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Kriega US-10 Drypack

The Kriega US-10 is an award-winning, high quality piece of motorcycle luggage, offering 10 liters of capacity. Like all Kriega US bags, it is a 100% waterproof Drypack with innovative design which attaches to the sub-frame, via included buckle loops and Alloy Hook Straps, for use as a motorcycle tail pack. It can also be used as a tank bag (with addition of US Tank adaptor) or in combination with other US packs to create a supremely adaptable, modular, soft luggage system. Like the US-5, the US-10 can also be attached to any Kriega motorcycle backpack (Hydro-3, R15, R20, R25, R30 and R35) to increase capacity by 10 liters. 

The Kriega US-10 is a unique piece of motorcycle luggage is designed to fit most race-rep style seat pads (attachment straps included).The pack is easily attached / removed by 4 x quick-release buckles. No extra bungees or covers are needed. It can be combined with other Kriega motorcycle tail packs in various configurations to suit your motorcycle and type of riding.

The base of the Kriega US-10 tailpack has an anti-slip coated-mesh pocket for storage of D-locks / chains etc.

For use as a tankbag, Kriega US Tank Adaptor must be purchased.

Features:

  • 100% waterproof main body
  • RHINOTEK: abrasion resistant fabric
  • HYPALON: abrasion resistant reinforcement
  • DRYPACK: removable taped-seam liner (white)
  • 420D ripstop nylon - lightweight yet extremely strong
  • CNC milled, 6061-T6 alloy fitting hooks
  • Acetal ITW Airloc buckles
  • YKK water-resistant side pocket zip
  • Side access zip-pocket (water-resistant)
  • Coated-mesh pocket
  • US Alloy Hook Straps included
  • 10-year guarantee
  • 10-litre capacity  
  • (H)13 x (W)8.7 x (D)4.9 inches
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Kriega US-10 Drypack 4.7 5 59 59
Excellent bag system The entire Kriega line is excellent and performs better than expected. Initial setup takes a little time, but once complete it works flawlessly. July 27, 2015
Kriega makes a top quality bag This bag fits perfectly on the tail of my Aprilia Tuono. As the Tuono has no storage under the seat, this bag holds just about everything I need for a day trip (tools, my phone, ipad and extra shirt). Very happy with my purchase. June 19, 2015
So Far So Good Only had this for a short time, I use it as a catch all right now, my Diavel has NO room for anything. So I put my helmet lock, lock cable, disk lock, tire repair kit in the main section. cell phone in the zipper part. works well, easy to install. working on a way to secure it so it will not get stolen. I trust no one.... June 16, 2015
Great bags I bought these to add to my 20L bag so add additional storage on my most recent ride. They added easily to either side of the 20L bag and gave a nice flat surface on which to place larger items such as tent, bed roll, etc. The only down side of these bags is that there is no pocket that is easily accessible when stopping for just a moment. I have ridden thru real down pours and the contents of these bags remained dry. Easy on/off/. This bag alone would be good for back and forth to work but would prob be too small if you wanted to put anything very large. June 15, 2015
Quality functional bag Bought this bag due to the fact that the 848 has NO space for putting anything! Actually bought it as a tail bag but like it more as a tank bag. Adapter for tank is top notch too and unclips easily for fill-ups. Price is right in line with the quality that Kriega makes. Buy nice or buy twice! The bag is very well made and looks great on the bike. Stores the essentials perfectly: wallet, phone, ipad, rag, sunglasses... Waterproofing is a big bonus. Other reviewers complained that the bag has to be stuffed to stay secure and that is probably true so I just put bubble wrap when it isn't full. Makes it nice to rest on when on the highway. I like that it is modular and works with Kriega's other products for when i get the US20. Internal liner is great - my sealed coffee cup leaked and I pulled the liner out and rinsed it no problem. One thing to remember and this sounds stupid but - this is a dry bag so getting in and out the end is a little more time consuming and cumbersome than a normal zippered tank/tail bag. May 29, 2015
