I use this kind of cover when travelling and like it.
Not sure the brand,
When I got my bike in 1995 I bought the first cover I found at the stealer. Big mistake. It had a nice white Goldwing logo on it and almost immediately started to shed little bits of white decal all over the place, including the bike.
Not long after that fiasco I got a "Bagman Ultra I" full cover, made by Lemans Corporation in Rogers Minnesota, according to the label on it.
Pros: It's heavy material and still waterproof after all these years and it has no signs of holes or tears. Cons: There was a soft layer of white material on the inside top section designed to protect the windshield from scuff marks but that has worn away (windshield has been fine without it). The black is also slightly discolored from sitting in the sunshine.
It is not small or light...takes up about one third of the space in a saddlebag, but it's always with me. I cover my 1500 if I'm going to leave it anywhere, even in a shop parking lot, as I feel it attracts far less attention that way.
I no longer seem to have a record of where, or exactly when, I bought mine, and I'm guessing it's no longer made, but the site below appears to still sell the "Ultra II" version (I think mine was an XL size).
Here's what mine looks like on my 1500 (note that I have a slightly lower than stock windshield i.e. a Firecreek):