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Kriega US-30 Drypack

The Kriega US-30 is 30-litre capacity 100% waterproof motorcycle tailpack. Unique design solution enables fitment can fit directly to the bike's subframe or solid mounting under the seat. The US-30 also comes equipped with removable shoulder and waist straps, so it can be carried courier style, on or off the bike.

Base anti-slip mesh also doubles as a pocket to store the shoulder and waist straps when the US-30 is attached to the bike. The shoulder strap connects to the large D-rings at each end of the pack and the waist strap connects to 2 fold away buckles at the corners of the mesh-pocket.

The Kriega US-30 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 US-30 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 sub-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. See US Alloy Hook Strap page for full fitting instructions.

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


  • 1000D Dupont Cordura (100% waterproof main body)
  • RHINOTEK: abrasion resistant fabric
  • HYPALON: abrasion resistant re-enforcement
  • DRYPACK: removable tape-seamed liner (white)
  • 420D nylon ripstop - lightweight yet extremely strong
  • Acetal ITW Airloc buckles
  • YKK water-resistant zips
  • 6061-T6 alloy fitting hooks
  • Side access zip pocket  (water-resistant)
  • Coated-mesh pocket
  • Shoulder & waist straps
  • 1 x set US Alloy Hook Straps included
  • 10-year guarantee
  • 30-litre capacity 
  • 445mm(H) x 295mm(W) x 225mm(D)
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Kriega US-30 Drypack 4.8 5 95 95
The best tailbag you can buy I am extremely impressed with this bag. I've already used it in the rain, and it is completely waterproof. All of the buckles, straps, etc. are very high quality and very rugged. Install is pretty easy, but depending on your bike may require some removal of tail fairings. Definitely the sort of job anyone with some allen wrenches and screw drivers could handle, but it could be a little intimidating if you don't do your own wrenching. I opted for the 30 L size instead of the 20, and I'm glad I did. It's easy to compress it down to a small size if it's not full, and having the extra room has been very useful. March 2, 2015
A little pricey, but perfect. I bought this just before the holidays in order to visit family and be able to truck back gifts and anything I might get for Christmas. I originally bought the 20-liter but it was too small. Installation took a little bit (mainly because my hands are kinda large), but you can easily keep the straps under the passenger seat when you're not using them so it still looks great. The 30 is a great size and it fits much more than you would think looking at it. I threw a few sets of clothes along with a book and put my phone back there while I was riding. Real easy to detach when I stopped for a meal and easy access to check my phone as well. It had enough room on the way back to hold the bottle of whiskey my sister bought me. Glad I bought this, though it is a bit more expensive than I would like. December 29, 2014
Flawless In 1,000 Mile Trip Took a 1,000 mile trip to Death Valley. The pack preformed flawlessly. Its very easy to install and I had no issues. My only complaint is some of the stitching looks bad brand new. I do not know if this will cause any issues later down the road but for the price I expected flawless looking stitches. December 1, 2014
Excellent pack, easy install, no issues I got this to replace a very not-waterproof tank bag. I'm using it as a tailbag, not a tank bag. This is installed on a Ninja 300 and was really easy to install. Remove the pillion seat, and wrap the straps around the two hooks and the inner frame area. Be sure to get the straps out of the way of the seat, though, or it won't go back on without a fight. The pack itself looks great; it's obviously well made, and doesn't look chintzy. The straps/buckles for the quick release are nice, and it's easy and quick to get the pack off the bike when parked. Of course, since I bought the bag for all the rain we had, it hasn't rained since, but I'm not worried about the waterproof claim. This bag is excellent and well worth the money. November 17, 2014
What I needed! I could improve this product, honestly, but it has made my life so much easier as it is. The straps easily installed on my Triumph Bonneville. I just quickly attach each time and can quickly take it off when I reach my destination. Tons of room for stuff in the bag. My recommendations ... come up with a laptop version. I use this for hauling my laptop. It would be nice to have a built-in laptop pocket. November 6, 2014
Best design I've found. I've used the US-10 and 20 bags for years and found them to be durable and well designed. I know California's been in a drought but I've ridden in some torrential rain with these bags and not once had water get inside. My son uses a Kreiga backpack and it too is brilliantly designed. You can't go wrong with Kreiga. October 20, 2014
Great weekend pack Great weekend pack at a reasonable cost. Love the ease if mounts to just about any bike. September 29, 2014
