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Kriega US-20 Drypack

The Kriega US-20 is an award-winning, high quality piece of motorcycle luggage, offering 20 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 and courier bag. The Kriega US-20 motorcycle bag comes equipped with removable shoulder and waist straps. It can be carried courier style, on or off the bike. 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.

Anti-slip mesh base also doubles as a pocket to store the shoulder & waist straps, or other items, when the US-20 is attached to the motorcycle. The shoulder strap connects to the large D-rings at each end of the pack and the waist strap connects to 2 x tuck-away buckles at the corners of the mesh-pocket.

The Kriega US-20 dry pack motorcycle tailpack is designed to work perfectly with pretty much any motorcycle, via a super secure attachment to the sub-frame. The pack is easily attached/removed by 4 x quick-release buckles, and no extra bungees or rain covers are required. The Kriega dry bag US-20 tail pack utilizes the latest generation of fitting straps. US Alloy Hook Straps allow tailpack combinations of up to 90-liters to be carried with confidence and convenience. Easy on/off with no loose straps remaining. Custom CNC milled, aircraft grade, 6061-T6 alloy hooks attach to the four discreet web loops located on the frame of the bike. Fitting method is particularly suitable for traditional one-piece motorcycle seats and bolt-on seat pads/racks, as well as standard seats. US packs can be mounted inline or across the seat.

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

Kriega US-20 dry pack features:

