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Kriega R35 Backpack

The Kriega R35 has a 35-litre capacity with 6-point pack compression. Organizer pockets: front mesh pocket with shock cord compression, top zip-mesh pocket, 2 x side access zip pockets, inner A4 sleeve & key clip.

Featuring the innovative QUADLOC harness system - once set - just zip in and out. Harness angled away from underarms for total freedom of movement and no shoulder pull. Chest panel includes 2 x zip pockets and a 3M Scotchlite reflective zip-cover.

Features:

  • SUPERSPACE: 5mm airspace fabric
  • Oversize YKK coil zips
  • Schoeller DYNATECH with integrated 3M Scotchlite reflectivity
  • 1000D Dupont Cordura on base and harness
  • 420D nylon rip-stop: Lightweight, yet extremely strong
  • Unique QUADLOC harness
  • CNC 6061-T6 alloy buckles (patent protected)
  • Upgraded harness to enable a wider range of rider to get the ‘perfect Kriega fit’ 
  • Fully hydration compatible - reservoir relocated from outer pocket to main compartment
  • Optional Kriega 3 Liter Hydrapak + Tube avaliable (sold separately)
  • Hydration tube routes out and over the shoulder through a covered duct located top, center of the main compartment
  • Reflective web loops on sides of pack to facilitate easier fastening of US-10 expansion pack
  • 2 x outer zip-pockets
  • Front mesh pocket with shock-cord
  • Top zip-mesh pocket
  • inner A4 sleeve pocket
  • Reinforced carry handle
  • 10-year guarantee
  • 35-litre capacity
  • Size: 570mm(H) x 300mm(W) x 200(D) mm
4.6 / 5
Bang For The Buck
3.9 / 5
Ease Of Install
4.5 / 5
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5 / 5
Best motorcycle backpack.
Love this backpack. I've owned a number of motorcycle-specific packs. The Kriega R35 is by far the best pack I've ever purchased. The pack is sturdy and build quality is excellent. Lots of room to store things. And the best part is that it is no matter how much weight I've put in the pack, I barely feel it when I ride. Even weighed down, there are no painful points on my shoulders or back. In 50 years, when I am 80 and I finally manage to wear out the pack, I am going to buy another one to use with my customized, chromed-out wheelchair scooter.

A quick shout out to Revzilla... You guys are great. If everyone ran online shopping the way you guys do, then there really would be no need for bricks and mortar. Kudos. Keep up the good work.
June 7, 2016
Purchased
4 months ago
Ride:
2016 BMW S1000RR
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Perfect Motorcycle Backpack for Gym Gear + Some.
Looking for a quality Motorcycle backpack that will fit all your Gym Gear + Some? Then the Kriega R35 is your bag! I could not be happier with my purchase and would recommend this bag to anyone looking for a quality backpack, with a good amount of room to pack your items.

After a lot of online searching and reading many reviews, I ended up deciding on and purchasing the Kriega R35 Backpack from Revzilla. (And i research a LOT before i purchase!! I want to be sure that i am putting my money towards quality products before buying online).

At the time i purchased, (May 2016), the Kriega R35 did seem a little more on the expensive side compared to some of the other bags i was looking at and considering. However the Kriega customer reviews were superb so i pulled the trigger. And i am happy to say I'm so glad that i did! I couldn't be any more happy with the bag. It is definitely worth every penny. Like another reviewer said, "Do It! You wont regret it!". I too can now personally attest to this statement. Do It!

I was unsure about the size at first, but i ended up going with the larger model Kriega R35 - And boy am I glad i did.

I ride a Yamaha Raider and don't have saddle bags. The main reason for purchasing a backpack for my bike is that i gym / run almost every day during work lunch hours, so i needed something to accommodate my gear. My main requirements for my new backpack?

(1) Enough room to carry all my gym gear + some.
(2) Be comfortable (And Safe), to ride with.
(3) Durable and Quality Manufacturing.

The Kriega R35 has over delivered on all of the above, especially its comfort and capacity. It is absolutely perfect for my needs and it meets all my expectations of what i was looking for and wanting in a Motorcycle Backpack.

The zip in and out harness works really well once you have it set. The weight distributes nicely across your chest and hips and it is easy to ride with.