Great bag for the most part The bag itself is great! Plenty of room & way easier to pack a bunch in than a backpack. It would be nice if they included a way to leave the shoulder strap on and strap it down safely. Anymore, I usually just carry the bag without the strap unless I'm going to be walking a ways. For as expensive as the bag is, that would be something that would make it more worth the price. I don't have any signs of wear on the bag, and I ride almost every day during the week. You pay a premium, but it is worth it if it continues to hold up without wear. Install on my 2014 Kawasaki Ninja 300 was a little tricky, and involved taking some of the plastics off, strapping everything in a way that would allow me to close the seat, and then putting it all back together again. Not a problem with the bag, just be prepared to spend an hour or so figuring out the best way to install on your bike. September 29, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Donnie E: Kriega luggage is top quality, very well made water proof luggage at a reasonable price. Feb 26, 2015
ARTHUR J: Excellent size, flexibility, durability and quality, which far exceeds bike OEM products (in this case Ducati Monstor). Styling is modern and compliments the bike. Feb 3, 2015
Chris C: I was so impressed with the 20 liter that I thought I should get the 30 liter Feb 2, 2015
Jay V: The room. Clothes, Helmet, accessories. Jan 30, 2015
Jennifer H: Good luggage alternative for my commute. Works great. Jan 28, 2015
Eri c O: Superb quality and should fit nicely on the tail of my MV Augusta. Jan 24, 2015
robert h: great bag! so easy to use, and perfect size for weekend trips. Dec 1, 2014
Kenneth G: Based on the reviews and video. Looks like a good product. Nov 13, 2014
adam o: I have a Monster, but I'm an adventure rider at heart. I also live in a really rainy area and I frequently have to haul things. This dry pack seems like the perfect low-cost way to schlep. Was convinced to give it a shot after seeing a nice post on the monsterforum website. Sep 23, 2014
John R: Tail bag, trying to avoid carrying the panniers when I don't need to on day trips. Sep 21, 2014
Aaron L: easy on off feature, it has a built in waterproof liner, open spaces for packing, and alot of room to use Sep 12, 2014
Anthony C: Light weight, foldable, ease of use (quick on, quick off), waterproof. Aug 26, 2014
R E: I had narrowed down to a few options for luggage for my new-to-me bike, and had my bf look for a new backpack for me as well. He suggested I get this instead of a backpack. I didn't really like any of the backpack options, and this system has gotten good reviews as well - so it was already a top contender in my book. I'm just hoping I can pack lightly enough so I don't need more room (that's not a talent of mine - yet). Aug 23, 2014
Dario M: Premium large waterproof bag that is more practical than saddle bags Aug 4, 2014
andrew s: High ratings, excellent customer service with knowledgeable sales staff, and return policy, and I needed a tailbag Jul 18, 2014
Sean D: Kriega offers the best versatility for being able to expand your luggage. Plus it is well made and comes with a great warranty. Jul 16, 2014
John V: I already own one of their packs (US-20) and really like it. Kriega makes high quality, user friendly products. Jun 20, 2014
Rob B: I wanted something waterproof that was good easy to mount to any kind of bike. May 28, 2014
Donald T: To Be Honest, Jamie from watching MotoGeo videos convinced me :) May 17, 2014
Vassili S: "because these are the best bags on the market and will work perfect for my cross country trip! " May 5, 2014
Brian D: For commuting to work. I've gotten tired of carrying any additional weight in a backpack, I don't like how it affects my perception of personal mobility and movement while riding the motorcycle, I don't like the additional air drag that it precipitates, and lastly, my current backpack is not waterproof, which is a big drawback. So, I was given a gift certificate for Rezvilla, and finally figured that since commuting season is beginning here in the Midwest, go ahead and make the purchase. Apr 20, 2014
Christopher F: Revzilla seems to think this is the creme de la creme of bags. I'm going on a month-long trip and need something sturdy and waterproof...and big enough for all my stuff. This one looks like it'll do the trick! Apr 20, 2014
John G: Great pack that goes everywhere with me. I rode from DC to NYC (5 hours) in constant rain and everything in this bag was perfectly dry. Highly recommended. Apr 17, 2014
Arsenio G: Flexibility of packing for short trips from same day to weekend rides,,, no bulky side cases you don't need Apr 17, 2014
F S: Everyone who has one raves about how awesome they are. Plus, since I have no passenger pegs or rear fender to use as anchors, regular tailbags won't work on my bike, so this setup should work well. Apr 16, 2014
Hubert S: Beats carrying full size laptop on my back. Apr 14, 2014
Paul S: I needed a bag for a weekend camping trip to fit a tent. I hate wearing backpacks when I ride but had a hard time finding secure fit luggage options for my Triumph street triple. The screaming reviews and revzilla video makes this look like the perfect fit. Apr 5, 2014
Jean H: Chosen on the recommendation of Philly in house sales team and then reviews and videos on line. Mar 30, 2014
Darren B: I work in the school system and need to carry loads of gear between buildings. This is an easy on easy of tail bag that can be carried like a messenger bag. Mar 4, 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
Dario M: I have been in need of a quality pack for commuting and overnight trips..this has great reviews and it beats my old backpack! Feb 28, 2014
Tony B: I trust the Kriega name (I use the R25 every day) and need that quality in a water proof tail bag. Now I have the starter bag, if I need to grow, I can. Feb 7, 2014
