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The Kriega Overlander 30 is an ultra-lightweight, but incredibly tough and 100% dust / waterproof, dirt bike pannier system build for hardcore rides. 2 x 15L Drypacks mount without pannier frames and are highly adjustable to fit virtually all Enduro and Dual Sports motorcycles. Includes 4 x Rack Loops which can increase capacity to 60L with the addition of a Kriega US tail pack (5 - 30L, sold separately).
Each Overlander 30 kit includes:
1 x frameless fit kit
2 x Kriega Overlander 15 bags
4 x Rack Loops
No frame or rack required
Fits in minutes
Ultra-secure, high tensile nylon straps
Heavy duty, aggressive. no-slip (even with heavy loads in wet conditions) nylon cam-buckles
Includes Kriega Rack Loops to increase luggage capacity to 60L (with additional bags, sold separately)
100% dust / waterproof Drypack construction
Ultra-tough, double-stitched 1000D Cordura with reinforced sides
Twin straps to compress the load, whatever the terrain
Each bag can accommodate 1 x 1-gallon RotopaX can (sold separately)
Soft bags offer adjustable pack size & flexibility on impact
Please Note: Rear fender needs to be drilled (4 x 6 mm holes) to fit Rack Loops.
Overland gear for a CRF
This stuff is built for abuse. Perfect size for the LRP. Fitted up without any issues. 100% waterproof. My setup attaches the bags very tight to the plastics above the subframe. Very secure and only a wee bit of flopping. Great product and as usuall great service from Revzilla!
December 23, 2013
I used these on my 2010 KTM 530 EXC. I rode everything from interstate to rock gardens in the mountains. The bags sat out on the bike overnight during a HEAVY storm and everything inside stayed perfectly dry. The bags hold an amazing amount of gear. They never shifted around or came loose, even when we were riding some really rough terrain and running high speeds. I had a few very low speed tip overs (maybe 5-10mph) into rocks/dirt and they show no signs of wear.
I did have a few spots where the liners were rubbing against something in the bags and wore through. They were small and few over the course of seven days of hard riding. I've not checked on the availability of replacements. I do like that the liners have the velcro around the opening to secure them to the bag opening. I placed some items between the bag and liner, to prevent contamination of the bag contents. This included spare motor oil, WD-40, and a few items I did not carry about getting wet (zip ties and such).
The bags are super easy to mount and dismount. I have a Flatland Racing Pro Billet rear rack on my bike. This plate has tapped holes in it that perfectly matched the size of the mounts that come with these bags. So I did not even have to drill the fender to secure the mounts. One thing though, the bags are hard on the plastic where they rub on each side of the seat. Not a big deal for me, but some folks might not like that.
I want the lower straps to be adjustable with a cam buckle rather than just the loops. I don't like having to always use the upper straps to get the lower straps tight. That is a minor issue though.
I want something OTHER than the cam buckle between the two bags where it crosses over the seat. It is not fun to sit on. I also want it so that this strap can be pulled completely through so that the bags can be separated when off the bike.
I want adjustable straps on each side of the bag where you clip in the roll down clips on the top. If the bag is not stuffed, these stay loose and don't always make a good seal. Having the top cross over strap does help though.
I did not use any of the other Kriega bags in conjunction with these. My buddy used the 20 liter bag as a tail bag and seemed very happy with it though. I used a Wolfman Medium Expedition dry bag instead. The Kriega bags really helped to provide a platform for that bag for lateral stability. A couple Rok Straps took care of keeping it in place.
If you don't have some kind of heat shield for your exhaust, you will need to get one or make one. I had one from my Giant Loop Mojave bags and it worked well. It could stand to have been a few inches longer though. Without some kind of shield, I would think the bags would burn or at least the contents might get unacceptably HOT!
The bags never interfered with my seating or moving around on the bike, other than the bump for that cross over strap cam buckle.
The bags got real dirty. I just used a stiff brush on them and they cleaned right up with no problems!
I uploaded a bunch of pics hopefully showing how much room you have, how the bags sit, etc,...
I used the 20 liter Kriega backpack as well, but will do a separate review for it. The short version is that I like it.
September 25, 2013
best rackless pannier set I could find on the internet
over a 1000 miles of off road use on the bags so far. they are great, dust and water proof just as advertised by Kriega. its amazing how much of your buddies stuff you can fit in these bags on the trail because they bought Ebay bags and they exploded. One thing I scored it low on was mounting, i had to make some exhaust braces to keep the number plate held away from the muffler. Also in the stock pictures from Kriega they show you a more vertical mounting position of the bags, you do not want to mount it this way. more horizontal the better, you want the top of the bags the same level as the seat top. mount the rack loops in the rear fender pretty far back, this will lay the bag more vertical and bring the top down. you want the bolt that holds the cross straps to the bag on the side of the seat, not above. if you have it above it will bend the back board and put stress on the seams. if you have any questions on mounting, ADVRider is a great place to find the US rep Michael AKA BritKit or amanlikemike, super cool gent, he helped me get everything mounted right to ensure thousands of miles of use. i bought these bags knowing they were more expensive than anything out there, let me tell you they are worth every penny, and my buddies who bought the E-bay specials are going to buy these pannier sets for thier bikes as well
September 22, 2013
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Branden D:Yes you can, from what I can tell all Kriega bags in some way will attach to each other. I run a US-20 bag between the top of the pannier set and use the rack loops to secure it. The bags never move. Great system will thought outSep 22, 2013
A shopper asked:I want to add a US-5 to each of my Overlander bags. I've seen how other Kreiga bags attach. Is it possible with these as well? Ideally I would add them to one of the sides of the bags so that the bike doesn't get any wider.Sep 29, 2013