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post #21 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-23-2017, 01:47 PM
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Have been using the my Kriega R15 for a few years now, for mostly light duty work... groceries, breads from coffee shop bakery, documents, and a couple of motorcycle trips (usually I use panniers on trips instead of back packs)...

Although the pack hasnt been through a lot of abuse, I gotta say, it is an outstanding pack. Beautifully made, excellent engineering, very comfortable.
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I've had the same Ogio since 2003 it's just now falling appart. It's been through 1 crash where I slid on it for a bit. I bet they don't make them like that anymore lol.
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Kriega for the win.

Picked up four bottles of San Giovese wine, two sopressatta, a pound of San Luigi espresso and a tiramisu yesterday.

Grocery shopping in a fine moto style.
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So, lemme get this straight.

I twist this little tube, it gets loud, I go forward really fast and it makes me smile...is that how it all works?
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I have R20. It only doesn't work when you have a meeting with friends and you buy beer before evening fire place discussions. Then it's too narrow and small for bottles.
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Love my Kriega US30. Not sure what size pack to buy. 30 is water proof, but heavier and larger than needed most days.
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I use an Ogio Mach 5 on a regular basis, but also have a Kriega R30 for longer tours.
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I've had a heap of backpacks from decades ago, even one of the first camelbaks. I've now gone a bit dearer than the camping ones in past few years and got the Kriega 15 about 2 years ago. It was just for the road bike, but it is so good that I'm using it for all the offroad (enduro/adv) as well now. The cheap ones didn't tear much, this Kriega is extremely unlikely to as well. Very good quality, excellent water bag and tube. You don't know it is on your back. If I wreck it I'll get another the same.
I've had countless big stacks over the years, and usually do the 'commando roll' onto a shoulder and end up on my back. I've never had any problem with a 'broken back' as above threatened. In fact on the balance of things, I reckon a backpack helps protect your back and also helps you roll. Unless you're carrying a metal anvil in there.
Remember if you melt or tear them, a sewing lady at a local saddlery usually fixes things up nicely for only a few $$. This goes for all your gear!! A leather patch on your synth pants looks cool and vice versa.
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Bought Kriega R20 today. Well see how it goes.
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