I read some reviews and people were questioning lack of Pockets on the bag. For me personally the R35 has plenty of pockets for my needs.

I LOVE the Chest panel that includes 2 x zip pockets for easy access to must have items. These pockets admittedly are not overly large in size, but my LG G3 Smarthphone fits snug in one pocket, (and i mean snug - don't think anything bigger would fit) - And my wallet fits the other chest panel pocket. (Wallet has a few credit cards and dollar bills. Be warned, a bulky wallet with wads of cash wont fit well, if at all). But it is so great to have such easy access to money at the Gas Station. Also i enjoy the fact that my wallet has my magnetic security badge in it, so once at work, its off the bike, and with the R35 still securely fastened to my back, all i need to do is lean down at the security door at work and it will open. The magnetic card reader easily reads the magnetic badge located inside my wallet that i keep in the front zipper pocket on the Kriega R35 chest panel. No need to rummage around trying to find the wallet in your pack, you know where it is every time. Convenience at its best.

Items I pack in my bag on a daily basis:
Gym Shoes
Gym Shorts,
Gym Socks,
Gym Underwear
Workout Singlet
Towel for showering
Hand Towel
Flip Flops
Nalgene 32 Oz Water Bottle
Degree 3.8 OZ deodorant x 2
Garmin Pouch with Watch + Headphones
My man bag, which I throw all my work items into - Reading Glasses, Vitamins, Gum etc
Lunch = Banana, Cereal Bar + Lean Protein Shake 14 fl OZ
I even manage to take my coffee each morning with me in my Kriega R35! This was a pleasant surprise and I achieve this by pouring my coffee into a Starbucks Stainless Steel 24 fl oz cup, I then slide the stainless cup down into the front mesh pocket on the Kriega, making sure i tighten the shock cord compression for a snug upright fit! Coffee is still hot when i get to work! (9 Mile Commute). No spills whatsoever.
Finally, when needed, my 15" Laptop can squeeze in as well.

As you can see, that is a lot of items for a daily work commute. Probably more than what the average rider is looking for. But the bag holds up nicely and it makes taking my belongings to work a breeze. I am also really happy with the way in which the bag distributes all that weight. It makes for a comfortable ride and the backpack does not feel "Heavy" at all. No sore muscles either which is nice.

So, if your looking for a motorcycle backpack that you can carry your gym gear in whilst having extra room for other items, then this is your bag! You truly wont be disappointed.

If you don't have the requirement to carry so many items, you would probably be better of with a smaller sized Kriega.

All in all, i'm a very happy customer, and i would definitely buy the Kriega Brand again. Thanks Kriega for an awesome product and thanks Revzilla for speedy shipping. No complaints at all.

Other thoughts: I am 6'2" Tall, 195lbs, 36W 34L Jeans and wear a Large size dress shirt. I also wear my XL Speed and Strength MC Jacket that has Kevlar back protector and shoulder / elbow reinforcement. So i bulk out a bit. The Kriega 35 fits me perfectly over this jacket and there is probably some room for adjusting the bag to make it bigger. However, I used to weigh 240lbs and i am not sure how the bag would have fitted me then. If at all. If your larger in size, you may want to research how the bag would fit your body size and what its capabilities are. I don't know that info.

Finally, i cant comment on how waterproof the Kriega 35 is. Other peoples reviews say it is fine, but i am yet to ride with it in the rain so cant give an honest review on this subject.
June 4, 2016
Purchased
4 months ago
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
My first motorcycle backpack
I bought this due to its size since I plan to commute a lot and would need to carry my work clothes with me. It's big enough to hold everything I need, though it gets a little full each time. Sometimes I wish I could fit just a little more into it, but then I suppose it would just mean that I would have to get saddle bags for the motorcycle instead.

The backpack sticks to me snugly, and I don't need to adjust it each time I put it on. When riding, I barely feel it at all.

Another reason why I got this is for the pockets on your chest. However, the zipper is too small for me to work with while I have my gloves on. I need to tap my ID to get into the parking lot, but since it's on an incline and I can't lean over to touch my chest to the id scanner, I usually have to stop halfway down the block to take my id out. I suppose I could tie a string to the zipper, but it would feel tacky to me.