  • 100% waterproof main-body
  • RHINOTEK: abrasion resistant fabric
  • HYPALON: abrasion resistant reinforcement
  • DRYPACK: removable taped-seam inner liner
  • 420D nylon ripstop - lightweight yet extremely strong
  • CNC milled, 6061-T6 alloy fitting hooks
  • Acetal ITW Airloc quick-release buckles
  • YKK water-resistant zip on side pocket
  • Side access zip pocket (water-resistant)
  • Coated-mesh pocket
  • Shoulder & waist straps
  • US Alloy Hook Straps included
  • 10-year guarantee
  • 20-liter capacity     
  • (H)15.7 x (W)10.2 x (D)7.5 inches
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Kriega US-20 Drypack 4.8 5 159 159
Excelent bag but expensive Great bag. Mounting to a 2010 z1000 was a puzzle due to no mounting points in the bike design. So i simply joined the straps together and sinched the bag to the seat, long ways perpendicular to the bike due to the small seat. The bag works great, but not that great for easy road access to the contents unless the items fit in the top pocket. While very nice it seems expensive for a dry bag when compared to full soft saddle bags. July 30, 2015
Great All-Around Pack I ordered this pack with the intention of using it for 4 season commuting to and from work, and then the occasional day trip with friends. I now fear I'll be ordering far more Kriega products as I look to expand upon this initial pack and build out a versatile soft luggage system for all scenarios. I was drawn to Kriega due to the other reviews and overall high quality component to the bags. Very happy with my purchase so far. No more hassling with trying to get a backpack on while wearing a jacket. Increased airflow through the exhaust vents on the back of my jacket was an unexpected bonus, and now I'm more visible at night with a backpack not blocking the reflective properties of my jacket either. I mounted this to the back of a '14 CB500X and included my choice for mounting the straps to the sub-frame in the pictures. Install was straight forward and took about 15 minutes. Overall, I'm super excited with this purchase, and definitely recommend it to anyone who's had it on their wish list for a while. July 15, 2015
excellent great bag. perfect for commuting. next size up would hold a helmet. perfect for lunch box, extra clothes, shoes, computer. June 29, 2015
Very elegant Awesome tail bag (and I've tried many). Its so versatile in terms of sizing and loading it. The connections are a bit funky but they work. I have two bikes and I like to move bags back and forth so I may get another set of lockdown straps or make my own. June 25, 2015
My US-20 Drypack is perfect for me I love my US-20 Drypack. It was very simple to install and I attach it to my bike almost every day for my ride to work. It takes a minute to attach to the straps that are on the frame but this is just part of my helmet, gloves, go riding ritual now. Inside it holds on most days, over pants in case I go for longer ride home or it rains, liner for mesh jacket, rag, iPad or laptop. It has a few exterior pockets for other things like a ball cap. I like the shoulder strap so I can put it over my shoulder like a messenger bag if I am going for a walk somewhere. Great purchase, although a bit expensive, and it is well made. No regrets and I could see getting another one to connect to it if I ever needed to. June 23, 2015
Great bag for commuting I did a ton of research looking for a bag that I could use for commuting to work. My ride is 20 miles each way with city traffic. My goal was to get the weight of my backpack off my back/wrists and allow more airflow out the back of my jacket. I usually carry my 15" Dell laptop, 1 liter water bottle, 1 liter protein shaker bottle, two tupperware containers for lunch, dress shoes and other various office supplies. This bag barely fits my laptop. The width is fine but I can't roll the end of the bag closed more than once (still appears to be water proof though). I couldn't fit everything so I have to leave my shoes at work but after that adjustment everything else fits easily. I've also used this bag to pack for a weekend and easily fit enough clothes, toiletries, chargers and other necessities for 2-3 days. The bag seems to be very well made and feels like it will last for many years. The tie down system is very easy to use fairly quick to attach/remove from the bike (there are four adjustable nylon straps with metal hooks on the ends that either connect to the bag itself for easy storage or to tie down loops on the bike). Each strap also has two clips to secure the extra strap so its not flapping around in the wind. There is a small waterproof compartment on top for quick access to valuables and a small mesh compartment on the bottom to store any unused straps. There is also a shoulder strap for carrying the bag around after you get to your destination. This strap can easily be tucked under the bag while riding so you don't have to bother with putting it on every time you get off the bike. Overall I am very pleased with my purchase and highly recommend this bag to anyone with a motorcycle. The price is a little high but definitely worth it so far. June 22, 2015
Premium product at a premium price. This pack is great. Completely waterproof in my experience. Looks and feels like it will last a lifetime. Easy to attach and adjust. Perfect size for a couple water bottles, wallet, house/car keys, light rain jacket with room to spare. June 8, 2015
Good For What It Is Make no mistake, this is a nice bag for what it is. If you're doing serious stuff where you need a lightweight, waterproof bad, this is the perfect bag for that. Tough as nails, fairly easy to install, etc. The only real downside I saw to it was that you pretty much had to have something in it when you put it on. If you didn't, the straps couldn't be held in place properly with the strap keepers. I'll probably still get a set of panniers for my bike, but this tail bag (and I stress bag) is pretty much what it's advertised to be. It's a backpack that you strap to a motorcycle. If that's what you're looking for, then it's a great one. If you're looking for something with a little rigidity and that you can open and close without removing it, you may want to look at another bag. June 8, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Paul H: I love the US-10 and wanted to add carrying capacity for overnight trips. The 10 is used for tools, pump, tire repair kit, etc.. Aug 1, 2015
Jason J: Highly recommended by several other riders, I'm new to street riding so I went off their knowledge & background Jul 20, 2015
Rob S: Wanted a solid bag for 4 season commuting, with the ability to expand and attach more bags in time if the need arises.That pretty much narrows it down to Kriega. Jul 11, 2015
Mithilesh S: Great reviews. Seems a very high qualify product and very durable/functional. Need something to carry the load on my sports bike for a relatively comfortable commute Jul 9, 2015
A S: needed a waterproof tailbag I could easily take on and off the bike Jul 9, 2015
japheth c: Desperate to get rid of my backpack, these are supposed to be the best tail bags you can buy for a sportbike. We shall see. Jun 20, 2015
david r: great commuter bag. Jun 19, 2015
Gary S: best solution ever for naked bikes ! Jun 15, 2015
Holly P: My son wants this for his birthday, he is going on a weekend ride with some friends. He will enjoy it. Jun 2, 2015
LaToya G: Recommended by a fellow rider; and after watching a YouTube video of what was able to fit; and watching the Revzilla video of the product, decided it is definitely what I am looking for to pack for a weekend road trip; and not compromise my ride. May 30, 2015
Michael K: Great quality product May 26, 2015
thomas w: i do a lot of trips on holidays and this bag looks the perfect size for keeping enough clothes in for my stays. I also prefer the placement over a tank bag May 25, 2015
Kirk M: Loved the US10 I bought here, for day trips.
So I bought the US20 for over nighters.
Fast shipping too!
May 13, 2015
Stephen W: Works great, wish I can fit more though but at least I can buy additional ones. works great on and off bike May 8, 2015
John R: Drypack, Clean design, good capacity, and quick release Apr 25, 2015
Jeremy S: stellar reviews, looks like it'll fit my bike well, waterproof! Apr 18, 2015
Stanford G: Wanted a soft tail bag that is expandable and will collapse for an occasional longer trip. But also really like that it is completely hidden when NOT in use. I also plan on using this to carry my laptop messenger style bag on my bike. Apr 15, 2015
Michael D: An incredible drypack with a great mounting system for sportbikes - small/medium sized, not large enough to take camping. Is great as a secondary bag on top of the US 30. Apr 5, 2015
Patrick P: Water proof, quality, ZLA award, and a nice price point. If I out grow it just buy another Kriega US pack and add it on. Apr 1, 2015
Joaquin R: "Quality and Price" Mar 31, 2015
Rodney S: Wanted to get some storage for my Street Triple. But I actually have nos used the product yet. Mar 21, 2015
Hervey W: Using the Kriega for a tail pack on both my Street Triple and Multistrada 1200S (on an AltRider luggage rack). Great bag, I'll be getting more to build out capacity for this years longer trips. Mar 20, 2015
Doug V: Need a way to carry my laptop and misc to and from work. I think this will work great. Mar 11, 2015
Jim W: Fits on my bike with ease. Water proof. Easy on and off. Feb 19, 2015
Marisela M: Christmas gift for my son Feb 18, 2015
D E: Need a method to carry my lunch on the Honda Nighthawk 250. Works well so far. Feb 16, 2015
Adam G: Because Kawasaki is insane and don't realize that Hard Bags should be an option on a Gen 3 Ninja 650. I probably would not have bought the bike had the dealer not assured me they were available as an add-on. They aren't... not even in the aftermarket.