Basic tailbag Was a little disappointed with the capacity upon receiving the tailbag. 10L is not very much, but the bag itself works as intended. It holds all my basic items I need to carry, and can be adjusted to size. Installing took longer than it should have, but that was my fault. I found it was easiest to double the four straps (creating two from four) that attach to the bike and lay one double strap per front and back attach points across (in parallel fashion) the seat creating a snug fit once the seat is locked in place. May 25, 2015
Great little bag I use this bag for daily commuting and short road trips and it works great. I was surprised how much I could fit in it and still didn't feel to big or bulky on the back of my bike. May 18, 2015
GREAT BAG THE FIRST TIME I USED THIS BAG IT GOT RAIN TESTED AND EVERYTHING INSIDE WAS DRY. I HAVE IT MOUNTED ON THE SOLO SEAT RACK ON MY TRIUMPH SCRAMBLER AND IT FIT GREAT. I WILL BE ADDING A 20 VERY SOON. May 12, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Hwang S: Needed space for tire gauge, patch kit, visor, rain gear, wallet, cell phone, and water bottle Jul 25, 2015
"" ": I use this as a briefcase for a Macbook Air 11. Sometimes alone, or strapped to a US30, or as a tank bag, or as a handlebar bag on Roadking. 30,000 road miles and equal amount of air miles. It now looks mellow, but no tears, rips, or stains. Has sustained 8 continuous hours in a monsoon on the highway- no leaks (not even the zipper compartment). Note- don't ever tell your 83 year old aunt that you will absolutely be there for easter dinner. Jul 17, 2015
Nathan M: I wanted a small tail bag that wouldn't look out of place on a sport bike, and this seemed like the best fit for me. Jul 4, 2015
Steven L: Small enough to work for commute/day trips, versatility to be stacked to larger Kriega bags, and also be mounted as a tail or tank bag. Less expensive entry into Kriega gear than starting with a US20 or 30, to see how I like their stuff, as well. Jul 2, 2015
Dan L: Needed waterproof bags that work and are actually waterproof. These will go on the upper crash bars of my 1200GS. Jun 20, 2015
christian g: This bag fits perfectly on the tail of my Aprilia Tuono. As the Tuono has no storage under the seat, this bag holds just about everything I need for a day trip (tools, my phone, ipad and extra shirt). This is a top quality bag. Very happy with my purchase. Jun 19, 2015
Christopher E: To carry stuff on my '15 Multistrada when I don't need the full capacity of the saddle bags and top case. Maybe just an overnighter... May 29, 2015
Kirk M: Needed someplace to carry stuff. May 4, 2015
Byron S: I rarely see a negative comment about any Kriega product. This appears to be the right size to carry a few extra items for a Saturday or Sunday day ride. Apr 28, 2015
Scott H: Past experience with the brand, very well made and water tight. Apr 19, 2015
Steve K: Flexibility, apparent quality, reviews. Apr 3, 2015
steve b: good reviews & should be the perfect size for my bike(. Mar 26, 2015
O Mitchell S: I like the quality of Kriega packs. Mar 20, 2015
Zachary L: I already have the Kriega US-20 and have found it to be a great bag. I wanted to add additional capacity. Mar 18, 2015
Justin M: I purchased this for my 2015 Yamaha FZ-07. Due to it's lack of internal storage, I need something to keep my flat tire kit and a few other essentials in. I want to try this over a strap mount tank bag (FZ-07 has a plastic tank cover) for ease of use and I can easily add to this to US-10 for anything more than a day ride. Feb 28, 2015
Steve B: Kriega has a strong reputation and I would like to be able to store gear without always carrying my panniers with me. Feb 25, 2015
Brian S: Was highly rated, a fair price, and I think will fit my overall needs in a tail bag. I am currently a commuter with an '09 Ninja 250, so I need something to hold a few basics. I also appreciate the product being weather proof. Feb 25, 2015
Krystoffer A: I wanted this as extra storage for my Kriega R35 Backpack. I am thinking of taking a road trip and camping up at northern CA and this will help me haul a little more stuff! Feb 23, 2015
