bike. We have set a goal of producing at least two unique products per year with the rider's comfort and security in mind.
Coming this year is a gun holster designed to be not only safely tucked but easy to get to quickly in the event you or your family's safety is at risk.
Also this year will be a saddlebag suitcase designed to safely and conveniently stow the REDA gas can.
Looking forward to seeing you!
... in the American Spirit
2013 Harley Davidson Road Glide©
"What to carry on that LONG trip?"
Touring riders have long struggled with the dilemma of what to carry, besides all the gear your buddy with the non-touring bike can't! Packing all of the necessary items meant overflowing saddlebags.
After several thousand miles of long distance riding, the idea struck one day while trying to organize the bags. Five years and 50,000 miles later, the original "It's In The Bag" pouches still live in those same saddlebags in great condition. Since the release of our first product, we have developed several other items, including "Weekender" saddlebag suitcases and "Caddy Sack" replacement tethers.
...and American Ingenuity
RIP Neil Armstrong
"I just have to tell you how much my fiancé enjoyed the storage pouches. He's an organizational nutcase and this was right up there with the invention of post it notes, toolboxes and pocket protectors to him! And I managed to keep it a secret!
"He was absolutely floored when he saw what they were. He had spoken to someone at your booth in Americade but wasn't ready to purchase them at that time. Then he forgot, lost the brochure, and not being real savvy on the Internet, gave up.
"Once he realized what they were, he immediately went out to the garage, in his pj's, got the overly stuffed ratty old zipper tool pouch he had on the Road King and proceeded to organize all his tools. No one could even talk to him until he was finished, it was actually pretty funny."