The pockets in the zipper is also a slight downside. I always wear my perforated jacket, but when I have my backpack on, my chest behind the pocket feels wet. The rest of my chest feels cool and dry. Perhaps if they made it slightly perforated to allow some air flow, it would feel more comfortable.

The only thing I wish it had would be a built-in helmet holder. You can always bring the bag that your helmet came in and put the straps over the backpack before putting it on, but it's a hassle. I just carry my helmet in my hand.
August 2, 2013
Now I understand why this bag commands that price!
I was a little skeptical at first since I was already dealing with size changes in Ogio line of NoDrag bags. I liked the aerodynamics of it, but the interior space and weight distribution proved too challenging for longer rides or shopping. Let me clarify: The Ogio NoDrag moto bags are not a competitor to this particular product; this is for a different use and size.
After viewing Anthony's detailed description and demonstration, I figured it was worth a try. It's hard to beat the RevZilla no hassle return policy after all.
This was money well spent. I don't consider myself overly technical when it comes to motorcycle riding gear, but I DO understand what feels comfortable and manageable when riding. First of all, I have to admit the QUADLOC harness system appeared a little gimmicky and looked like its own project just to get it right. Since I went into it with an open mind of 'surprise me', I was not disappointed. The harness system is definitely different from anything else you may have worn and may take a little getting used to. Once you understand your 'fit', it becomes so simple to use. After trying it around the house for a while then riding, I didn't really notice the pack was on me. There is no tiring of the shoulder or neck area. It may initially feel as though your bag is too low until you start riding and realize the location is ideal and just works!
Your arms have full range of motion and you really can slide your arms through while wearing your riding gear. The video makes it look as though you can only get that level of comfort if you are wearing a t-shirt, but he was telling the truth- the space and comfort are there. Strange buckle system for me, but I'll try anything different if it might work.
The two front zippers built into the QUADLOC harness make access to items such as a wallet, ID card, or keys very rider friendly. My only suggestion would be to include a strong, clear velcro ID holder on the front left flap of the harness. This makes it more efficient to show your license or other ID if needed to access a facility or making transactions that require presentation.
The interior. 35 liters. That's big. But the bag doesn't look sloppy or cumbersome at all. I found it hard to believe it could hold so much until I had to stop a moto gear store for a oil changing kit with funnel. I easily fit that in there along with a complete change of clothing to include a thick hoodie and showering gear.
The front mesh pocket with shock-cord keeps your newly expanded Kriega 35 compacted and secured. The top mesh pocket is handy for smaller items you may need to access quickly. Just understand this bag is not the waterproof version so if that is a deal breaker for you, Kriega has a bag to cover that, too! Since there is a nice slot for a laptop, etc., I recommend always keeping a plastic bag in there just in case you need it. You might not ever need it but good to have anyway.
This bag is a little larger than what you may be accustomed to, but the strong, durable features on top of a great warranty are what get the job done. Don't forget to claim your additional items from the promotion that ends soon! I am glad I took the chance on purchasing this bag. I don't know why I never heard of it until Anthony reviewed it. Now I wonder how I ever did without it. This is THE bag to travel with. It gets a few stares and comments referring to looking like a starship trooper, but you won't mind! Enjoy the new year!
December 28, 2012
Ride:
2011 Ducati Hypermotard 1100 EVO
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Roomy, super comfortable riding pack with great features.
I have several pieces of Kriega's collection already and am a big believer in their product. I purchased this pack a few weeks ago and am still putting it through it's paces.

Things I like:
It's a solid stylish pack, and I am generally happy with the build.
The shoulder harness and chest pad/pockets are beefy but super comfortable, especially riding down the freeway and being able to shoulder check with ease. I've had the 35L pack stuffed full but barely notice it when I'm riding.
The internal compartment is large enough to fit my monster Dell laptop.
The zippers are water tight and the pockets all seem well thought out.