David S: I already have a US-30, chose to purchase a 10 for smaller things to carry on my bike. Jan 24, 2015
steven s: I have US-5 Drypack I works great, needed more room to store winter gear as the day warms up , and its to small I will fasten the US-5 to it. The 10 should do what I need, the Kriega product is very well made and looks great I'm sure I will purchase more Kriega products in the future. Jan 24, 2015
Brian M: Kriega quality has sold me on their bags. Jan 19, 2015
Kathryn P: Need cargo bag for my 2012 Bonneville SE. Jan 15, 2015
J A: gift. Jan 13, 2015
Chuc N: Function Dec 25, 2014
Susan R: awesome Nov 2, 2014
Patrick C: Highly regarded for quality and usefulness. Lives up to its regard. Sep 23, 2014
Michael L: Kriega reputation. Sep 20, 2014
Alex S: Pack extra stuff for weekenders. 10 year warranty is a plus but with the durability and bullet[roof design of Kriega packs, you won't ever have to use it! Sep 15, 2014
A S: Needed a small dry-bag to go on my motorcycle.
Did my research and Kriega looks like a good quality brand.
Plus, If I got a size smaller than I would have liked, they interlock together when I buy a bigger 20 litre pack.
Sep 10, 2014
Nathan K: I want to carry water and snacks on my rides through the Angeles Crest without having to take my backpack. Sep 5, 2014
David K: Great reviews Aug 27, 2014
Charles T: Fits my triumph scrambler 900 efi Aug 1, 2014
Mark T: To go on my R20 if needed. Also may use it as a tail bag. Jun 15, 2014
Steven K: Kriega gear is bulletproof and is the perfect match for my US 20. Simple -- tough-- Great Gear!! Jun 11, 2014
Monica H: Commuter bag that won't takeaway from the look of the bike and brand quality. Jun 10, 2014
DAVID M: I need a tail pack to augment my 25l Kriega backpack so Kriega was the natural way to go since they make such great stuff! Jun 4, 2014
John K: flexibility to carry small items with out using saddle bags May 28, 2014
ray e: keep tools dry on dualsport ride May 5, 2014
John G: This Kriega stuff is very nice! Apr 13, 2014
Jeremy D: I have a Kreiga 20, amazing quality. Adding 2 Kreiga 10's to extend my storage capability and give me more travel options. Apr 9, 2014
Mike P: I needed a small bag to carry daily items. Mar 30, 2014
Fatashah W: Compact and on the go. with its waterproof quality I know i got a good buy. Mar 24, 2014
Joseph D: The review showed that it looked like a great product. Feb 28, 2014
Marc N: Spare clothes and tools for my daily commute. Feb 24, 2014
william b: I travel on a sport bike (zx-14). I use small soft saddle bags. I saw your video on the kriega line. wow, a tail bag that's not to big nor to small. Should this bag work well for me, I really like the ideal that it can grow with me. just get the next size larger bag and strap the old bag to it! wow! Feb 12, 2014
Douglas H: I will add the US-10 to the US-30 for additional space. I also may use it as a tailpack on it's own for everyday use. Jan 13, 2014
Mike L: Want to augment the hard sided bags for my bike with a small tail bag that is weather proof. This will also work for short rides where I don't use my side bags. Nov 29, 2013
Thomas R: fit's on top of my panniers Oct 28, 2013
Matthew G: The US-10 is an incredible bag with a relatively simple mounting system and it's waterproof. It get's me and my lunch to and from work with very little hassle and on days when the weather is a bit iffy, I can shove a set of rain overpants in there. Oct 14, 2013
Yong B: Looking for a waterproof back that is easily detachable, and can be used as a tank bag for my dual sport and as a tail bag on my cruiser. Oct 7, 2013
Carlo S: US30 with 2 US10s seemed to be a practical package to purchase - in case I would need quick trips, or if I needed to agument the US30's capacity. Oct 5, 2013
Edward C: Built-in waterproofing and quality manufacturing Aug 17, 2013
Jeff H asked: I am very interested in buying one of the Kriega tail bags for commuting, but am unsure which size to get, the us10 or the us20 ? My typical pack has: 1pr jeans or cargo shorts, 1 work shirt, and 2 - 9"x7" sandwich boxes. If you could make a recommendation it would be much appreciated.

