“The Kriega US-30 tail bag is extremely durable, 100% waterproof, easy to use, can be fixed to any bike, is versatile, tough and hard-wearing. It’s perfect for touring or long-distance round-the-world adventures and it won’t let you down.”
The Kriega US-30 is a motorcycle tail bag used for strapping down to a pillion seat, rear luggage rack or used as part of a Kriega set with smaller US bags attached either side.
It’s a 100% waterproof bag and the largest in Kriega’s US lineup. It uses a roll-top closure system with two clips either side of the bag and one over-the-top clip. The main compartment is waterproof with a removable and replaceable inner bag. The outer material is made of Cordura. And there are also two outside pockets (one on either side) – one is a mesh pocket and the other side has a zipped pocket for quick access.
The 30 has a universal fit system. You get four loop straps with the bag which you can tie to the rear subframe or other metal parts underneath the pillion seat. There’s a way round it whatever type of frame your bike has (check the Kriega website for fitting instructions). Once you’ve fastened those loops down, then it’s just an easy case of hooking the bag on with the four hook straps also provided. It’s an easy system to use.
The US-30 also comes with a shoulder strap so it can be carried when off the bike.
It’s very hard to pick fault with Krieg’s US range. The 30 is their largest tail pack and the most expensive at £145. There are loads of cheaper alternatives on the market. But this is a high-quality, premium product that will last you forever and works.
Kriega US-30 Drybag Review: 20/20
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