This hi-tech backpack has an ingenious harness system that’s quick and easy via one push-button buckle with no need to re-adjust the harness straps every time you put it on or take it off. Once it’s set, just click. It’s also angled out from the underarm area for total freedom of movement. Combined with a removable waist strap, what you’ve got is an unequaled level of high speed stability. 3M reflective areas along front and back. Main compartment with YKK water-resistant zipper has 1220 cubic inches of space. Side access pocket also has a YKK water-resistant zip and there’s an internal zippered mesh pocket, too. An internal reservoir pocket with compression straps fits a 3 liter hydration insert (not included). Add over 300 cubic inches of space by attaching a US-5, or over 600 cubic inches with a US-10. The overall length of the pack has a shorter back to allow it to be worn above waistpacks. 18"×11"×6".
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Customer Reviews (2)
- Kreiga R20Review by Bonneville
- It's great so far. I can't even feel it when riding and very stable even when riding in crosswinds. Glad I bought it and use it daily. (Posted on 3/19/12)
- A little on the small sid...Review by Mitch Finnegan
- A little on the small side, but I think it fits wimpy people like me a lot better than the R-25. It rides a bit higher than the R25 and won't rub on the seat cowl if you ride a sport(y) bike. The only complaint I have is that it has only one zipper pull for the main compartment (for waterproofness I assume) so you have to pull the zipper all the way around to get something small out instead of just pulling two zipper pulls at the top apart just a little. (Posted on 3/26/09)