Thank you!
Aug 14, 2013
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Greg T: The US 10 will be too small for you. I'm assuming your sandwich boxes are at least 1-inch high. You would have to stack the 9x7" sandwich boxes in the US10. (The US10 expands to 4-inches of height plus you have the external mesh/open pocket to use.) Jeans pack down to 3-inches of height, so the US10 will be too small for you (even with your work shirt in the external pocket. I recommend you go with the US20. I have that bag, too. Max height on the US20 is approximately 6-inches, and there's much more internal space (plus a larger external pocket.) I've found that it's always better to use the compression features to "pack smaller" than it is to overstuff a bag or omit items you might need later. Hope this helps. Aug 14, 2013
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Todd K: Jeff,
I bought a pair of US10s to put on top of my 38L Zega Pro Panniers for "overflow" duty on longer trips. They nicely fill this real estate. I just got back from doing the Colorado BDR and we rode in all weather; the contents always stayed dry. You should be fine - capacity wise - with the US10. I was continually surprised by how much could fit.. Order up, the beauty of working with ZLA is that you have no risk. If you don't like it, for any reason, send it back for a refund or upgrade. I've purchased thousands of dollars from RevZilla; these guys are great!

Todd K
Aug 14, 2013
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Daniel K: Depends on how tall those sandwich boxes are, but my guess is us10 is the right one. I have the 10 and would compare it to a briefcase. 20 is probably more like a school backpack in terms of volume. The 10 is a really great pack- small enough not to interfere but big enough for the essentials. Aug 14, 2013
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Michael P: The 10 will be tight for what you list. I have that I use as a tail pack. I carry a spare tube, my tool roll an extra pair of gloves and a few other small items. I think pants, a work shirt and 2 9" X 7" sandwich boxes would make it hard to keep that shirt neat! Look at the 20. Aug 14, 2013
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kenneth m: i have the us 10 and the us 20. i would go with the us 20 for that much stuff cause even if its not full you can roll it down small and tighten up the straps so it wont be in your way. you cant go wrong with anything kriega makes they are well built and will last forever. Aug 14, 2013
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Gustavo O: Jeff I''d reccomend the 20 for what you describe. I use the 10 as a replacement for my tank bag and all I fit in there are documents, gloves, a camera, and Ipad. Plus I think the 20 comes with a carrying strap. I had to improvise one for the 10. Hope this helps. Aug 14, 2013
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Indrek M: Hey Jeff,

I assume that those sandwich boxes are shallow. If that is the case then 10 would be big enough for what you need. Drypack has an outer good size pocket as well.

Cheers
Indrek
Aug 14, 2013
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rich s: I own both the 10 and the 20. It might be a tight squeeze in the 10, although due to its smaller size it tends to be the one I try and use the most. The 20 could fit all that stuff plus some shoes. Aug 14, 2013
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Storm S: Jeff H, I think you would need the us20 just to be safe. It will hold more than you are generally carrying, but the us10 would be a stretch and I think you would really have to cram your items in. Aug 14, 2013
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guillermo b: I will fit perfectly, i use to carry the raingear, one pant a tshirt and my tennis shoes. The us20 is way larger, but the us10 is the perfect choice for you. Aug 14, 2013
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john s: Very nice bag mite carry a pair of shorts but don't see jeans and anything else I usually carry my tablet glasses and maybe something to drink Aug 14, 2013
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scott m: I would suggest the 20. The 10 would be a very tight fit for those items. Aug 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this pack hold a sweatshirt, small tool kit and a bottle of water and other odds and ends? Sep 7, 2013
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Indrek M: It really depends on what kind, meaning how heavy is the sweatshirt and the size of the other items. If it's a thick sweatshirt, it can take up quite a bit of space, I think it's possible packing in medium thickness sweat shirt and 27oz bottle, plus some other small stuff, perhaps in the outside zippered compartment. You won't have much space left over. It is a nice bag and sits well on the tail. I haven't mounted it on my tank yet. 20L is quite a bit bigger and might end up a bit saggy if not stuffed. I got 5L, 10L and 20L. You could always combine 5L with 10L if you need just a little extra space. Bags are awesome though. I got 5L attached to my R35 for everyday commute. Cheers and happy riding. Sep 17, 2013
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A s: It should hold all that no problem unless you try to put an XXL heavy weight sweatshirt in there. I fit a 1L nalgene, xl medium weight hoodie and still have room for a standard size tool kit, like the ones found on most bikes and room for a few other things like snack bars, sunglasses case, spare gloves, etc. Really nice bag too. Sep 16, 2013
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Bobby H: Probably...to give you an example, yesterday I went to a liquor store and purchased a 1.75ltr bottle of Tito's Vodka and the Kriega US-10 accommodated it plus a CruzTOOLS RTB1 BMW Tool Kit and a 7 in Blackberry Playbook Tablet. It is a very usable, waterproof, expandable tailbag. Sep 16, 2013
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Michael P: Yes if it is not a large sweatshirt. I usually carry a substantial tool roll (Kriega tool roll) A patch kit with CO2 inflator and extra cartridges, an 18" tube and an extra pair of gloves. I run a with a fender bag with irons and the 21" tube and carry a camelback for water. Sep 16, 2013
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Michael U: Might be a tight fit with a really bulky hoody, but it'll probably work.