Douglas H: I chose the US-30 Drypack to augment or even replace the soft saddlebags when riding my V-Strom. I wanted my tailbag to be waterproof without having to mess with a rain cover. Jan 13, 2014
Morgan B: Got rid of my saddlebags for tail bags only instead. I loved the fact that it has a completely waterproof compartment without needing a rain cover and it will look better than saddlebags on a gsxr 600... Jan 9, 2014
William E B: Gift Dec 9, 2013
Daren M: needed flexible storage options Dec 9, 2013
Gregory G: Extra storage. Easily straps to my panniers or rear seat. Perfect for camera, clothes, etc. Keeps things dry. Nov 28, 2013
mitch p: This looks like an excellently made bag with a thoughtful and well engineered design and high quality manufacturing at a great price. I need something to put my work pack into rather than wear it as a backpack when I ride to work. This seems the perfect solution. Nov 28, 2013
John D: Purchased this item for my 2013 Triumph Speed Triple R which fits nicely and its modular design provides me the ability to attached more bags to this 30 liter base if the need arises. Only aspect of the bag that I am not a huge fan of is how you access the inside of it. You have to unclip and unroll access on the side rather than from the top. Nov 17, 2013
Carlo S: I needed the largest capacity for really long rides Oct 5, 2013
William L: Absolutely flawless product. I use mine on the back of a Bonneville, it can fit enough essentials for a weekend or I usually use it to pack my lunch and uniform top, rain suit and toolkit in when commuting. Fantastic gear. It sets up easily, looks pretty good and I love that I can add more capacity to it later if I need to. You can fit a lot of stuff in a 30 liter bag and this one seems really durable. Sep 13, 2013
John R: Needed additional stowage and am aware of Kriega's reputation for quality. Sep 9, 2013
Fleming W: needed lightweight and waterproof tail pack. Sep 3, 2013
Ken J: Have Kriega US-20. Works well. Getting US-30 to pair together. Aug 17, 2013
George S asked: Can 3 Kreiga US 20s be attached to the US 30 (two on each side and one on top)? Aug 31, 2013
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Don S: I routinely attach a US20 on top of a US 30. That is simple. From there, I would see no problem with attaching a couple US20's to each side. There are many attach points.
Take a look at the Kriega website and look at theUSCombo70 option. This shows a 30+20+20 configuration. You are simply adding another 20 on top.
Sep 3, 2013
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John R: Not certain on that one. The question might better be put to Kriega themselves. That aside I'd think you probably could, but the potential for the eccentric weight on the outliers could be an issue if not support by panniers. Sep 3, 2013
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Scott S: You can strap them anywhere and the 10s fit perfectly "on their side" on the side of the 30. 20s would be a little tall "on their side." The straps do not work if the bags are side to side. Sep 3, 2013
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Marshall A: I believe so. I i own both a US30 and a US20. The buckles match up so that you can add the 20 on to the top or sides. Sep 5, 2013
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Hunter G: I believe you can attach any of Kreiga's bags onto each other in different configurations. I'm pretty sure you can attach at least 1 20 on the 30 on top...but not sure about one on each side. If you go to Kreiga's site they show you all the different configurations you can do. Sep 5, 2013
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A shopper asked: Anyone tried to use this for Laptop? I have 16" laptop that I need to bring on daily commutes. Aug 15, 2012
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BrandonWarEagle: I have the 30 liter dry pack, and I put a laptop in it every day. It is TOTALLY waterproof and fits fine with tons of other stuff. I'm just always careful about how the laptop is sitting in the bag when I wrench down the compression straps. Seriously, the waterproofing is topnotch if that's what you're worried about. Oct 6, 2012
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John T: Yes, I use this bag for my commute to and from work. I have a 17 inch laptop which fits nicely since the bag itself forms a nice rectangle shape when fully loaded. I place the laptop at the top of the bag after I have loaded my rain suit, work clothes (shirt+pants), and shoes. Nov 11, 2012
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SeattleRider: I use a US-20 for my 14 laptop. Could also fit a 16.
The US-30 seems excessive for that. I have both, and could fit a small desktop computer in that I think.
Aug 27, 2012
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Ryan T: You could probably fit 5 laptops in this thing no problem. Mar 20, 2013
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RevZilla: A 16in laptop should fit in the Kriega US-30 Drypack. Aug 15, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm torn between the 20L and the 30L Kriega bags. I know that I could always go larger with the buckle system, but the 20L seems perfect for day-to-day use. My question is- in your opinion- could I say, fit a 12 pack of beer and a pair of shoes in the 20L? If not, I will go with the 30L. Also, can I strap the 30L bag vertically so it doesn't hang over the side? Jun 22, 2012
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Carlo S: I'd go the US20. I have a US50 combo (30x10x10) and I had thought I could just use a 10 for daily commutes and the 30 for longer rides.

