The Kriega R25 motorcycle backpack has a quick release QUADLOC harness, which is our own tried, tested and highly recommended system, unique to the rucksack industry. An innovative & extremely efficient load-carrying system designed for motorcycle riders. Unlike conventional harness systems the load is carried on the hips & chest, transferring the majority of the load away from the shoulders and thereby preventing the neck strain experienced with regular rucksacks.Unique 4-point harness: transfering the load away from the shoulders and onto the chest & hips. Ergonomically designed with no arm restriction for long distance comfort.
Upgraded for 2013 with additional adjustment at upper harness, full hydration kit compatibility, and improved US pack attachment points. Main compartment - YKK oversize zip. Side access pocket with 4-point load compression. Internal magazine sleeve, which can accommodate a 14" laptop. Internal key-clip.
-520(H) x 300(W) x 160(D) mm
-CNC 6061-T6 alloy buckles
-Expanding outer pocket
-Optional 3-litre hydration reservoir
-Optional add-on 5 or 10 litre drypacks
-Optional harness pocket
-SUPERSPACE: 5mm airspace fabric
-Oversize YKK coil zips
-Schoeller DYNATECH with intergrated 3M Scotchlite reflectivity
-1000D Dupont Cordura base & harness
-420D nylon ripstop - lightweight yet extremely strong
-10 year guarantee
The Kriega R25 motorcycle backpack is supplied pre-adjusted to level-2 on the harness straps. This harness position will fit the majority of riders. Adjust to level 1 for XS and level 3 for XL fit.
Step 1: Firstly push the uppermost harness strap back into the pack, or pull the loose end out, to release the harness-web tension.
Step 2: Shorten or lengthen harness by moving slider on web - equal both sides.
Step 3: Pull harness strap back out of pack, or slide it back in, to tension harness-web.
Step 4: Put on pack and fasten front 2 x harness buckles. Adjust alloy buckles on hip wings by lifting and pulling the nylon cord. Tighten alloy buckles so the wings grip the sides of your torso. The top harness straps should not be a close fit, but not too tight.
Kriega R25 Backpack
Produced by Kriega of UK