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Kriega UScombo30 Drypack System

The Kriega UScombo30 is a 30-litre capacity (Kriega US-20 Drypack & US-10 Drypack) 100% waterproof tailpack combination. Innovative design solution secures the 'base' US-20 bag directly to the motorcycle sub-frame beneath the seat using included webbing buckle loops and Alloy Hook Straps. The US-10 stacks securely on top of the US-20, using a second set of included Alloy Hook Straps. The US-20 also comes equipped with removable shoulder and waist straps. It can be carried courier style, on or off the bike. The US-10 can fit on either side or on top of the US-20. Once connected together they can be removed as one single luggage 'block.'

The Kriega UScombo30 tailpack is designed to fit most race-rep and regular style seat pads (all fitting straps included). The pack(s) are easily attached/removed via the included webbing loops / Alloy Hook Straps. No extra bungees or rain covers are required. The US-10 can attach to either side or on top of the US-20. To fit: insert US-10 Alloy Hooks in the dedicated webbing loops on the lower side of the US-20 bag and cinch the US-10 down. Secure loose strap ends with supplied Strap Keepers. Once connected the two packs can be removed from the bike as one luggage 'block'.

Kriega US packs can also be used effectively on motorcycle racks or metal pannier tops by attaching 1 x set of the supplied webbing buckle loops to the item in question and following the same prodceedure as fitting to a motorcycle.

Features:

