Kriega Rollpack 40L | Lightweight waterproof luggage

4 out of 5

Kriega Rollpack 40L

from Sportsbike Shop
£159.00 View offer
Published: 12 June 2024 Updated: 12 June 2024

Made from Cordura, this fully waterproof roll bag has a 40-litre capacity, and is ample in size for a week’s tour to Germany. A good option for luggage that should fit most motorcycles.

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Tried and tested by Alison Silcox for one months and 1,600 miles

Pros

  • It's waterproof
  • Fulfils it's function well

Cons

  • Lacks a carry handle
  • Practiality
    4.0
  • Looks
    4.0
  • Quality
    4.0
  • Value
    4.0
  • Verdict
    4.0
Construction Cordura outer, fully waterproof roll bag
Type Roll bag
Capacity 40L
  • Waterproof
  • Double entry
  • Mounts to rack or rearsets
  • 10 year guarantee

How practical is the Kriega Rollpack 40?

As with other Kriega that I’ve used it’s top spec and been well thought out. Rather than have one opening, it’s opens from both ends, which, provided you remember which end you’ve packed your kit, it works well. One area it does fall down is the lack of carry handle. When you’re off the bike it’s hard to man-handle the bag, particularly if it’s fully loaded, it can be cumbersome.

Does the Kriega Rollpack look good?

I opted for the bright orange version, so it stands out on the back of the bike, but it comes in more conservative colours should that be more your bag.

Kriega Rollbag with straps

What’s the quality like of the Kriega Rollpack?

Fitting to the bike is easy, with a series of straps, that if needed, can be attached to the subframe. Seams appear to be strong and the bag is 100% waterproof, I got caught in various downpours on a recent trip and everything stayed perfectly dry. If there are any issues, there’s a 10-year guarantee, should the need arise.

How good value is it?

It’s not the cheapest bag on the market but you do get what you pay for and with experience of other Kreiga kit, I’m happy with the investment.

Kriega rollbag 40 strap hook

So what’s the verdict?

A great piece of kit and perfect for all those essentials when touring. There’s a smaller version, which holds 20-litres and costs £129, personally I’d opt for the 40-litre pack, as it’s better value for money and with it being a roll bag, the size is adjustable.