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Kriega US-5 Drypack

The Kriega US Drypack series is 100% waterproof - great as an Enduro or Supermoto fenderpack (bolt-on) or can attach to Hydro-3, R15, R20, R25, R30 or R35 increasing capacity by 5 litres

Like the rest of the Kriega range, the US-5 fits with Kriega Alloy Hook Straps. Quicker & easier to take on and off, with no loose straps left on the bike. For street bikes the standard 4 x subframe loops are used under the seat. The Kriega US-5 can also attach to Kriega backpacks and the Tank adpater with either the old style fitting straps or with the new alloy hooks. The US-5 also includes 2 x bolt-on Hypalon loops to fit a dirtbike fender with Alloy Hook attachment for convenience. 

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

Features:

  • 1000D Dupont Cordura
  • RHINOTEK: abrasion resistant fabric
  • HYPALON: abrasion resistant re-enforcement
  • DRYPACK: taped-seam liner
  • 5-liter capacity with removeable, washable white liner
  • Water / dust resitant YKK zipper pocket on one side, Coated mesh pocket on the other
  • 100% waterproof (main body)
  • Side access zip pocket (water-resistant)
  • 10-year guarantee
  • 5-litre capacity
  • 300mm(H) x 160mm(W) x 100mm(D)
  • Bags are sold each
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Fitment Notes & Exceptions