In mine, I usually carry a full tool roll, a mini 12v air pump, tire plug kit, bungee net, disc lock, waterproof jacket liner, spare gloves. And maps and owners manual in outer pocket.
Sep 17, 2013
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A s: It depends. I'm 160lbs, wear a medium size, and can fit all the items you stated with a little space left over. If you wear a large or extra large, and the sweatshirt is a heavy weight vs light weight material, you may have a tough time fitting everything. Sep 16, 2013
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Storm S: As long as the tool kit is not too big. On my last rip, I had my Rev-Pack tool kit, my tire repair kit and two long sleeve base layers in mine. It was stuffed, but held all the items. Sep 17, 2013
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Daniel N: Yes, I have carried a sweatshirt, 20oz bottle of water, sandwich, chips , extra pair of gloves and a light olympia rain jacket. Very confident a small tool kit would fit as well. Sep 16, 2013
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Ivan P: Nope. It's too small for all that stuff. Sep 16, 2013
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Lemuel L: With room for another water Sep 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can the "pack" be rolled and stuffed in a backpack ? If so about how small will it roll in to? Like a 2liter bottle, 1liter bottle ? Oct 26, 2014
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Elmer C: Yes, when rolled and compressed, it will be the size of a 1 liter bottle (small enough for a backpack). The US10 Drypack has no rigidity to prevent it from being packed. Oct 26, 2014
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Matthew G: I suppose the answer to your question depends upon the following:
1) How much you put into the Kriega US-10 Drypack, and
2) How big your daypack/backpack is.

Your questions suggests that you are needing something to keep some of your things dry on a moto ride. If that's the case, and you plan to use this exclusively inside your daypack, I'd suggest you purchase a dry bag - not something with all the additional straps and rigging of this bag.

If you'd like something with the versatility of packing into your daypack, OR using on the tail of your bike, exposed to rain, mud, sun, etc., then this is an excellent choice.

I use this bag on the tail of my DRZ400 and my MTS1200, exclusively for dual-sport riding. It holds my bead-breaker, bead-setter, electric air pump, small manual tire pump, tire repair kit, small tool roll, spare tube, tire irons, pressure gauge, and a snack bar. This loads the bag to its limit (~2.2 liters), but it has gone around 2,800 miles of off-road, and thousands of road miles, been through all forms of weather and water crossings, and has performed like a champ. It is usually strapped to a spare fuel pack that is mounted to the tail of the DRZ.

As for minimizing the bulk when you plan to use it in a day pack, the straps that fasten it to the tail of your bike are completely removable. Except for the fact that it is heavier and a bit bulkier than a traditional dry bag, it is far more versatile for the aforementioned use.

Hope that helps with your decision!

-MG
Oct 27, 2014
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Delmer H: The pack is very soft and can be rolled. Rolled loosely from end to end, the pack is approximately 12 in x 3 in -- smaller than a 2 liter bottle. Rolled tightly, the dimensions are even less. Nov 1, 2014
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Stephane M: Kriega US-20 Drypack : 5 in dia. x 14 in long