Turns out the 10 is fine for bare essentials (i.e. emergency raingear, etc.), and augmenting the larger capacity drypacks - the 30 for commuting is a bit too much unless you're bringing loads of stuff (or planning to stuff your jacket, helmet, etc. in there as well).

The 20 seems like the magic number as far as daily commutes go. As such I've just purchased a US20 to complete my Kriega "set" :)
Oct 18, 2013
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Lp35: I purchased the 30L and it is big enough. I can hold almost all of my clothes from large suit case in the bag, but I cannot fit my shoes. However, I ride a goldwing, so I have the space for my shoes. I believe you can fit a 12 pack of bear (cans) in the the 30L. Strapping the back vertically will not be a problem: however, the you need a road map to work the straps on this bag. I use the strap provided, but then use a separate strap for additional security. The problem for me is securing the bag to a luggage rack of my goldwing. Aug 8, 2012
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Ryan T: I had the same internal debate and went with the 30L. I made the right call. You'll appreciate the extra space and when you have the bag mostly empty or entirely empty you can compress it down really good with the straps so it's nice and small. I can't speak for the 20, but the 30L will definitely hold a pair for shoes and then some. You can strap it down vertically or horizontally, it gives you plenty of options. Spend the extra $20...it's worth it. Mar 20, 2013
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SeattleRider: I would go with the 20L. I use it daily with a 14 inch laptop, books, sometimes leather chaps, shoes, etc, with plenty of room.
I also own the 30 liter. I only use that for trips so far. I can fit a sleeping bag, pad, 2 person tent with poles and a few other misc things in that one.
I havent tried a 12 pack of beer, but I have fit a growler (1/2 gallon) easily. Along with chips, dip and other party supplies. All in a US-20.
Aug 27, 2012
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Anthony M: A 6 pack of bottle beer fits in the 20, but not a 12 pack (of bottles anyway). I have the 20 and will buy the 30 and use them as a combo instead of my 1200 GS hard cases. And they look nicer / sportier. The 20L is a nice all day bag for sure... Mar 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: Am I correct to assume that the 17.5" height dimension is when rolled closed securely? Wondering if a tent that packs down to around 17" long x 6" wide will fit inside. Jul 8, 2014
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Tim W: The shiny part on top is 15 x 10 inches. You can definitely stretch something that's 17 x 6 inside but the amount of roll-up material will be less but still adequate. I'm basing this on me taking a ruler and measuring out 17 inches which reaches from one end to the other where the buckle is located on the side. Below the buckle is the two plastic loops on the each side. Aug 19, 2014
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Matthew B: Yes, that's the approximate length when the bag is rolled closed and ready to travel. I would say a tent of that size would fit. Jul 8, 2014
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Fred K: That is correct, I use it daily for my daily ride to work and pack my lunch in it. Perfect for me. Good luck. Aug 1, 2014
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John P: It's going to be VERY tight. Aug 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will the 30L fit on the back of the 2015 FZ-07? I want to be able to carry my bag and essentials for commutes without the bag fitting loose. Thanks. Aug 3, 2014
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Tim W: Yes it will definitely fit on the back of the 2015 FZ-07. The US-30 is designed to fit on any sport bike (which have the slimmest tail sections). I ride a 2008 R1 and there was absolutely no problem with the US-30 moving around at high speeds or on extremely twisty roads. Aug 19, 2014
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Scott T: The included straps will secure to the subframe underneath the passenger seat just fine. Source: I work at a Yamaha dealership and assemble FZ-07's. Aug 18, 2014
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Scott S: I don't know your bike well, but the bag is first rate. You should be able to cinch it down nicely depending on shape of your tail rack. Aug 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would it be easy to secure/lock this bag to the bike if I didn't want to take the bag with me? May 9, 2014
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Matthew M: Not really. It can be unclipped at either the fast connectors or if you use the strap hooks (I have to use both on a Ninja 250). You could run a chain through the D-rings, but a knife or screwdriver would break the D-ring (or for that matter simply cut the bag). May 9, 2014
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Donald T: NO, the back is easily unsecured so I would not it out of my sight but it comes with straps so it can easily turn into a back pack or a messenger bag on the fly. Jun 24, 2014
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Scott S: The straps are very secure, but could easily be cut. I have seen metal mesh nets that be used as an add on. May 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can this be removed easily? Like to take into a gas station or store, so I don't have to worry about leaving it on my bike unatended? Apr 23, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes! The US-30 Drypack comes with US-Alloy Hook Straps that allow you to quickly and easily remove and re-install to the subframe loops. Once you have the subframe loops installed, you will not need to remove them. The alloy hook straps make the Kriega bags super awesome and versatile. You can even take the US-30 bag off and put a US-20 bag in its place. Apr 30, 2013
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Scottay951: Yes and yes, they come with both shoulder and waist straps so that you can take them wherever you need to go May 8, 2013
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SudoGJ: Very easy to remove. Just 4 easy release attachments to undo. May 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: would this damage my 2013 Thruxton ? Mar 24, 2013
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RevZilla: Any material that is continuously in contact with paint will eventually begin to leave marks. Even the softest materials can trap small bits of dirt under them and begin rubbing. That said, If you were to remove your rear seat cowl, the Kriega US-30 Drypack would be sitting directly on the passenger seat, not in contact with paint, and you would be good to go. Mar 26, 2013
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George S: Leave the cowl on and get the rear cowl covered in "vinyl wrap" so you don't have to worry about paint damage. Sep 5, 2013
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aeon: If you take the cowl off your thrux you should be able to at least strap a US-20 with two US-10s to the sides.