So, Kriega has a great reputation and this is part of a "system" that can be expanded well beyond what you could do with hard bags even if they were available, at a fraction of the price.

So... this is cheaper than trading in a 4 month old Ninja.
Feb 3, 2015
Julien G: Easy on/off weather proof luggage. Tired of wearing a backpack on my rides. Jan 25, 2015
Derek C: Kriega products are top of the line and are bomb proof, bought this bag because of great reviews and the ability to add more bags down the road. This will fit well on my Aprilia Tuono! Jan 18, 2015
Brian V: Reputation and application to current bike! Dec 17, 2014
Chris C: Looks like the right size and quality for the job Nov 28, 2014
D E: Great reviews and love the ability to stack additional pack on. Nov 25, 2014
Lewis S: Rider reviews, quality, waterproof and mounting system. Sep 1, 2014
Chris S: Saw it on a RideApart vid and another YouTube user reviewed his. I love it. Could be a touch bigger, but with a 5 (on order) I can store my tools separately and I think that will make it a good combo. Aug 30, 2014
Glen B: Recommendation from another customer, my Son. Aug 30, 2014
Mark Y: Need a storage system for the bike and don't want a backpack. If the backpack was set up to be easily used as a tail bag that would be my preference. Aug 27, 2014
Sevgin Y: Easy to install.
Can put a bunch of stuff in it and disconnect from the bike ad take with You in a second.
Waterproof.
Great all around bag.
Aug 19, 2014
Larry J: For those trips where I want to stay a few nights. Aug 17, 2014
Stephen G: Easy to mount on my SV650S. Easy on/off and seems like a very secure way to transport my 15 inch mac book to and from work. I would recommend this product. Jul 28, 2014
John D S: comprehensive design Jun 6, 2014
Daniel C: Based on reviews it looks like it will work well with my 2012 Triumph STR. May 30, 2014
Kyle T: Good reviews, water resistance, ease of mounting and the ability to use it as a shoulder bag. May 28, 2014
bryan r: Positive reviews - specifically from owners of Triumph Street Triples. We'll see...! May 16, 2014
Rasheed H: waterproofness and quality May 16, 2014
A B: The protection it was offering was what I was looking for, the brand and warranty was the thing that sealed the deal. May 12, 2014
Vassili S: because these are the best bags on the market and will work perfect for my cross country trip! May 5, 2014
Konstantin B: stylish thing Apr 29, 2014
Lin C: Been looking for a tail pack for awhile, and after watching the video and reading the reviews this seemed like a great bag. I guess I'll find out. Apr 24, 2014
Shishir K: Wanted a tail bag for touring and all the reviews on the internet suggested that this is very good. What I liked most - waterproof, good strap system and good quality. Apr 13, 2014
Jacob K: waterproof/ flexsibility Apr 11, 2014
Jeremy D: Overview sold me on the quality. After receiving the item, quality confirmed! Apr 9, 2014
Gilbert B: Customer reovirus on RevZilla Mar 23, 2014
thai n: searching for a quality tail bag. This product got many good reviews. Heard there is a 10 year warranty. Mar 20, 2014
Fernando N: A good way to keep your back free. If you need to take some stuff with you I prefer not to carry the weight on me! Mar 14, 2014
Jose V: High quality product.
It fits well on my sport bike for travel.
Revzilla is an easy and safe way to get it
Mar 1, 2014
Douglas S: Perfect for 3 day road trips, commuting, and grocery shopping. Feb 25, 2014
Jonathon K: I wanted some storage space for a 2-3 day drip and for commuting. Feb 24, 2014
Rick W: Looking for a tank bag, but also want something more flexible. Feb 17, 2014
Raymond F: anti-hero! Feb 14, 2014
Brady M: Great to carry daily commuter gear. Bungies onto rear fender rack. Jan 19, 2014
Roger L: Practical, durable, good looking, expandable system Jan 17, 2014
Daniel S: It's Seattle. It's gonna rain, and you probably have some tech you'd like to keep dry. I do, that's why this was the best choice for me. Plus, it'll fit a medium sized Pelican box inside if you want hard protection! Jan 11, 2014
Michael F: "Form follows function", relatively no-nonsense approach to product design appealed to me. Jan 11, 2014
Marcelo T: When I bought this Kriega US-20 DRYPACK on June 2, 2013 my friend Patrick was living at the address I reported, but he left for a trip to Michigan and when he returned it was no longer at the address.
He moved house.
So DRYPACK Kriega US-20 was delivered to the new resident who stood in for Patrick.

