Kriega R8 Waistpack
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Kriega R8 Waistpack
Enduro spec. waistpack with removable tool-roll and 100% waterproof side pod. An 8 litre total capacity split into a 6 litre main pouch and a smaller 2 litre side pouch which is removable.
- 8 Litre total capacity.
- 6 Litre main pocket with YKK water resistant zip.
- 2 litre Drypack 100% waterproof (removable).
- Coated mesh internal zip pocket with internal key clip.
- A single buckle version of Kriega's unique fit system allows quick adjustment without any loose ends.
- Fixed loop adjustment - No loose harness straps.
- Ultra tough construction.
- 1000D Cordura Tool Roll included
- 10 year guarantee.
- Accepts optional Kriega Kube Pocket.
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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."
This is a tough old bag
Had this for about eight years now and can't believe it's still working so well. I've used it off-road a lot, so it's been drowned in mud, pelted with rocks, and had all sorts of abuse thrown at it but it still clips ups and does what it should just fine. I've used it on flights as my carry on bag as it will hold all the little bits I need for a long flight. And it's waterproof too. Great bag!
Brilliant piece of kit
Typical Kriega build quality, nicely padded and sturdy zip, it's the perfect mobile office for me as alway on the road and in different office locations. It fits laptop, note book pens keys and bit n pieces. And It slides perfectly in to my Kriega 25 back pack for the ride home. It also looks great and not out of place with a suit on strutting rough the west end or city. Only us bikers know what the Kriega icon is all about. Can't believe it's only £20 quid I would have paid double
Excellent bit of kit
For those times you don't want to take a ruck sack. There is enough space to fit a pair of lightweight waterproof trousers in the main section, and enough space for, wallet, pocket camera, phone, spare ear plugs and other items that you want to keep dry. A couple of improvements I could suggest are to make both compartments dry bags, this would increase the versatility and maybe add some webbing on one side to allow for a small bottle of water to be carried. If I am going out for a joy ride, this is the pack I take, I use it all the time.
Kreiga R8 very good product
bought for a trip from Edinburgh to Brugge great for papers, wallet, phone keys etc. Recommended I owe a few Kriega products and they are all expensive, but very good quality.