  • 100% waterproof main body
  • RHINOTEK: abrasion resiistant fabric
  • HYPALON: abrasion resistant re-enforcement
  • DRYPACK: removable, taped-seam liner (white)
  • 420D nylon ripstop - lightweight yet extremely strong
  • CNC milled, 6061-T6 alloy fitting hooks
  • Acetal ITW Airloc buckles
  • YKK water-resistant zips on side pockets
  • Side access zip pocket (water-resistant)
  • Coated-mesh pocket
  • Shoulder & waist straps (US-20)
  • 2 x set of Alloy Hook Straps included
  • 10-year guarantee
  • US-20 - 400mm(H) x 260mm(W) x 190mm(D)
  • US-10 - 330mm(H) x 220mm(W) x 125mm(D)
  • 30-liter combined capacity  
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Kriega UScombo30 Drypack System 4.8 5 20 20
Useful, Durable, Slow Loading The modularity makes this very useful for loading little or a lot onto a bike. As is well advertised, these are very durable. The cons are: - They are designed to be loaded onto the bike one-by-one (i.e. load US-20 onto bike, then US-10s onto US-20). This means you can't pack and bundle all three indoors, carry it as a single piece to your garage, and quickly install it on the bike. - They're not designed for quick access to contents. Though opening or dismounting is quick, repacking is slow. July 26, 2014
Versatile and Durable I purchased the US 20 and 2X US 10's separately. I normally use the US 20 for work, I can get a 15" HP laptop, pair of shoes, extra gloves, and some other odds and ends. This past weekend, I took the entire set on a 3 day trip. I was able to fit clothes, rain gear, rain gloves, snacks, a couple bottles of water and some other smaller items. It was nice to be able to ditch 2/3's of the bags as I was cruising around town and just carry a US 10 with a couple bottles of water, a hat, sunscreen, etc.. On our ride home, we rode through a 2 hour downpour and these bags kept everything inside completely dry. Highly recommended. June 8, 2014
Get 'em They are great. Easy install, easy on and off. I g no where without them and the extra 10L is nice for when I have a lot of gear. May 5, 2014
Great bags, Love the modular design Been riding with the 40 combo set for about two weeks now. I am currently working my way through graduate school and commute most days on my motorcycle. I'm often out all day and the Kriega 40 system has more than enough space for me to carry my laptop, books, a set of gym clothes and shoes as well as a change of clothes. For reference for size, the US 10 bag is large enough to stow my gym stuff (a pair of shoes, shorts a shirt, small towel, sandals and a small toiletries bag) The US 20 easily stores my laptop, a few textbooks as well as a full set of clothes (jeans, shirt, sweater and blazer) with some room to spare. Being able to easily detach the bags and use them like a duffle bag is extremely handy. Also, I love the modular design which makes me want to eventually build up a collection of Kriega bags to tailor to my needs for daily use to weekend trips. I haven't had them out in the rain yet, but I would be fairly confident in their waterproofing. They use the same design as kayaking dry bags, a roll down opening instead of 'waterproof' zippers, which are pretty much waterproof up to full submersion, and I believe I should have bigger concerns should I find my Kriega bags in such a situation. I also can't report on long term durability, but they appear to be very well built and quite sturdy. The installation was fairly painless, had to do a little bit of clever work with some needle nose pliers to get the mounting straps through some tight spaces under my seat. I could see the process being much easier or more difficult depending on the accessibility of the subframe of your motorcycle. The good: - Modular design allows for customizing your set up for what you need. Easy and quick to change around. - Excellent waterproof design (roll down openings, no use of 'waterproof' zippers) - Once the mounting straps are installed, removal and securing the bags is quick and easy. Shoulder strap makes them convenient for carrying about. The bad: - Like most good motorcycle gear, a little pricier than I would like them to be but definitely worth the investment. Overall: Definitely a great set of bags for mounting on the rear seat. The modular design is great and I will probably be getting additional larger bags for week long trips. The 40 system is a great starting point, and in combination with saddle bags, they definitely provide enough storage for weekend trips. Would definitely recommend them! Note: Just previewed the review... says I still ride a rebel. Not the case, been on the Kawasaki Versys for a while now... March 24, 2014
super high quality product, easy to use, and very adaptable. I've been around bags a lot. In fact, I've spent the last 10yrs focused on bicycles, and in that vein, a lot of touring, including self supported solo off road touring, and in that method, the preferred approach is in frame bags, as compared to panniers. Typically frame bags are a custom deal. when it comes to custom bags, of course you go thru a progression, and learn exactly what you want, how to pack, and what the entire platform is capable of. i.e. i rode from Banff to Butte in 7 days, all in the dirt, along the divide. so when it came time to fit a set of bags to my newly acquired '96 Ducati 900SS SP, of course I had a good idea how to pack, and I was only hopeful to find something of decent quality, and versatility. I ordered a Kriega US Combo 40, figuring that 40L was going to be way more than enough space for a 4 day jaunt from NorCal to SoCal. When the bags arrived I was VERY IMPRESSED. Kriega is top notch. I'm so happy with these bags. Setting up the straps was super easy, but yes, i am a stickler for details, so i made sure things were attached in their optimum positions, and that the whole system was easy to take off an on, including stowing away the frame straps when I'm here at home and using the bike for mostly commuting duties where I typically do not need a bag of any sort. my trip consisted of a jaunt down HWY1 thru big sur, some freeway on 101, a run along Mulholland, classic LA traffic, some rain as i was returning home, which had me hunkered down in Cambria for a day or two. hotel bags: when it comes to packing and using compression bags, typically you throw everything into the bag, cinch it down, and get on your way. this means, when you are in camp, or in this case, in a hotel, you typically strew all your stuff out along a tarp, and work from there. somewhat like a yard sale. however, with the Kriega bags, I was happy to simply move things like my hygiene bag (clear zip lock type) to one of the outer accessory zip pockets, which allowed easy access. things like electronics, phone charger cable, usb adaptor, etc... I simply used one of the accessory pockets on a 10L bag for "electronics" over all I'd say Kriega has hit it out of the park with this product. outstanding. and... it looks good on the bike. February 17, 2014
easy install, functional, sturdy great for my pursue when i ride to work, easy off and on December 12, 2013
Awesome I was looking for a seat bag and the revzilla team pointed me in this direction. They secure great to my bike and they are waterproof. These are the most dynamic and configurable bags I ever used. October 14, 2013
It fits great my Triumph Bonneville T100 I was looking for a tail bag for my Triumph Bonneville T100. Once you have removed the seat, it's very easy to fix everything and make it nice and clean. Once the bag is off, you don't need to remove the hooks from the bike, it's very easy to hide them under the seat. Perfect for week-end trips. September 18, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Eric S: It is a great quality bag that is easy to install and only has little connection points that aren't an eyesore when the bag is removed. May 26, 2014
Jonathan H: These work great. I have seen no better, and mine have held up very well. I have had mine for about a year now. I mostly use the US 20 bag to carry a laptop and other items to work. When I use both bags together, it can be a stretch to get my leg over the bike. But this is a minor issue, and I prefer this option to having a tank bag or side bags. Apr 23, 2014
Chiung-I H: Capacity, functionality and user reviews. Apr 2, 2014
Edwin L: For daily use, easy clip on/off, waterproof. Add on 30l to my pannier. Mar 24, 2014
arnold p: the quality and features that others dont have and versatility. tank bag or tail bag. Feb 23, 2014
Peter D K: Birthday present for my son. Feb 17, 2014
Hien T: Needed waterproof luggage that's versatile. I can use this luggage off the bike, either to go camping or just road trips not involving a motorcycle. Feb 14, 2014
Andrew P: Options! You never know what size you need. Dec 25, 2013
John D: Great quality and design. Simple and it serves its purpose. Nov 18, 2013
Kyle C: Waterproof design for overnight trips- like how the system is secured to the motorcycle better than previous bags I have used Sep 24, 2013
Paul O: I have a 2013 Multistrada Pikes Peak and didn't want to put a trunk case on it. This offers in my opinion a nicer look and ample storage space for long rides. Most of the time I just use the 20liter bag and it works great. Aug 27, 2013
Chris D: All indications are that this is large enough to store all the daily commuting items including 15" laptop - and with additional tank adapter, i can switch between comfort positioning - and 2up riding Aug 19, 2013
Joseph R asked: Do these bags come with the tank mount option as well? Jan 21, 2014
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DIANA L: No they are not a tank mount set up. You may be able to get it to work on your tank if you can somehow securely fix the straps, but I know I would not on my bike. I do love these bags, they fit great, we have a ktm super duke and a Triumph street triple we use them on. Jan 22, 2014
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Mike W: They don't come with a tank mount option as standard, but I believe Kriega sells an adapter that is made for exactly this purpose. It should be easy to find on revzilla. The bags are great, btw. Jan 22, 2014
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Amadeo B: You have to purchase the tank mount separately. It works like a charm, but it is an add on. Best bags I've ever had, great an easy to use. Jan 21, 2014
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Brian G: Hey Joseph,

