Kreiga has released its new Trail 9 Adventure backpack which is priced from $269 and is available in three colours: black, lime and orange.
According to Kreiga, the Trail 9 Adventure backpack is a compact and convenient way to carry a nifty nine litres of gear via multiple compartments to store your stuff as you see fit.
The main storage compartment carries four litres and uses a robust roll-top design to keep your stuff clean and dry even in heavy downpours. A separate five-litre compartment can house a 2.0L, 3.0L or 3.75L hydration reservoir ($59, $75 and $85 respectively) or anything else that needs quick access via a YKK heavy-duty and water-resistant zipper.
The distinctive honeycomb net exterior is a Hypalon net that cleverly holds even more gear under tension via an elastic cord so you can dry wet clothing such as gloves or air out your stinky socks.
The Trail 9 features a light version of Kriega’s proprietary Quadloc harness system as found on all its backpacks, which means it takes the weight off your back and shoulders and redistributes it to your chest and torso for all-day riding comfort, even with heavy loads. There’s also a removable waist strap for added stability.
If you need more space, then check out the Trail 9’s identical-looking bigger brother, the Trail 18 ($349) which, at 18 litres, is twice the size.
As with all Kriega products, the Trail 9 Adventure backpack comes with a 10-year warranty.