You could solve this for me?
Dec 24, 2013
Susan M: Last Christmas I bought my husband the 30 Drypack and he loves it and wanted MORE!!! Dec 17, 2013
Jeffrey M: Great reviews on durability and it's expandable. Dec 14, 2013
Judith L P: My son is new to motorcycles. He loves the best and requested this Kriega 20 Drypack. Dec 12, 2013
Theodore K: Needed a tail bag and it was on sale. Dec 3, 2013
Allison H: Awesome tail bag - water proof, soft sided luggage. Nov 15, 2013
Patrick M: Good quality product. Nov 5, 2013
Donn W: Bought as a gift for my son who needed some storage on his Triumph Bonneville T100. Originally saw it on a Triumph YouTube video and looked like a good solution. Oct 28, 2013
Rebeca L: I like Kriega products and I am going to add this to my Kriega US30 for long trips. Oct 19, 2013
Yong B: Looking for a waterproof tail bag that isn't too long. My tail light is rather high on the rear fender and sits right behind the pillion seat. I'm hoping this tail bag doesn't block the tail light. Oct 7, 2013
Carlo S: While the US10s are very practical volume-wise, their lack of a carrying strap is a bummer. The US30 has one but that's just too big to be bringing during a daily commute. The US20 allows more storage while not being over the top for daily commuting. Oct 5, 2013
Jason C: needed to get a large enough size for laptop, while also being versatile enough not to require a lot of permanent bike mods. Sep 29, 2013
farley j: was looking for a stealthy tail bag and liked the features, wish I had gone up a size as I thought 20 litres would hold more. but it keeps my stuff dry - I have had one of the straps stolen off my bike when parked in an alley and they seem pricey to replace... Sep 16, 2013
Alex H: I needed a good luggage solution for my Street Triple. This fits the bill and is great for weekend trips and day rides with friends. If I am going to be spending more time on the bike than off I use this instead of a backpack since it lets me move around and doesn't act as a sail. Sep 11, 2013
Fleming W: to add to my 30L Kriega bag Sep 3, 2013
Alex L: Quality reputation and gear. Aug 28, 2013
Varun Raj G: Its the best. Aug 20, 2013
Joseph F: Quality and design. Looks great on my Speed Triple! Aug 12, 2013
Paul M: Highly recommended and would provide the protection for my year round riding. Aug 11, 2013
A shopper asked: Anyone paired this with an R35? May 6, 2015
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Fritz S: Not me May 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does the 20L drypack pair well with the R25 backpack, or are they a bit awkward worn together? Oct 10, 2013
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Patrick P: Sorry I've sold my backpack.
But, the us-20 is super practical and functional

Pat
Oct 10, 2013
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Shay N asked: Hi,
I have a Macbook pro 15.3" and want a tail bag for commute, will this item be able to hold it?
Thanks.
May 8, 2015
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KEVIN P: The item will technical fit, although I don't recommend using the tail bag for a laptop. The bag is side loaded and all other gear will be on top of the laptop. If you have a hard shell for the laptop, then it's worth a go, otherwise use the tail bag for other items and stow the laptop in a backpack. May 8, 2015
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Andrew M: Yes, this will hold it! I use this same bag for my 15" MBP. One note, there isn't any padding to speak of in this bag, so you'll want to either get a snug fitting sleeve for your MBP or wrap it in a towel. It will still fit in the bag even with that extra padding. May 8, 2015
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Shannon W: The Kriega US-20 Daypack holds a 15.3" Macbook w/ no problem. There is no padding in this bag so you may want to get a sleeve for your laptop. This is a fantastic bag and completely water proof. May 8, 2015
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Aaron W: Yes I dont see why it wouldn't hold your laptop it my be tight. The only thing that I find is if the bag isn't full it tends to shift a little bit. Other then that it's a great bag. May 9, 2015
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Duane C: Yes, in fact I just got back from a 1600 mile trip on my ADV bike with my 3-day overnight items in the bag plus my Macbook Air. No sweat. Have fun. May 8, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is this product safe against theft? I've had a tail bag stolen before while I ran into a grocery store for a couple of Gatorade bottles to take with me on a ride. This bag really fits my needs in a tail bag, and it would be a shame to have such a great investment stolen. Jul 13, 2014
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Jayson: All soft luggage is going to be easy to steal. The Kriega is no exception. You can always loop a bicycle chain lock through part of the bag, but the harder you make a bag to steal, the harder you make it for yourself to use. The advantage of the Kriega, in my opinion, is it's easy on/off attachment. If you are going somewhere where you are worried about theft, take the bag off (easily) and bring it with you with its included shoulder strap. Jul 15, 2014
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rich s: No, this product is not secure against theft. I would not leave it unattended on my bike. However, the 4 quick release buckles and the shoulder strap make it simple and quick to take with you. I keep the shoulder strap in the zippered top panel so its always available. 30 seconds tops to release and sling it over your shoulder. A big plus is that it carries well and does not feel like you're hauling around a piece of luggage. Jul 15, 2014
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Jerome J: Unfortunately, there's nothing that would prevent someone from just unsnapping the connectors or even cutting them. I usually just take my back with me. What I've done is to leave the shoulder strap on and just tie it down when i connect the bag to the back seat. That way I don't have to hassle with removing and putting on the shoulder straps. Jul 15, 2014
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Leonard R: No, it is only attached to the bike with four open hooks. You would need to secure it separately with a cable wire or something of that sort if you're worried about theft. :/ Jul 15, 2014
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John C: There is no built in locking system. Just plastic clips. You would have to rig your own lock with a cable. Jul 15, 2014
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Nicholas J asked: Is this compatible with a luggage rack that attaches to the rear fender like on a harley sporstster? Sep 9, 2013
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Sean M: Hi Nicholas,