Things I don't like:
The bag is advertised as having 3M Scotchlite reflectivity built in, which is a big reason I purchased this model. However, observers tell me the silver on the pack is barely noticeable and that I am still nearly blacked out from behind. Kriega could have gotten a lot more aggressive with reflective piping on the seams and reflective webbing/straps. In my mind, this is a critical design omission for such a specialized riding pack.
November 12, 2012
Ride:
2005 Ducati 800 Sport
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
the best backpack i have ever owned
use the r35 to commute from school to home. fits all my books comfortably and with ease. i love being able to attach other kriega products to this backpack.
December 28, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
4 / 5
I carry heavy stuff
I am a full time student, I work full time, and I manage to go the gym. I carry my laptop, binder, notebook, gym shoes and clothes and my lunch. Sometimes it weights 20 pounds and it feels like I have nothing on my back. The reflectors get dirty after use but the quality is good. The harness is excellent. I sometimes can't put my arms thru it because I have leather but I figured out if I swing my backpack it will be easier.
September 9, 2013
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Huge backpack, might be too big
Excellent backpack from kriega. the chest zipper is a little annoying to line up but quality is excellent. The backpack is huge. I found more than enough room for a 5 day trip including a rain suit. The backpack is so big that you might find yourself putting more stuff than you can carry. The backpack is perfect for a 3-5 hour trip. anything more than that your back will be asking for a break. held pretty well against the rain but water did find it self inside the bag after a couple of hours in the rain, but overall held up nicely. If you are planning on a 6-8 hours a day would not recommend unless you go super light with maybe 50% of the capacity of the backpack. I wish I would have bought the R25 just because I have a tendency of over preparing and over packing
October 13, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
5 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
Great in weather and comfortable over long distance
Bought this ahead of a long weekend trip late in the season up to New England (800 miles round trip). Very comfortable throughout, definitely didn't appreciate before the benefits of a purpose designed/built motorcycle backpack. Finish is rugged and simple to adjust on the go. Not to mentioned all my gear stayed dry through 3+ hours riding through the rain. Very impressed!
October 20, 2014
Ride:
2011 BMW F800R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Ease Of Install
4 / 5
Durability
5 / 5
I can fit everything in my pack.
Easy to use, very roomie. I carry boots a sweater, jeans, lunch, ipad, water bottle and you can fit more. It is very durable, premium build. The only complaint is the chest zip in area, it absolutely aggrevates me when i try to look down my helmet chin area hits the chest straps i can't see down at all ill post pictures. Other then the chest strap everything else is perfect.
November 10, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2009 Suzuki GSX-R750
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I wanted a high-quality commuter and long-distance pack that would be able to stand up, no matter how much abuse it faced. Kriega by far seems to have the best results in terms of a do anything, go anywhere pack.
Joshua M on Jul 7, 2016
I'm about to go for a month long ride and I wanted nothing but the best,, after alotta research I decided to go with this one. I will post a full review once I come back.
A C on May 28, 2016
I wanted a high-quality commuter and long-distance pack that would be able to stand up, no matter how much abuse it faced. Kriega by far seems to have the best results in terms of a do anything, go anywhere pack.
Joshua M on Jul 7, 2016
Size and durability.
Kevin R on Jun 22, 2016
I'm about to go for a month long ride and I wanted nothing but the best,, after alotta research I decided to go with this one. I will post a full review once I come back.
A C on May 28, 2016
Love this pack.
SierraMike on Mar 6, 2016
I ride a big adventure bike. Yes, I do the highway/hotel thing, more often though it get used as intended (off road). My wife, however is the total traveler (except for the moto). She has dragged me on long Himalayan treks to luxury cruses. I am extremely unorganized but have learned to pack with extra care to make up for this. I needed a back pack that would hold a lot of gear, work as a 'carry on' for international travel and most of all. be comfortable on my back for hours on end.
Steven H on Feb 29, 2016
Need a good, high quality, bag.
jollwyx on Feb 13, 2016
Best bike bag I've ever owned. Very solid, and extremely versatile. I love how it sinches down to suit capacity and minimize buffeting.
Jason M on Dec 28, 2015
I carry sneakers, Sweater, Ipad, phone, keys, wallet, head phones, extra pair of jeans, a hat, and my lunch on a daily basis. This pack suites my need for space.
Javy on Oct 23, 2015
go work and gym with stile and "civil" looking
Artur Volker C on Sep 3, 2015
Wanted a great bag for commuting and assorted traveling. Not the most comfortable backpack for walking around, but it is perfect in a sportbike riding position. You can fit 4 full days of travel stuff in this bag no problem.
F U on Aug 30, 2015
Very strong better than a regular backpack
A R on Aug 30, 2015
Wanted something for travel both on and off the bike. Wound up being too big for me (volume, not fitment)
Patrick S on Jul 1, 2015
It's well constructed and like the ease of putting it on. The two front zipper pockets are awesome, great for wallet,keys,earplugs,chapstick or whatever.
Jamie O on Jun 28, 2015
Already a Kriega convert (thanks Anthony) with an R20. I'm slowly progressing out of "noob" territory and want to start doing some longer trips across Cali. Like the thought of throwing a couple of days worth of gear in this thing and just disappearing. Bummed it doesn't have the same quad lock closures as the R20, but every review I've read worldwide (yep, I'm THAT guy) gives praise to the big-*ss zipper closure chest harness, so that's good enough for me. Kriega is the gold standard. Period.
LaGerald N on Mar 7, 2015
Saddlebags are too expensive, so for me, this was an affordable alternative.
Chris K on Feb 5, 2015
I need a bigger bag to carry stuff. Has great reviews and looks stunning.
Karl S on Jan 28, 2015
online reviews
Richard F on Aug 1, 2014
after numerous hours broke down in serval days searching in the computer for a good backpack that I could use while ridding my motorcycle, mountain bike, and or just for weekend trips this seems like the top of my choices. I can only hope it is what everyone seems to say it is. I really found no bad ratings or comments for this or any Kriega backpacks. Im just going with the I rather have it and not needed, than need it and not have it. (space wise).
Max on Jun 10, 2014
After perusing countless product listings, articles, and reviews, Kriega seems to provide the best ROI. Do your homework and you'll come to the same conclusion. Sure, initial cost is a bit daunting; however, long-term peace-of-mind is priceless. Which Kriega model to purchase will depend on your needs. For me, I chose the R35 for its spaciousness and bleeding-edge design. While it lacks the waterproof feature of the R30, I'll purchase a separate 35L Waterproof Dry Bag to use inside the backpack.
James R on May 16, 2014
I needed bigger storage for my jacket and boots. I figure I'd give the R35 a go to see if it fits my needs.
Hien T on Apr 16, 2014
chosen for capacity and customer reviews
Steven G on Apr 6, 2014
I need a bag that will be able to hold a large load of items, and not hurt my back while on short or long rides. While searching for other options. This bag seemed to be the best for what i needed.
Sammy A on Mar 2, 2014
I wanted something that I could transport everything I needed for short rides, water resistant, and secure.
Robert K on Jan 31, 2014
I commute with electronics, and while the WP bag (R30) would have been better, this bag has a separate laptop pocket in addition to a more attractive and (to me) useful harness system. Having my wallet and ID right there along with my work ID is a plus.
Cedric S on Sep 5, 2013
Excellent quality, good video review by Anthony.
Stephen B on Aug 17, 2013
Hoping this will hold about 5 days of clothes for vacation. In space bags of course.
Michael C on Aug 10, 2013
Size and durability.
Kevin R on Jun 22, 2016
Love this pack.
SierraMike on Mar 6, 2016
I am looking into a bag that will serve as a roomy school bag, in which I need to be able to carry a 17in laptop in a sleeve, various binders, a book or two, and a few misc smaller items. I also want it to feel secure while riding (which I am sure this Kriega R35 is). Simply put, will this bag be able to comfortably hold the items above and possibly more?

