just to know... what makes Kriega the best?
I do not own any of them... so I cannot tell. But I was willing to buy the ones for Scrambler eventually. But if you say Kriega is better, Cool! just to clear my ignorance, what makes them better?
Good question. Let me begin by stating that I have no interest in the company nor do I work for Kriega.
For me, I really like the fact that the whole Kriega system is completely scalable. The bags all clip together and are rock solid when they are clipped together so with the stuff I have I can take anything from 3 litres to 38 litres of luggage easily on the Scrambler. I've had my US10 bag go down the road when I stupidly rode off without clipping it in place and it didn't put a mark on it, all Kriega stuff is really well put together and feels quality from the off. It is completely adaptable, I can use my bags as tank bags, tail packs or Kreiga also do a system that enables the bags to be used as panniers. On top of all that, all of the Kriega stuff I've used, (I used to have the R25 rucksack as well), has been completely and totally waterproof. To load up all my bags takes less than a couple of minutes too.
All Kriega stuff comes with a 10 year guaranty.
Year after year it consistently tops luggage tests done by Ride magazine here in the UK. In my opinion, after hard luggage, (and by hard luggage I mean big enough for two weeks away), it is quite simply the best that's available and believe me, I've tried loads!