I purchased the US20 several months ago. I have it setup to attach to the passenger seat on my BMW F800ST. I could have easily attached it to my rear luggage rack too but I leave that open for my topcase. The mounting options ate very flexible like that because of the way the alloy hooks & loop strap system works. It allows you to attach it securely anywhere to any part of the bike. The web loops are attached and stay on the bike when you take the bag off. They are not very visible. The alloy speed hooks attach to the loops. It's fast and reliable.
I use the bag every day to commute. I pop the snap buckles and carry the bag in by the shoulder strap. When I come out to go home it takes 30 seconds to snap the four buckles to hold the bag firm. It's a great system.
Regards,
....Sean
Sep 20, 2013
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Stephen M: With a little creativity you can mount these almost anywhere. I am not familiar with the Harley Sportster rack. I have mounted this on my Yamaha Super Tenere (Altrider rack), BMW R1100RT rear seat (used the helmet lock loops under the seat to provide strap anchors), and my BMW F800GS rear rack (homemade).
I have also been making use of the Rack Loops accessory. I mount the Rack Loops directly to the rack in some cases.
I am impressed with the quality of the Kriega products. I have the 30, 20, 10 (2), and several 5's, which I use for tank bags and inner tube packs on my panniers.
Sep 21, 2013
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john d: I have mine on a KTM 950 Super Enduro. I have a Black Dog Cycle Works rear rack. Fits like a champ, never moves around. It's not a quick release setup by any means though.l

Order it and try it out. You can easily ship it back if it don't work for you. But I bet it will fit just fine.

I have several pieces of Kriega gear and so far love it all.
Sep 18, 2013
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Richard K: I have mine attached to a Renntec rack on a Triumph Thruxton. The rack is 9" deep (measured from the grab rail where I attached the front straps) and 12" wide. Sep 22, 2013
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Larry N: Yes, fits the rack on my 2012 Harley Sportster 883 Super Low very nicely.
You will not be disappointed.
Sep 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: will this fit a 2012 Triumph Street Triple? and will it fit a 17inch laptop? Oct 16, 2012
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utahrider67: Abolutely fits on the street triple. I have the ST-R and no probs whatsoever. I had the original US-10, which attached just to the seat (I criss-crossed the straps). For a heavier 20 or combo config, Id definately strap this onto the frame under the seat, which is EASY! Just a few loops stick out the side to connect into ... not really noticeable when the bag is unattached.

I have used this with the standard seat, as well as the Corbin.

This is the most perfect bag system Ive come accross for a naked bike.

10L = office use, light day use simple gym get-up;
20L = overnighter, gym, rain gear etc.

Just buy it - you wont regret it
May 31, 2013
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AaronB: Not sure about the street triple but you just need some subframe hook the straps on to that don't interfere with the seat. It worked on a Monster.
As for 17" laptop it would probably fit but would be a little bit wonky. It fits a 15" macbook naturally but a 17" would probably fit only if you "stuffed " it in in there. Might want to go up one size.
Oct 22, 2012
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amyrick: My 15 inch laptop fits just right in the bag. I personally think a 17 inch laptop would be too big for this bag, but I haven't tried. I would definitely recommend going with the 30l. The price difference is not bad and you get a lot more bag. Jan 23, 2013
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auzzie599: I have this on my 2012 streetie. Fits fine. Also, my 13-inch macbook pro fits fine, and a 17-inch would probably work fine as well. Apr 8, 2013
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Canstin: It will fit a street triple but it would not fit an 17 inch laptop. I would say 15 inches most. Mar 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this scratch the paint on my STR's seat cowl? I don't want to have to unbolt the seat cowl every time I use the Kriega bag... Apr 24, 2014
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Aaron B: There's nothing metal or plastic on the underside but it's not velvety. I imagine if you were to strap it down really tight and then forcefully move the bag around it could possibly scratch the paint. But, not sure you're going to find a super plush bag that is still functional and won't fall off. If you do end up buying it certainly is otherwise a fantastic bag and system. I use it all the time on my Ducati but I always have the cowl off. Good luck. Apr 24, 2014
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Ryan G: Nope! In fact that is 90% of the reason why i bought this one. I have a Ducati Monster S2R and leave the seat cowl on at all times. The bottom of the US series packs are sort-of a rubber mesh that won't scratch.

