Today we are reviewing the Kriega R20 Back Pack . Hopefully you will find our reviews useful and they will save you time in getting the best product for your needs.
Can be accessed from the side, great for grabbing just what you need
Zips and water resistance in general is top notch
Interior compression straps prevent things moving around whilst riding
Straps and waistband spread the load efficiently
Kriega R20 Back Pack Review
The R20 is aerodynamically shaped for the motorcycle rider. Its curves and straps give a beautifully streamlined look to this 20 litre backpack.
The ‘webbing’ is unique – a Quadloc-lite harness system. The adjustable side straps can be joined across the chest by a clickable connecting clip which is also adjustable. The backpack can be lowered or raised and an optional waist strap further absorbs heavier loads. All in all, it won’t move around and once in place there’s little of the re-adjustment typical of regular backpacks.
A raised mesh-like exterior against your back helps prevent sweating on those long journeys. Extra capacity can be achieved by add-on 5 or 10 litre dry-packs. Further optional accessories include a harness pocket and a 3 litre hydration reservoir.
Side access pocket
YKK water-resistant zips and 3M Scotchlite reflective logo
Hypalon abrasion resistant re-enforcement
Lightweight and extremely strong with a 10 year guarantee
Quality comes at a price. The R20 isn’t cheap
The Kriega is built to last. Whilst small, I generally don’t carry much on my back anyway but it’ll hold a laptop and some personal accessories. The R20’s strapping harness is so comfortable you’ll forget you’re even wearing it.