Kriega US-10 Drypack : 3.5 dia. x 12 in long
Oct 26, 2014
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Phillip B: Yes it can be rolled up, and would be about the size of a liter bottle Oct 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a 1988 Kawasaki Eliminator (Cruiser), and was wondering if this bag would fit on the back of my bike since i do not have a rack? Aug 2, 2014
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Mack O: All you need is a place to loop the straps to. Any bar should work. I've got mind looped around a bar under the rear seat. The loop straps are on to stay. Then there are little hooks(see picture) that hook to those straps. Then snaps on the bag. You have to have everything tight so that the hooks stay tight and connected. The nice thing about the hook setup is that you can take the straps off and the only thing left are the short straps that connect to the bike. Looking at pics of 1988 Kawasaki Eliminators, there not much to hook on too? If you can get a front and back loop strap on something, you're good. If not it won't work.. Aug 2, 2014
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Greg T: Yes, as long as there's some surface there (pillion seat, likely) to support the rack. I also do not have a rack. My Kriega 10 is secured with the hooks and straps that ship with the bag. You can secure it to the frame under the seat or just to the seat. Aug 3, 2014
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Brenda N: It will fit as long as you can access your subframe to connect the tie downs to Aug 2, 2014
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john s: I have one on my yamaha r6 works well just attaches under the rear seat Aug 2, 2014
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Dan M: I would think so, it has a relatively small footprint. Aug 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: I own a Kriega R30 backpack. I'm going on a dirtbike tour soon and I'll be tying the backpack to a luggage rack. Is it possible to attach the US10 or 20 to the R30 or will I need to attach it to the bike separately? Aug 12, 2014
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Allison H: The great thing about these is they attache to each other. You secure the 30 then attache the 20 and 10. There are different config that you can find in the kriega site but the issue might be balancing the load . I would work better with a 30 and two 20s but check the kriega site. Aug 12, 2014
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Paul S: They will all attach to each other. Oct 7, 2014
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David K: Should hook right up. Sep 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Good afternoon,

I am looking to replace my tank bag with a pair of the US10's to be attached as pannier toppers on my Zega Pro's. Do you think they would work well in that application?
Apr 25, 2014
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Mack O: Depends on what you have to tie to. The system used to tie them to your bike is made to loop around something. Like under your seat. That loop system then gives you loops outside to that you can connect little hooks to that then clip into the bag.. that way you can unclip the bag. Take the hooks out of the loops and take the whole thing (except the under seat loop system) with you..I've got a us10 and a us 20. The idea was to put the us10 inside the us20 and then strap it to the top of the us20 if i need more room.. the thing i worry about is the hooks staying in the loops if they are not polled tight enough. The us20 has loops on the top and bottom to connect the hooks to to be able to piggy back on it. I don't see how it will work with your zegas. You would have to take them off tip get inside. Maybe if the loop under the seat part looped around the lid of the zega? Looks iffy, you need something to tie to. Apr 25, 2014
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sean e: I think that would be a bit much having 2 us10's. As far as a tank bag it would depend on how much easy access you need. There's only 1 easy access zip picket, good for a phone, keys wallet...etc. Otherwise you need to unclip each side and unroll the bag to get to your stuff inside. Love it as my tail bag when I go off-road and it's pretty small if you need to take it with you. Apr 25, 2014
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LYUBOMIRA L: They should.
Try searching for pictures of "Kriega US10 on top of Zega Pro"
There is a picture of a black and yellow Bmw GS with this combination.
Apr 25, 2014
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Aaron L asked: Got a few questions here
Is there any possibility of being able to lock the bag in some way? I don't want to worry to much about anything while I'm running into the store or using the bathroom at a gas station.

How does this size up when compared to the storage of a normal sized backpack? Im looking for an alternative to riding with a backpack on all the time.
Jul 9, 2015
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Chuck R: I have a thin cable/lock that I loop under (inside) the passenger seat and through the mesh bottom of the pack... generally makes me feel better - probably not as easy to snatch it off the back if I'm gone for long. Re the backpack alternative, same issue as above. If you have any theft concerns, you might feel more relaxed just lugging around your goods vice trusting them in a soft pack. Bag is not convenient to get in/out like a backpack. Jul 13, 2015
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Robert H M: You could put a helmet lock on one of the webs. They are excellent quality and come 10, 20, 30. You can pack a lot. I think a 20 would be a good size. Better to use one these as a Tailbag than wear a backpack. Jul 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is it safe to assume that if the pack contains a water bottle, and the bottle leaks or busts, that the pack can hold the water without leaking? May 17, 2015
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DEREK W: Yes. There is velcro that does the initial sealing. Then you roll it tightly and buckle both end to make it water proof it. there is also a liner that you can clean if you spill something beside water. May 21, 2015
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Jason C: Yes, as long as the opening of the pack is rolled up tight, the water won't seep out. May 21, 2015
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Henry C asked: Will this pack fit a pair of size 10.5 riding boots and nothing else? Jan 29, 2015
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Elmer C: Not sure what type riding boots you may have, however, I could not fit my 43/9.5 (US) Sidi Vertebrae Air Boots into my US-10 Drypack. The Sidi's are too tall and bulky to the dimension of the Drypack. I am able to pack my size US 10.0 running shoes without any challenges. Jan 29, 2015
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Tom L: Full height race boots, no. Ankle height street "boots", yes. Mar 12, 2015
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Michael C asked: Will it fit on the smallest of small bikes? A scooter, in particular. Nov 29, 2014
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Norman V: I use it on my 2014 Triumph Daytona 675 sport bike. In my estimation (& I could be wrong), this bike has one of the smallest passenger seats I've seen. But yet, it fits fine. I had to trim the straps to avoid the clutter under the seat. I would caution, as Elmer C did, that it could be a challenge to cinch down the bag if it's fairly empty. Dec 9, 2014
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Elmer C: In short, this bag is very roomy. It's fitted onto Sargent seat/'06 Ducati Monster 620. I will fit as long as you have properly adjusted the straps provided. I had to trim a lot of the nylon strap, however, am satisfied with the result. If the bag is empty, it might be a little extra work to get it cinched down. Nov 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Well the US-10 hold a 15" laptop? Oct 29, 2014
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Norman V: Never tried it so I can't answer the question. I always put my laptop in either my Kriega R25 or R20 backpacks.

