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My Kriega US-10 Drypack arrived today  8-)
 
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/33459059/kriega1.jpg
 
Excellent quality and easy to install. It comes with instructions but I did not need them.
 
I took off the passenger seat and flipped out the luggage straps. 
 
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/33459059/luggage%20straps.jpg
 
The bag comes with all you need to fasten it on the bike. I filled it up wit some rags so it can set.
I like it
 
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/33459059/kriega2.jpg
 
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/33459059/kriega3.jpg
 
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/33459059/kriega4.jpg
 
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/33459059/kriega5.jpg
 
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/33459059/kriega6.jpg
 
 

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TwistedTorque
I own a US30. By far worth the investment. Those bags just keep filling up and up and up.

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Guru
I guess it depends on how far you go, but what do you take with you when going out for a little tour?

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TwistedTorque
I guess it depends on how far you go, but what do you take with you when going out for a little tour?
I still take the 30 :-D. 
 
The plan is to eventually get a 10. I needed the 30 for a 300 mile trip so it made sense then. I used to take a bookbag but after getting the kriega, wearing a bag feels like a crime.

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Guru
lol, I meant, what do you put in your bag and take with you when you g on a little trip?

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TwistedTorque
lol, I meant, what do you put in your bag and take with you when you g on a little trip?
Ahh. Unless its like a 10 min trip, I usually like to always have:
 
A small toolkit with the essentials - allen wrench (with all sizes), screw driver, zip ties, and a couple of wrenches that match my bikes tire sizes.
Microfiber cloth.
Always have a water bottle.
Always have a sandwich of some kind. I like to eat.
Extra shirt or my undershirt goes in the bag if it is too hot.
And I sometimes Ill carry a pair of sneakers depending on the trip.
 
Those are usually my essentials  8-)  That takes up about ~1/3-1/4 of the US-30  :D

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Guest montana07
Nice, I was just looking at this on revzilla last night. It's helpful to see it on the bike, looks like a perfect commuter bag.3

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reaper308
I'm looking at the kriega 20 since my ride home in the rain the other night getting all my gear wet do to me not having enuff room in my backpack for my rain gear
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Kipawa
Rode 45 minutes home in the rain one time on old bike and everything including laptop in my Kreiga was perfectly dry!
 
 
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Guru
Rode 45 minutes home in the rain one time on old bike and everything including laptop in my Kreiga was perfectly dry!  
 
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Cool, I haven't tried it in the rain yet but it's nice to know that it keeps everything dry. Pretty daring to use a laptop to test the bag lol

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Guest montana07
Tired of wearing a backpack while commuting to work and on my day trips, ordered a kriega 10 last night. Sort of wanted a tank bag, but not much info out there on fit for our bikes with the plastic tank panels.

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Guru
You are going to like it. I know I do. It fits perfectly on the back seat, you don't even notice it. And you can pack a lot in it if you want.

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missourifz07
I ordered one last night too. They look like the best option all around from what I could see. Thanks guru for posting this thread. 

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Guest montana07
Yep, and I still might take it to a tank bag at some point, $35 to adapt this bag into a tank bag.
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Guru
I ordered one last night too. They look like the best option all around from what I could see. Thanks guru for posting this thread. 
Credit goes to Kipawa.  He showed me the way.

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reaper308
Yea I'm look at the 20 to be able to fit my edc bag that holds all my stuff including my pistol to keep it all dry aand also carry my rain gear So if I get stuck in the rain again all my stuff will stay dry and safe After the other night when all my stuff got soaked

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Kipawa
 

I ordered one last night too. They look like the best option all around from what I could see. Thanks guru for posting this thread. 
Credit goes to Kipawa.  He showed me the way.
 
Forum all about sharing the good and bad we have all found over the years and with our new bikes, but thank you!
 
 
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Forum all about sharing the good and bad we have all found over the years and with our new bikes, but thank you!
 
As the old saying goes "credit goes where credit goes" ;)
 
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So I received my Kriega US-10 today! Great little bag, perfect for commuting, and should be enough for day trips as well.  Really pleased.
 
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missourifz07
I got my us-10 in the other day and was pleased with the quality and design. Can't wait to get my bike back from the shop tomorrow and test her out!!

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hobbs
Do you guys think in order to fit an EDC bag inside of the kriega, one would need to size up to the 20 or 30? Even after I park I've got a bit of a walk to get to my building for work. So I want to be able to fit my bag, plus rain gear and essential roadside tools, maybe a fresh shirt.
 
(btw my carry bag is a jan sport with lunch, snacks, water, plus assorted stuff like mp3, charger, keys and some days a schoolbook or two etc..so it's generally full.)
 
Also, anyone that has one notice any way to make it lockable? Like 2 zippers you could run a lock through. I realize anyone with a pocket knife can get in but I want at least a little deterrence as my camera phone is prohibited at my job, so it'll be in there.
 
Thanks for your input guys.

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