I have a 2012 Scrambler and am able to use the US-30 with two US-20s on the flat gel seat, but it hangs off the back just slightly. I bet you could get away with it on a Thrux as well. It won't damage anything.
Apr 8, 2013
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Robert O: I have a 2014 Scrambler and am worried that this will hang over enough to cause heat issue with the high exhaust pipe. Have you had any problems with this at all? Aug 8, 2014
A shopper asked: Would the Kriega US-20 go well on a Yamaha FZ 16? And can 2 helmets be kept in it? Sep 24, 2012
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Ryan T: The 20 will fit just fine. No, two helmets won't fit....not even one. The 20 is more of a laptop, lunch, clothes type of bag. You miiiiiiight be able to fit a single helmet in the 30, but I think you'd have trouble closing the bag securely. Mar 20, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, you should be able to use the Kriega US-20 on your Yamaha FZ16. However, this bag is way too small to carry two helmets, or even one. Sep 26, 2012
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P90Wex: You could fit two helmets in this bag, but probably nothing else. Unfortunately I'm not sure if it would work well on your bike. Apr 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: would a pair of size 43 dainese trq race air out shoes fit in the 30 liter tail bag? I want somewhere to store my motorcycle boots when at school or work. Aug 2, 2012
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Ryan T: Yes, they'll fit with ease. Probably fit a few other things in there as well. It fits my extra large textile jacket with armor and liner no problem. Mar 20, 2013
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RevZilla: A pair of TRQ's should fit in the Kriega US-30 Drypack, however space will be very limited after that. Aug 2, 2012
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Michael T: They should fit no problem... it holds quite a bit of stuff. Sep 17, 2012
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A shopper asked: Greetings,