Thank you!
Zackery B on May 31, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Absolutely, and then some... It's roomier than you think, has excellent retention straps, and is entirely adjustable. Kriega makes the best packs for riders, hands down. Hope this helps....
I just ordered the Kriega R25 bag. My question is on the Kriega R35 bag for 2014. Do you have any info on it? The only reason I did not order it was because of the big 'ole flap in front and the airflow blockage. Do you know if this has been removed redesigned for their new R35 redesign?
KEVIN L on Dec 2, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The big flap does block some air but even on hot days air does flow down into your chest. I ride a 996 with a double bubble and I still get ok airflow. If your in an upright position it will block more air. I keep my phone in the left pocket as well and still get ok airflow. I really like this bag. Once adjusted to your body it stays there. The only issue I had was the semi ridged back panel. It was about 1 inch to long when my solo seat is on. It has a higher rear hump and would make it hard to look up high. I just rolled the top back a bit and it was perfect. It takes a few rides to get the front and rear helmet clearances down but when you do your shoulders will love you. The weight disappears as this pack distributes it off your shoulders and does not shift around when leaning. It holds up well in a crash as well. An unfortunate lowside in the canyons with a nice back slide rear somersault at the end left me sitting up resting on the pack like I just decided to take a break. Very minor scuffing was the result. Not a single stitch popped. Oh fyi when off the bike. You can walk around with it unzipped but it's not an over one shoulder bag.The R35 is my go to bag.
Hi!
What is your best Waterproof backsack?
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Bjørn Riiber
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A shopper on Jun 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Well. Not much you can do if it was not made that way. In the military they still issue us duffle bags but toss in an equal sized waterproof liner will roll up top so you can make water resistant backpacks into proof packs. I have the r25 and can't recommend kriega quality enough. I'd have no problem pulling the trigger on the kriega R30/35 were I looking at rainy day riding. While pricey how often do you buy backpacks? I'll ride with mine till it falls off and buy another which after 30k miles doesn't look like I'll be shopping for another any time soon. Not a atich has popped and I use it every day to work and back and on long weekend rides. The strap system works! I regularly haul 5 2L bottles home and my neck and shoulders love Kriegas setup.
Will this pack fit a jacket and a full face helmet with room to spare?
A S on Oct 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: As for the jacket, a typical cool jacket will fit with no problem, but a riding jacket with all the fitted padding/protection may be a tight fit but possible. But trying to fit a helmet in there as well will probably not work at all. I just squeezing my small size Arai in there and it didn't work for me.

