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Kriega Overlander-S OS32 Drypack
The Overlander-S series of roll-top, 100% waterproof bags feature semi-rigid walls for easy loading and shape retention. The OS-32 bags are intended as foundation saddlebags that readily accept the smaller bags within the series as modular tethers of supplemental storage. All OS-PACKS are 100% waterproof and constructed from ultra-abrasion resistant Hypalon and 1000D Cordura nylon that is ready to deal with the toughest of adventures.
- 100% waterproof construction
- Semi-rigid wall panels retain shape when empty
- Ultra-abrasion resistant Hypalon strapping
- 1000D Cordura nylon body construction
- 32 liter capacity
- Sold each
Note: Additional bags, Kriega OS-Platform and OS-Straps sold separately.
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|Product Style Black / Sold Each||RevZilla Item #1174630||MFR. Product #KOS32||AvailabilityIn Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
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Reviews & Questions
Big 2 x 38L capacity on the sides was good for low, centralised weight and meant I didn't need a bulky tail back on the back with basic camping gear.
Good point our man made about the optional seat-over straps as a back-up if the rack fails. And IMO for a proper travel bike (as opposed to a BDR weekender) a rack is needed to support a full but usefully accessible load, despite added weight (I used chunky Tusk rack on a WR250).
Only gripe might be price, but you do get what you pay for here and, on a travel bike the luggage set up is the most important and frequently-used accessory - it's got to be practical and durable. OS-32s tick those boxes so plan on keeping these for my next adv project bike.