Also, if you sinch it more forward on the bike (like it is in the video) you won't have a problem with this picking up dirt and scratching like Marcus' did.
Nov 18, 2014
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Marcus N: It looks to me like there's nothing underneath the bag that would scratch your bike. However, I rode in the rain on my Ducati Monster 796 and picked up dirt with the back wheel and it scratched my seat cover really bad. May 28, 2014
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Benjamin W: It might, but that's nothing a bit of protective tape/vinyl wouldn't solve. Apr 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: What products (Including side, tail and tank bags or cases) would you recommend for maximum storage capacity on a Ninja ZX-6R? Apr 7, 2014
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JOSH P: I've used the Kriega US-20 Drypack for over a year now, mainly on a Ducati Monster 696 (which has no real place for storage) and it's always been awesome. In total downpours, my laptop never got wet. It secures to the bike really fast. I've used it to hold all my camping stuff when gone on weeklong trips (although I also bungee my sleeping bag and bivvy sack on top of it).
I've wondered if I should get additional bags to attach to it, but have not even once found a need for more space. I LOVE this bag.
May 22, 2014
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Seth F: I've found that my Kriega US-20 is large enough for a change of shoes and clothing for about 3-4 days if I'm wearing shorts and t-shirts. Personally, I'm okay with a backpack so I will use my US-20 and pack and be fine for a week. If you have large items or need more storage, adjust your luggage as needed. I don't like the look of saddle or other permanently mounted solutions, so I'd stick to tail and tank bags. I think with Kriega you can get up to 70L of storage with the soft waterproof bags. Apr 29, 2014
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Benjamin W: If you're going with Kriega, you can go with the UScombo70. It's basically two US-20 Drypacks mounted to either side of a US-30 Drypack.

