Aw, come on, its a GERMAN motorcycle.
My feeling is that bag liners take up quite a bit of the usable space inside the bag. I need the thinnest ones possible. Much of the time I use a paper bag. My wife says I have no class. I like Kathy's stuff in general.
Yes, it is. That's a bit of a non sequitur, though. The discussion is about bag liners, and the point is that, after dropping 20 large on a German motorcycle, one could save $50 bucks and buy a product that is likely lower quality gear (I'll be the first to admit to having bought Cortech bags in the past, much to my vast disappointment). Or one could spend an additional $50 and buy from a company (usually small) that produces the stuff here in America. And thanks, DanDiver, for pointing out TLC; did not know of them.
I apologize for being a puckerbutt, especially since I note that your comment was tongue-in-cheek, you are green (paper or plastic), and you give the nod to Kathy.
The whole issue of 'let's send our stuff to China to get it made real cheap; after all, 100% of the profit stays in our pocket' mentality, just chaps my hide. If I have a choice, I will buy from an American manufacturer every time.
Heavy sigh. Rant off. Sorry for hijacking.