Would attaching the Kriega US30 to a side rack, such as the Wolfman side rack, be feasible? If so, would it be a wise decision to do so?

Dec 2, 2014
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Donnie E: I'm not familiar with the Wolfman Side Rack, but I believe that the Kriega straps would work with most rack systems because of the design. The fastner on the end of the straps is an "S or Z" shaped design that allows you to pass the strap thru the rack and wrap back around to secure to the strap if that makes any sense. So, it should work with even a side mounting system, although I've only tried it with traditional tail racks. By the way, the Kriega bag is a terrific product. Pricey, but well made and real quality that should last a long time. Completely waterproof as I have used it in severe conditions. Hope that helps. Dec 2, 2014
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David D: I don't see any issues as long the straps don't slide. You might see wear from road dabris. Kriega bags are tough. I crashed with the 30 mounted on seat. The bag came out better than I did. Do it. Dec 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: I ride a 2014 Moto Guzzi California 1400 Custom. I know the product claims that it can be used as a tailpack on almost any bike. I wondering if this claim has ever been tested my bike? Looking at my bike I don't see how this pack can strap to the back of my seat without slipping around or having one of the straps in the wheel well of the rear tire, which would not be good. Any advice or comments? Apr 24, 2014
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Sherman L: I put a US30 on my Diavel and it worked fine. Just loop the straps to the frame under the seat. If not that, run the straps to the frame. I just started using Kriega and am not looking any further. This is too bad as seeking out the latest gear is at least part of the fun of having a bike. Apr 24, 2014
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owen f: I use these on my 2013 ZX14R. I have a seat support structure under my seat where I attached the connecting straps. The straps rest under the seat when not in use. I simply remove the seat, pull straps out to the side (two each side), replace the seat, and snap the straps to the bag. Really is a great system and a piece of cake. It is very secure, then additional Kriega bags can be snapped to the bottom bag. Also, the Kriega bags are great quality. Good luck, Owen. May 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: Sorry for being an American, but how big is this bag?
are you really asking me to convert each one of those numbers in google… :) I tried, you have to do it separately…..

445mm(H) x 295mm(W) x 225mm(D)
Apr 7, 2014
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Matthew M: ~1800 cubic inches or the size of a typical school backpack. I can fil a computer, small three ring binder, change if closes, shoes, and lunch in the bag. It has worked really well for my commute. Apr 7, 2014
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Scott S: I like the bag very much. Without filling it up and taking measurements, I would estimate it is about the size of a large brown paper grocery bag. Apr 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this product compatible with "cruiser" type bikes? Can it be fitted over a seat? May 3, 2013
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RevZilla: Absolutely! The straps can be fitted on any bike in order to install the bags. These are the most versatile bags and waterproof. May 13, 2013
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wayne69: I used it on the pillion of a R1150GS Adventure. I ended up turning it sideways and worked great. May 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: Would I be able to fit a 1 gallon water jug.Along with a lunch box in a 30L Kriega drypack. Mar 4, 2013
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RevZilla: While the Kriega US-30 Drypack can accommodate a 1-gallon water jug and have some room for other items like a lunch box, the orientation of the water jug inside th bag may cause the jug to leak. The bag is approximately 8.86 inches high when strapped to the bike. The jug may be able to fit into the bag and strapped into an upright orientation if it is shorter than 8.86 inches.

The bag can contain up to 30 liters or 1831 cubic inches, but keep in mind that the orientation of the items inside may not fit well with it's dimensions. Books and clothing will fit more easily than odd shaped items.