The main Drypack, which is the US-30 in this case, mounts to the subframe. It's extremely secure.
Apr 29, 2014
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Caryl P: I have a ducati monster 796, and I got a 20 and a 30. Fits all my camping gear and clothes perfectly! It is so easy t take on and off the bike too! Apr 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will 15" Macbook fit into US-20? Mar 27, 2014
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Matthew D: Yes, it will fit. The US-20 is really large. I can put my sweatshirt, neck warmer and a 12 pack of beer in mine with room to spare. I have carried my 17" Dell Laptop in mine as well. Mar 27, 2014
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JOSH P: Definitely. I also use a 'Thule' laptop sleeve. It helps protect it really well against shock. I was in an accident that unfortunately bent the top case of my laptop (that's the part holding the keyboard). The monitor was totally fine though. The laptop was in the Kriega bag at the time. However, if it wasn't also in the Thule sleeve with its extra protection, I think it would have been much more heavily damaged. May 22, 2014
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Alberto Z: yes it fit without problem, but you can have some damage on the screen if you tight too much the bag to the seat. Apr 16, 2014
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John J: Yes Mar 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can i buy the kriega us20 and the us5 and stack them? I only see people stack the us 30/20/10 but never the us5. Dec 12, 2013
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Matthew D: The short answer to your question is "no" you cannot. However, let me add to my answer.
I initially purchased the us10 as an everyday tailbag for my R6. Although I was impressed with the construction the us10 was way too small to be remotely practical. I could not put a pair of shoes inside. I imagine that the us5 would be almost useless for carrying anything larger than a very small tool kit.
I upgraded to the us20 for use as my everyday commuter bag. Initially, I intended to return the us10 I had bought first but decided to keep it. It has become my lunch box. It is perfect for carrying a sandwich, piece of fruit and drink etc. but not much more. The system works extremely well together or separately. I highly recommend the us20 if you are only looking for one tail bag.
Dec 12, 2013
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DAVID E: I have the 30 and the 20, have not had any issues with this combination. As far as the 20 and a 5 I could only guess that the combination would work just fine, The bags have a ton of connection points so I see no reason why it would not work. Just FYI...this past Sept, did a ride over the Pony Express Trail, Oregon trail, Promitory Point (golden spike) railroad trail. Two thousand miles, 200 to 300 miles a day in the dirt....the big pig GSA took a beating, but those bags...the 30 holding all my tools (lots of tools) and the 20 holding food and camping gear never moved. It rained every single day of the 14 day ride...they never leaked a drop. Fantastic gear. Hope this helps. Dec 19, 2013
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Yong B: The 5 doesn't have the same built-in clips as the other bags. You can probably jury rig it. Dec 18, 2013
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Leonard R: Yes, all of Kriega products are fully modular. You can stack any of the US system bags. Dec 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: I want to carry a 3-ring binder in a tail bag. It's about 10 x 11.5 inches (or slightly bigger), and a couple inches thick. Is the Kriega US-20 big enough for this to lie flat on the bottom of the bag? Sep 12, 2013
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Atsmon S: I placed a binder of similar size in my US-20 and it does fit. It flattens the bag out a bit but fits without much problem and you can still easily close the bag. Sep 16, 2013
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Alberto Z: I have the same Kriega, I put inside my Laptop 13", the coat, the pants, my waterproof gloves, my tablet and cables, everything fits perfect Sep 21, 2013
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John J: I think it will fit. I can put a 15 inch laptop in mine. It's a little tight but it fits. Sep 17, 2013
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Steve K: It will fit your binder just fine, and some other things too. Oct 7, 2013
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A shopper asked: If I buy the US20, can I buy the US10 separately and attach the US10 to the US20 without any extra straps? Jul 16, 2012
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AtlantaYankee: Yes. I'm certain that all Kriega packs now include the US Alloy Hook Straps which allow you to hook them to the loops on each of the bags. I just purchased the US-20 recently myself and everything was included to hook it to the bike and/or another Kriega bag. Jan 21, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, regardless of whether you order the 30 Combo(a US10 + a US20) or order a US10 + US20 separately, you will end up with the same parts. Jul 17, 2012
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BenW: The bags will attach to one another with the included straps. Aug 27, 2012
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wecoyote: Yes, both US10 & US20 bags include straps. Sep 25, 2012
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Alejandro C asked: Does the US-20 come with the female to female connector clips to hold the straps under the seat in place when the bag isn't being used? Jan 9, 2015
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Seth F: It doesn't. The straps tails would be rather long anyway. The straps have a G hook on the end so it can be removed from the loops that secure to the frame though! Jan 10, 2015
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Santhosh R: The straps that go below the seat are bound to the frame. When you're not using the bag, the 4 loops just protrude (unobtrusively) from below the seat. Jan 10, 2015
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Lewis S: No it does not. Not sure if you can purchase desperately. Talk to gear geek at Revzilla.thy are very knowledge able. Jan 24, 2015
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A shopper asked: I am wondering best way to attach the alloy hooks and straps to a 2014 f800 gsa. Under seat or on the rack? Seems like the rack is easier but then when you take the bag off, they are just there for some doosh to steal.
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Jan 7, 2015
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Rod M: I have one on my R1200GS. I have it attached to the rack with zip ties. This makes it very stable, and less likely to get stolen. I add a strap over the top if it isn't full to keep it from flopping around. I have a US-10 on my WR250R as well. Jan 8, 2015
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Jan R: Under the seat is better. You can just leave the straps there and it's very secure. Best bag ever! Jan 8, 2015
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Gerardo Iván M: I had mine under the seat. In that way I can leave the straps on the bike all the time. Feb 4, 2015
Kitzia L asked: Hello,
I was thinking of getting the Kriega US-20 Drypack for my Honda Spirit. I was wondering if this bag would work on my bake?
Jan 7, 2015
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Rick W: I travel with my US-20 and the tank bag adapter on my Spirit. The rear straps for the adapter don't quite work so I used a pair of the included (with the US-20) under-seat straps looped through themselves around the frame under the front of my saddle. It worked but it did rub off paint near the front and back of the adapter after being on for several thousand miles. You might consider some sort of a stick-on layer to protect your paint. Jan 12, 2015
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Jerome J: This really depends on where you plan to mount the back. If you're going with the rear seat you'll need to make sure that you have some way to attached the mounting straps too. If you're planning to go with the tank you'll need to to get the straps for the tank mount. I ride a Ducati which is sports bike as opposed to your Spirit which is a cruiser. Hope that helps. Jan 7, 2015
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Lewis S: I am not familiar with the Honda Spirit. Jan 24, 2015
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Bart J asked: From what I can tell there is no laptop pocket in this bag. Correct? For those are using this as a commuter, did you buy an extra laptop sleeve to put in the bag as well?
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Jan 5, 2015
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Lewis S: There is no laptop pocket. I try to stay as far away as possible from my computer when I am riding my bike. You may want to look at the 10 or 5 Liter bags. Jan 24, 2015
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Carter C: Yes, you are correct, there is no laptop sleeve. I just use my padded laptop sleeve with the Kriega bag. Jan 5, 2015
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Bart J: Also, is anyone using it on an F800 GSA? If so, any issues? Jan 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: I am wondering if the Kriega 20 or 30 would be better for me? I ride to a train station for my commute and want to be able to remove the bag and use it to store my size large textile jacket with armor, a laptop, kindle, and other commuter type incidentals. I leaning toward the 30 but it looks huge. Apr 16, 2014
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Stelios A: I've used the 20 to store a leather Jacket (no armor) and some work gear. Tight fit, but OK.
Given that you have much more gear, I'd go with the 30 as I think the 20 will be a tight squeeze.
The adjustability on the Kriega is great so you can always scale it down or up as needed.
Apr 16, 2014
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A S: Thanks for the advice! Apr 17, 2014
Aaron B: Go with the 30. I have a 20. It would be tough to fit all that... Apr 24, 2014
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Alberto Z: Same problem for me, I have the 20 and I can fit everything inside, a friend of mine bought the 30 and he can fit everything inside, without question the 30 it's the option if you carry a lot of gear like we do. Good luck Apr 16, 2014
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A S: appreciate it! Apr 17, 2014
Rami S asked: Can you use this and a backpack such as the Klim Krew Pak simultaneously or would it come in the way? May 17, 2015
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Tyler H: This is approximately the bag I have used before. You can tighten the straps (like any backpack) to make it sit higher on your back as well.