  • Some mounting options require additional bags or strap mounts (sold separately)
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Kriega US-5 Drypack 4.8 5 27 27
Best bag so far I wanted something to keep my phone and wallet dry as I ride, considering my bike is my daily driver and live in south Florida June 5, 2015
Great All Weather Bag. This is a perfect compliment to the Kriega Hydration Pack. It would be nice if there were some instructions showing the install to the hydration pack without the purchase of an additional strap kit, but all in all, awesome pack. I use this pack in XC and enduro racing. After a very, VERY muddy race, I hung it at the carwash and sprayed it clean with high pressure, not a drop of water entered the bag. I would like to add another as a fender bag in the future. GET ONE! June 2, 2015
A new type of soft luggage. In over 30 years of riding, I've tried a lot of soft luggage. All of it has used zippers to get access to the various pockets, and a rain cover for wet riding. Kriega kicked this concept to the curb where it belongs. Zippers leak, and it's easy to forget to secure them when a single tank or tailbag has as many as 6-10 individual zippers. I once lost the entire contents of a zippered tankbag because I failed to check the zippers, and this is very easy to do. The zippered bags also are always at full size, so if we want to have a decent-sized bag for a day ride and also maybe a longer ride, like an overnighter, we have to live with more bulk. Kriega bags are a mini-duffel bag or stuff bag with a roll-top and one zippered pouch and a mesh sleeve, with a waterproof liner inside. Yes, they are a little more inconvenient when we need to quickly access something, since the packing strategy has to be like that of a hiking or camping trip. But the payoff is in the way the luggage is adaptable and far more secure on the motorcycle. After a couple of rides I really liked the way the Kriega worked. I just packed the junk I wouldn't need that often at the bottom of the bag and put my sunglasses and shield cleaner at the top. Spare earplugs, a pocketknife, and even a phone can go in the zippered compartment, and some documents or printed maps can be stowed in the mesh pocket. All this stuff is perfectly secured once the bag is in place. It's locked down nice and snug. The bag doesn't move once the straps are cinched and it's quite easy to find what you want once you've got a system. Not only that, but as you use up stuff, the bags collapse and are still secure on the bike. If you are shedding layers, you can cinch the larger bags tight and expand them when you need to stow that thermal undershirt, or even strap the clothing to the top of the bag if needed (just be very sure it's secure). Now I don't have to switch out tankbags and tail bags. One size covers most of my riding but all Kriega bags will mount to the same location, either the tank or tail, as they all use a common mounting system. I'm converting all my bikes over to this Kriega stuff. I have the tank adapter on my ZX-10R, and it works great with the 5-liter bag, and still gives me plenty of room to move around and get up on the tank for control. Great stuff and look sleek and bomb-proof as well. May 27, 2015
Great Small Fender Pack - Needs Better Mounting Solution Kriega brand bags are great in general. I already have three US-10's, one US-20 and an R-25 backpack so that put the US-5 Drypack high on my list for a fender pack on my smaller bikes. The US-5 is a much more rugged, waterproof bag than the typical fender pack. The only downside to the pack itself is, it isn't going to put up with overstuffing very well. The roll top only folds twice with nothing in the bag, so there's no overflow space -which is fine since that isn't the point of this bag. My only other complaint is that the mounting system could use some more thought. To mount the bag on a dirtbike, Kriega expects you to drill holes in your fender to attach small straps (they do not provide the hardware). I'm not willing to make that commitment. And with two bikes that I want to transfer the bag between, I'd have to come up with a second set of straps. There must be a better way to make a non-permanent mounting system that would work across several bikes. I will make my own since the bag is worth the trouble. May 4, 2015
Great for tools and small items on the trail! Great product. My buddy has the Kriega bags for a few of his bikes. Love the system and the quality from Kriega. Although, a little pricey they are worth it. looks sleak and is waterproof. I use this on my KTM 250 2-stroke for tools and small items and it bolted right up and I can just leave the mounts on and use it as a carry on or attachment to the other sizes I got for my other bikes. May 4, 2015
Does what it is designed for 5 L. Dry. mountable. All these things are true of this bag. 5L: its small. its not going to hold a weeks worth of clothes. if you are lucky, youll have spare underwear, wallet and cell phone, socks, and sundries (deoodorant, travel size shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrush, comb). but you knew that. Its small. Its small by intent. Perfect for me. Dry: got caught in a rainstorm. Severe downpour. everything inside remained dry. material weathered the moisture with no complaints. Mountable: I wanted a small bag (ultra low profile due to my height as to not cause issues throwing my leg over) to hold small items, mostly from my pockets) while putzing around town. Strap mounting was easy. took a bit of creativity to find the best spot to strap under my seat F800r 2015 but It went and securely. I did not slice the straps under the seat as designated via video. I kept them long for a reason: I will often let the straps go on the loose side so that I can use the US-5 bag to strap items to the bike, like a jacket, in much the way motorcycle nets work. Does the job, especially when shopping. Overall, great product. I will be buying a US-10 April 20, 2015
Best water proof bag out Just needs a few other little features like a transparent map holder and side pockets but a great system, access to stuff is kind of a pain . The bag does not come with the cross straps in the sit video but called Kreiga and they sent it to me no problem . April 13, 2015
This pack is the perfect size for the rear fender on my Husky FE501S As I began looking for a pack, the most important aspect was it had to be "waterproof," and fit on the back fender of a Husky FE501S. Mission accomplished !! March 2, 2015
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Kriega US-5 Drypack
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Anthony Z: Brand reputation, perfect size and features and future expansion possibilities. Jun 21, 2015
JAMES B: Because, unlike the Wolfman bag, this one is waterproof, and it is large enough to handle the Kriega Tool Wrap which also appears to be a superior product to the Wolfman tool wrap. Jun 17, 2015
Brian R: Ã? have the 30 and wanted a small one to separate out tire repair accessories, etc. so that I could use it separatly and keep everything related in one bag and attach to 30 on longer trips. Jun 17, 2015
zach w: I wanted a small tail bag that was roughly the same size as the rear seat on my 04 R6. Jun 5, 2015
Jay M: Looks like the right size for a day ride. May 13, 2015
Scott H: A replacement for the last one that was sold with the bike.
I had my last bag for seven years without any problems!
Apr 26, 2015
T R: I will use the US-5 Drypack in conjunction with my new Kriega Ri5 pack. Apr 20, 2015
pedro c: Best water proofing for bags there is on a motorcycle. Apr 13, 2015
James V: I don't like bags on my tank that cause scratches. Kriega is known for great products and all the research I have done backs that up. Mar 15, 2015
David D: Wanted a pack for bike support items such as extra tools / bulbs / cover / pump / air etc... instead of carrying it all in a pack... so now I can go out for a ride without the back pack but still have piece of mind that I have the support items I need incase something happens. Dec 21, 2014
Scott S: Needed a off road trail/tool pack that could survive the Arizona desert. Nov 13, 2014
Craig F: great convenient size for my application. I have a FJR1300ES and was looking for something to keep a little air compressor, tire repair kit and a few tools in for every day riding with out having to have the hard cases on the bike. For longer trips it will give me expanded storage on the bike or attached to my R20. Love Kriega products, awesome quality. Sep 4, 2014
Steven S: Looks like what I need for my day trips. Aug 7, 2014
A s: To expand my current US 10 and 20 setup. Jul 26, 2014
brian s: love my r20 backback but wanted to have a place for the necessities that never get removed i.e. flat repair kit, CO2 canisters, first aid kit. can fit on back of bike when not attached to r20. Mar 27, 2014
Jason L: I have the US10 and the US20 having the US5 would be a good add to my collection and there's lots of times where I don't need a 10 or a 20. Mar 17, 2014
SCOTT S: This is my part of my first purchase from Revzilla, I have several Kriega products including a pair of the KS-40 Pannier bags for my GSA and the R20 backpack for short trips on DRZ and wanted a little extra space that is waterproof. Kriega makes quality products that are well engineered, user friendly and built to last! Jan 7, 2014
Michael S: I wanted to be able to carry some stuff in a waterproof bag on my Kriega R20 Oct 10, 2013
Yong B: Looking for a bag to stuff some minor gear in. Oct 7, 2013
toan n: Its a nice low profile tank bag. enough for map, compact camera, and a few other small items. Oct 3, 2013
Robert T: Went from an aprilia mana850 which has a glove compartment to a tuono v4r which has no storage, so the guys on the af1 forum told me about this Sep 5, 2013
ERIK C: Quality of reviews, quality of product Aug 15, 2013
A shopper asked: Does the Kriega US 5 attach to the other US drypacks like the US 30? Sep 1, 2013
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Rick M: Yes it does and you don't have to buy anything extra to do it Sep 11, 2013
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Hisanori Z: The US 5 can be attached to the US 30 but not by the usual methods such as the US10. You can however make it work just because there are multiple strap points on both bags. I have done it before since I have both bags but usually end up with the US5 inside of the 30. I hope this helps. Sep 16, 2013
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Tom I: Yes, I have attached it to the US 20 and the US 30. I have also attached it to the top of my panniers...very easy attachments. Sep 11, 2013
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Donald W: It will attach to both their dry packs and their backpacks. I attached mine to the R25 backpack and love it. Sep 11, 2013
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Richard H: I would think so although I haven't tried. It's a simple strap that can loop through anything in my opinion. Sep 11, 2013
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Samuel M: Yes it does, I use it with my R25. There's a pic on Kriega's website. Sep 11, 2013
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Ian B: Yes. The US 5 can be clipped to the larger bags or backpacks. Sep 11, 2013
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dave c: The Kriega US-5 does not attach to the other US packs. It can be used as a fender pack on dirt bikes with some drilling, standalone with the tank adapter, or attached to their backpacks. Sep 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: How would you mount the US-5 to a US-10? The US-10 is the right size for my bike, but sometimes I need just need a little more storage space.
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May 4, 2015
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Jason W: The bags are designed to piggyback each other. The 5 (or even another 10) will sinch to the base bag using the supplied straps. I have a US-5 on my tank for basic carry essentials. I have a US-10 for a tail bag, and keep a second US-10 rolled up up inside for the occasional need to expand my capacity. May 5, 2015
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Dale W: The pack comes with an assortment of straps that are meant to facilitate attaching it to any other Kriega bag via the sewn in loops.