You could probably rig something up but I don't think its a natural fit.
Best,

Brian
Jan 22, 2014
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Matthew H: No, they do not come with a tank mount option, only a rear seat mount. The tank mount is a separate item. Jan 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hey I do a lot of trips for weekends and weeks away around Australia and wondering if this is a good set up for longer trips with clothes, shoes, tools and first aid kit?
My other idea is the 30 litre and maybe a 20 to add to it but don't know how that will effect the performance of the bike throwing it into the twistys
May 13, 2014
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Matthew H: I own the 10,20 and 30. I felt the 10 and 20 together wasn't big enough for longer trips so I added the 30 too. With the 30 and 20 I've fit my compact tent, sleeping bag with small air pad, clothes and minimal food and other items and its been roomy enough to fit all I need for a week on the bike. Mostly I would pick up food and drinks and firewood daily after setting up camp. I never brought a tool kit or first aid kit, but feel you'd have the space for most that you need.

I have a ducati monster 750 and it doesn't affect the balance at all. As Aaron B mentioned it does provide a little back rest at times when stopped at lights. I feel like I could have carried more weight. Highly recommended!!!
May 16, 2014
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Stephen B: It depends on how lightly you travel of course, but I have used my US30 Combo pack on 3-4 day trips and had plenty of room for everything I wanted to take. If you use compression bags inside you can carry quite a lot in these bags. I'm using it on a sportbike, so I really wouldn't want to load the bike up too much as you do notice the weight up high on the tail. The bags don't move though; the straps hold everything very securely. For overnighters where I want one change of street clothes, I usually just take the 20 liter bag and leave the 10 at home. Great bags; very pleased with mine. May 14, 2014
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Aaron B: Yes, this is definitely doable. I use my US-10 to store my raingear, small first aid kit and anything else small. I use the US-20 for all my clothes, toiletries, other gear, etc. I drive a Honda Shadow 1100 cruiser so I am not doing any near technical on my rides that you might on a sport bike. It makes a great back rest and my body completly blocks it from the windstream so I literally do not notice it. I actually notice it when it is off as there is nothing to lean back against. May 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: I ride an '05' DL650, and have in the past used Mag mounted bags. Need to replace my current one.
I don't need the rain protection as much as my riding is mostly in AZ.
Sep 18, 2012
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RevZilla: To mount the Kriega US Combo 30 on to your DL650 you would need the Kriega US Tank Adapter which uses strap mounts to attach to your tank. The bag then attached to the adapter. Sep 19, 2012
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