Dimensions of bag: 17.52 inches(H) x 11.61mm(W) x 8.853mm(D)
Mar 6, 2013
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aeon: I was able to fit three 1 gallon jugs as well as some oddball items on a store run one day. I think the answer is yes. Apr 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: So many straps, eyelets and hooks. A fitting video would be nice. I have the US-30 Dry pack. Attempting to place on a BWM R1200GSA. Utilizing the rear rack and passenger seat area. Kriega states go to kriega.com to find fitting videos... I don't see them. The instructions state no straps are left behind when the bag is disconnected! Jun 26, 2012
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BMWDave55: Have same bike. I just followed instructions provided as to how to attach straps to bike. When you remove bag attaching straps WILL remain on bike (if you attach to the frame as I did). You can arrange straps to go under the pillon thus allowing all straps to come off the bike. Using the pillon is the only way to have no straps on bike when bag is removed. I did not want this. I wanted to mount bag for tool storage..tools always on bike..so bag is always on bike. In addition the straps that remain on bike are hard to detect anyway so not a big deal. Mar 28, 2013
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Scottay951: The video is a review for both Givi soft bags and the Kriega US20 bag. However, more than 85% of the video is him reviewing the Kriega bag and showing how it fits on his particular bike (an SV650 if I remember correctly)

You're going to leave some straps on the bike but you can unhook the aluminum clips and attach them onto the bag itself that way the only straps still on the bike are the ones that are under your seat or mounted to the subframe
May 8, 2013
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Tommy C asked: Using a Kriega US-30 Drypack, could I strap my Kriega R25 Backpack to my bike?

Background: The Florida heat causes me considerable discomfort during periods of heavy traffic whenever I wear my 2013 Kriega R25 Backpack (which I love!). It's especially bad on long trips/vacations when the bag is full. I'd like to use the space of the backpack (and its convenience when arriving at my destination), but I want to know if I can instead strap it to my bike. My goal is bike not back. Do you recommend or is it possible to strap a 2013 Kriega R25 Backpack to my bike (2014 Triumph Street Triple R)? If so, how and what else do I need to purchase? My thought was to purchase a Kriega US-30 Drypack and then somehow strap the R25 Backpack to that. Is that possible? If so, what do I need to purchase (e.g., straps, clips, etc.). Please help. Thank you.
May 31, 2014
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Donald T: I have the US30 installed on my Diavel and it works great just place straps under passenger seat area. I don't think the R25 backpack is meant to be strapped to the US30 but you can put the US10 and US20 to the US30 to create a 3 pack setup. Jun 24, 2014
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Hervey W asked: Anyone using a US-30 on either a 97 Ducati 916 or a 13 Street Triple R?

I've had the seat off the ST3R but cannot find any gaps in the subframe where I could attach the straps, any clues?
On the 916, I'm concerned that the pack will obscure the tail/brake lights that are embedded in the tail section?
May 31, 2014
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David T: On the 916 your best bet is to mount the bag sideways as opposed to front to back. Mounting it front to rear will block the tail light a little bit. Remember to put down a something cloth or use painters tape between the back and hard plastic on the bag.

Jun 4, 2014
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A S asked: Hi! Can I mount the US30 to the topcsse mount on my 2012 gS Advemture? Reason is that need to go two up and need the pillion seat area for my passenger...wondering if the dimensions and straps would allow for a sideways mount on the rear of the bike where the topcsse usually would go. Oct 18, 2013
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Linda C: Hi there, I had ordered this for my Fiance and he doesn't have another case off his tail. He's not quite sure if this would work. Sorry we can't be of more help. Oct 18, 2013
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A S asked: Can this be mounted to the topcsse mount on a 2012 GS Adventure instead of on the pillion seat? Reason is that we need to travel two up and want to see if it will work this way Oct 18, 2013
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John R: Don't know about your bike, but it could probably be done on my Super Tenere. Although it may hang a bit precariously off the rear. The pillion is normally mt go-to spot. Oct 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: So I need to mount the US 30 not to the passenger seat of my 2012 GSAdventure but to the rear case mount, so that I can ride 2 up. Can this be done? Oct 18, 2013
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Scott S: That should work just fine. It will provide a little bit of a back rest as well. Oct 18, 2013
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