Once you have a 2nd Kriega bag in hand you'll find there are a number of ways you can attach them to one another.
May 4, 2015
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Ryan C: It's actually really easy...the straps that come with the 5 allow you to easily attach to multiple attachment point on the 10....I bought the tank adaptor and used both as as a massive tank/travel bag...it worked great...and they are easily compatible May 4, 2015
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Scott S: You sure can. The Kriega lineup is adaptable and excellent in that way. I love the stuff May 4, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does the US 5 drybag connect to the US 30 drybags? Aug 31, 2013
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steven w: Not easily. The US 5 has a different connector system than all the other bags. It is designed to attach directly to the bike via a strap attached with screw in fittings. The Revzilla review does mention this, but if you don't know, you can easily miss the point. Oct 8, 2013
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Stefan L: Yes, it does. The US 5 dry bag will connect to all of the other Kriega bags, including their back packs.
However it does not come with it's own mounting kit as the bigger dry bags have.
Sep 25, 2013
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ERIK C: I have the us 5 as a tank bag, and the R30 as a backpack, I have the us 20 as a tail bag and they will all connect. Can't beat the quality ! Sep 26, 2013
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Zachary H: Yes I have both. Sep 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can the Kriega US 5 be opened while attached to a motorcycle? I am thinking about getting one and the tank adapter to stow my phone/wallet/keys ect while riding. Jun 23, 2015
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Jim C: You can definitely open it while it's mounted. I use the top zipper pocket a LOT for small stuff, but you can easily unroll it and open it up to grab stuff from the main compartment as well. Jun 23, 2015
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Bryan D: Yes, it's a roll-top type closure so it's easy to un-roll without detaching. I used one riding the TAT last year and it kept everything dry and dust free, worked really well. Jun 23, 2015
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Juan B asked: It looks small in the video and on the pictures... But will it fit a pair of work boots? Or some speed and strength black9 shoes..? Even if tight... Oct 24, 2014
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Martin M: It is small. It will fit 2 16oz water bottles, not much more. The shoes won't fit! Other then that, the bag is great - I love mine! Oct 24, 2014
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Scott S: I think it would be a little tight for boots Oct 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the US-10 dry pack attack to the R-25 backpack? Jun 24, 2014
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Jason W: Although I do not have the R-25, I'm pretty sure it does... I have the R-15 backpack as well as the US-5, US-10, & the US-20 dry packs. Everything I have from Kriega is set up for modular attachment to other Kriega gear. Cheers! Jul 1, 2014
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