Kriega Haul Loop
Kriega Haul Loop
Kriega Haul Loop Front
An essential piece of kit for every enduro event. Unique design that is easy to find and use, self supporting, semi rigid design, constructed from ultra tough Hypalon, stainless steel buckles with no slip Toughtek-grips in wet and dry.
- Universal fit, front only.
- Rear haul loop also available.
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Free delivery over £25. Next day delivery if ordered before 3pm.
Orders to UK Mainland addresses over £25 (i.e. excluding Highlands and Islands) will be sent with free carriage.
Free Shippping to other destinations
- Orders will be shipped free of charge to areas other than the UK when the order total is over:
- UK Highlands and Islands: £100
- Europe Zone 1 - e.g. Eire, France, Germany £250
- Europe Zone 2 - e.g. Greece, Poland £400
- USA, Canada, Australia - £800
- Items Shipped outwith the EU will include a form which can be used to claim back approx 10% V.A.T. Unfortunately this excludes BFPO addresses. Please note, V.A.T. is not applied to crash helmets.
Kriega Motorcycle Luggage
Kriega is a British company from Chester. Kriega was founded in 1999 when Dom Longman and Michael Cottam, who had a background in outdoor kit, drew on their love of motorcycling to build a company that would design and make tough, well-made motorcycle luggage of the highest quality. All Kriega products are designed in-house, with an emphasis on hard-wearing quality and ease of use.
How Kriega See Themselves
Kriega received a Ride kit award in 2011 as recognition for their long-standing commitments to quality luggage and accessories. After receiving the award, design director Dom Longman said, "We invest a lot of time in design and testing because we're not a fashion brand. We build things to last and don't release anything until its right." Some other manufacturers think of luggage as a simple accessory, buy their range from China, rebrand the cheaply-made luggage as their own brand, and sell the end product as though it were designed and made entirely within the company.
Talking about the Kriega backpack range, Dom attributes its popularity to the way in which the weight seems to disappear when wearing it. "We worked hard to design a strap system that took all the strain out of the shoulders and neck so that it was comfortable to wear over long distances."
Excellent as usual
Its Kriega quality, looks the business, easy to install and most importantly, does the job. Has some sort of stickiness to it, giving great grip when wet and muddy.
Bought this for a crf250x, well the strap is strong and good quality, however it does not fit as well as it could, this is due to the buckle fitting and the way it should attach to the subframe, which on a CRF is very difficult to get the straps around. A better design would be to have two eyelets on the straps to allow the strap to be fixed to the seat bolts. So in summary, yes its on the bike, and yes it works, but kriega really need to revisit the design and make a CRF bike specific strap.