I definitely recommend the Kriega Helmet Skin if you plan to store the helmet safely in any backpack...plus it has a cool carry handle!

I hope that helps.
This bag is the perfect size for me. My only problem is that it is not waterproof. I don't want to go down to the 30L because I'd be giving up 5L and I need all the space I can purchase in a backpack. My question: is there a way to waterproof the R35? is there a separate liner I can purchase? I'll be carrying books and occasionally electronics and would like everything to stay nice and dry. Any advice, ideas and suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks for your time.
Darnetta J on Oct 23, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I've been riding with the pack for awhile now, rain or shine. The only way that water would penetrate your pack is if you endo'd into a pond. The air flow barrier that forms around you while riding doesn't allow the water to seep into the material. Red lights are not a problem either. If you are truly worried about a lap top or other electronic device the grocery bag is an inexpensive option depending on the frequency of rain in your area. I have taken the pack down the interstate in a torrential down pour and everything was perfectly dry.. except for my shoes
Does this backpack have issues with jacket/suits that have a speed hump?
BoyBastos on Jun 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: My jacket does not have a speed hump but the backpack itself is very adjustable, comfortable, and well made. There is also about an inch of cushion on the back that may help comform around the hump a little. I would recommend getting it and just trying it on with your jacket to see if you are comfortable with it on. If not, Revzilla is great about making it easy to return. It is a great backpack for riding. I bought a second Kriega for my wife to use on her bike as well.
Does this backpack have any issues if you're wearing a jacket/suit with a speed hump?
A shopper on Jun 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Not that I've noticed, I have a leather jacket with a D3O spine protector and a speed hump, no issues so far. The tightening system allows you to adjust the straps at 4 different points; so with a speed hump, the bag will just sit a little lower to allow for some extra clearance. Hopefully this helps, It's a great bag and worth the $$
Has anyone used the Kube in conjunction with the R35? Not quite sure how/where it would mount with the different front locking system...
Matt R on Nov 23, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I believe it mounts on the back. There are two gray tabs on each side of the pack to attach to.
Can the R35 carry a full face helmet?
Eric C on Apr 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: yes it can.
Has anyone used the R35 for basic backpacking/hiking? Thinking of pulling the trigger; it would be nice to be able to justify the price by knowing the pack can double as a day pack for hiking. I do wish it had a side pocket for a canteen though.
Steve H on Aug 16, 2016