Motorcycle backpacks are becoming more technical, lightweight and packed with features, but they are also becoming expensive such as this KriegaMax 28 expandable backpack.
Before we get into all the features, here’s the thing — it costs $385!
I reckon you could go to an outdoor, camping, hiking, fishing shop and buy a decent, lightweight backpack with many of the same features for a lot less.
Motorcycle-specific backpacks usually cost more, but this costs a lot more than sopme other hi-tech bags such as the Ashvault at $165, Ogio Dakar ($189.95), Kriega R15 ($199), Dainese D-Exchange ($169.95) and Dainese D-Dakar ($199).
So this “ultimate” Kriega backpack better be good.
Kriega Max 28
They say it is “bombproof and waterproof” with enough storage space to carry a laptop or full-face helmet.
The Max 28 has three sections and an expansion zipper that allows it to grow from 22 litre to 28 litres.
The waterproof section features a roll-top closure where you can secure a 14-inch laptop.
A third section up front folds down to expose an organiser pocket for quick access to small, everyday essentials.