I would think if you compared the dimensions from the product description against the laptop dimensions, you should find your answer.
Dec 9, 2014
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Frank V: I have an HP EliteBook (13 inches by 9 inches outside dimensions) and it barely fits so I would have to guess the answer is no. Oct 30, 2014
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Mark A asked: How are regularly accessible are items in the bag if it were to be mounted on top of a Kriega 30? Would the items be more or less accessible if the bag is mounted as a tank bag? Does the bag need to be removed from the bike for ease of access throughout the day? May 1, 2014
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owen f: I have two Kriega bags and use the top one for all the items I need to access during the trip while sport-touring on my 2013 ZX14R. All of my clothes, etc. go into the bottom bag that won't be needed until l I arrive at my destination.. It really is a great waterproof, high quality sytem. May 14, 2014
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ray e: I use mine as a tail bag so
Access is good I can not see where mounting one top a 30
Would be any different life
May 1, 2014
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Anthony Sean D asked: Could someone please tell me the distance between the mounting straps? I was thinking about using these as pannier top bags, but not sure how well the mounting straps will match with the tie down points on my Zega Pro panniers. Mar 28, 2014
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Bobby H: The straps are 1" wide and the distance between the centers of each strap is 7.5" on the top of the bag. There is no restraint on bottom of the bag so there is leeway to match up tie down points on the panniers. I'd say you'd have 1-1.5 inches of movement on both straps without putting too much of a bind on the straps. Mar 28, 2014
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kenneth m: I have one and it fits fine on my zega panniers, the us 20 fits better and holds more though Mar 28, 2014
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Anthony Sean D: Kenneth, thanks! Are yours the Zega Pros? I have seen some older Zegas that look to be a bit more roomy than the current Zega Pro models Mar 28, 2014
kenneth m: Yes Mar 28, 2014
Tony G asked: I got this and the Hydro 3 pack. Putting both together is some puzzle. My setup doesn't look as neat as the photos online. It would be great to have a video showing how to put the 2 together. Does anybody have a link to a video or would Revzilla be able to produce one? Jan 7, 2014
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Tony G: Videos are now available at kriega.us website Jan 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can I add a US-5 or US-10 to the Overland 30 set-up? Sep 22, 2013
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Alex v: Yep, you can do a bunch of configurations Oct 8, 2013
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Michael A. S asked: Will a us 10 mount on top of another us 10 or do you have to have say 30,20,10? Aug 8, 2013
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Chris KStaff: Yes, you can mount a 10 to any of the other US-?? packs. The only thing you cannot do is mount a US-10 onto the side of another US-10, but on top is no issue. The US-30 is the most stable for mounting to the sides, while the US-20 is stable, but shorter so it can get squished a bit. Aug 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: not quite sure how big this bag is, from the review it seems like it is pretty small. you guys still carry the US-20? Feb 27, 2013
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RevZilla: The Kriega US-10 Drypack will comfortably fit an iPad AND Kriega US-20 Drypack is currently available! DOUBLE SCORE! Feb 27, 2013
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