External height19.1 in
External length12.2 in
External depth 10.2 in

Hope that helps :)
May 18, 2015
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Tyler H: I was able to use a backpack with it (although not the Klim one you mentioned) Basically you can let the bottom of the backpack sit on the top of the bag. Hope this helps. May 17, 2015
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Rami S: Thanks Tyler. What size was the bag you were using? May 17, 2015
Ryan G asked: What is the best way to tie the straps down to your bike? I have a Ducati Monster S2R... Literally the same exact bike that is on the video. I obviously want to tie them onto the frame underneath the seat, but as the straps are flat they don't tie very well and always seem to sip. Nov 18, 2014
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Jerome J: I have Monster 796, however, I'm not sure if the setup under the seat is the same as an S2R. What I did with mine is slide the straps between these openings on the top part of the frame just leaving loops for the hooks to connect to. Then I cut the excess from the straps to have a clean look. Dec 3, 2014
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Behzad N: I took the 4 straps and tied 2 together, and then the other two. you feed the straps into the black plastic and then place them under the seat, then adjust, then tie, then cut the slack. Watch the video on the site for some more ideas.
http://www.kriega.us/us20-motorcycle-bag-luggage/
Dec 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm trying to choose between the 10 and 20 litre tail bag. Can someone clarify the dimensions? On the website they are show as :
10 = 13.0 L x 8.7 W x 4.9 D

20 = 15.7 H x 10.2 W x 7.5 D

I assume W is the measure across the bike, D is the front to back measurement and that leaves H & L as being the height?

Thanks.
Jul 16, 2014
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Andrew S: H is probably a misnomer. L is the length front-to-back, W is width side-to-side, D is depth to-to-bottom. Since H is in place of L, that's going to be the length. Jul 17, 2014
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Kerry S: The dimension that runs lengthwise along the bike seat is the bag's longest (L/H). Then width (W), then depth (D), though the bag is soft enough that the width and depth are somewhat interchangeable.

The bag top-loads on the end that faces the front of the bike when attached which might explain the L/H discrepancy.
Jul 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can you please let me know what is the weight of the bag ? Nov 1, 2013
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Steven P: 2.07 lbs with the straps that came with it. Nov 2, 2013
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Michael M: Like 1-2 lbs probably. Very light. Dec 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this mount on top of the US-30? Oct 10, 2013
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Don S: Yes, they fit perfectly together. There are attach points for mounting in a variety of ways. I use a US-30 and US-20 in that configuration for traveling. If you attach them correctly, they are very stable and secure. Oct 11, 2013
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Daniel H: Yes, if you can hunt down the Kriega catalog, you'll see a few pics of the US-20 on the US-30. If memory serves, they even (directly) sell the pair together as a set. Oct 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this contain the strapping system like the US30? I've been reading a bit here and there and it was supposed to be updated by now to the more preferred US30 strapping system.

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Feb 6, 2015
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DOUG A: I wasn't aware there were 2 differing strapping systems. I have the US-20 and the US-30 packs and they use the same strapping system.

The answer to your question must be yes, they are the same.
Feb 6, 2015
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A shopper asked: How well does this product mount to the tail of a BMW R1200GS? My only trepidation is the shape of the actual tail piece on the motorcycle.

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Jun 6, 2014
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Simon M: I mount mine on the pillion seat and it works very well. When I go on long trips with my aluminum bags attached, I take off the pillion grab handles and remove the pillion seat and mount the bag directly to the rear plastic plate. Again, it works very well. The bag is excellent. Jul 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is there any difference between the mounting hardware or the mounting process for this and the Kriega US-30 tail bag? Apr 26, 2014
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Benjamin W: It's the same hardware and process. Apr 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are there any differences in the mounting hardware or mounting process between this bag and the US-30? Apr 26, 2014
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Benjamin W: It's the same hardware and process. Apr 29, 2014
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