Recommend me a Rucksack

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Recommend me a Rucksack

Post by sipping_diesel » Tue Apr 29, 2014 6:46 pm

Any recommendations for a smallish rucksack, just big enough to fit a change of clothes and some sarnies in that's comfy for doing some mileage.

There was a time when I could walk into a shop make a decision and walk out with what I had gone in for. but in this age of online shopping and everything being reviewed I feel kind of forced to buy positive rated best buy stuff that I spend longer researching than using!

So yeah, any rucksack recommendations, I know nowt about them!

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Re: Recommend me a Rucksack

Post by Philiptigerrice » Tue Apr 29, 2014 6:52 pm

I got one of these a few months back.

Its great on the bike, comes with a waterproof cover & has space for a hydration pack.

Fits in a change of kecks & some jam buttys too.

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Re: Recommend me a Rucksack

Post by ysbytymike » Tue Apr 29, 2014 7:11 pm

Tip for rucksacks. Pop into your local pet supplies and ask for an empty plastic bag the food arrives in. Its great as a liner, 100% waterproof and usually comes free. Been using them for years.
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Re: Recommend me a Rucksack

Post by Tramp » Tue Apr 29, 2014 7:12 pm

Kriega R25

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Re: Recommend me a Rucksack

Post by APD_660Ten » Tue Apr 29, 2014 7:16 pm

+1 for the kriega gear.

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Re: Recommend me a Rucksack

Post by Rederic » Tue Apr 29, 2014 7:40 pm

+1 for Kriega more than your average rucksack I still use my one from when they where called Krug top
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Re: Recommend me a Rucksack

Post by efayce191 » Tue Apr 29, 2014 7:45 pm

Kreiga R35, big but top drawer.

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Re: Recommend me a Rucksack

Post by f17th » Tue Apr 29, 2014 7:54 pm

Kreiga all the way!

I got the R15 as I just wanted a smallish backpack that I can use to carry some tools / clothes etc when trail riding.
Has room for a Bladder, adaptable by being able to attach a US5 or US10, It's waterproof with seam sealed zips.

The Quadlock system works really well and takes the weight off your shoulders and distributes it evenly.

Worth the money as you get 10 years warranty!

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Re: Recommend me a Rucksack

Post by FAT MATT » Tue Apr 29, 2014 7:59 pm

Kriega is good kit but you are very much paying for a name. There's so many good makes of small rucksacks now. I'd buy something like one of the camelback variety (I know, just as expensive) and use a waterproof liner as hinted earlier.

You can get some pretty good quality cheapie Karrimor versions from the likes of sports direct. Cheap and maybe not the most comfortable of shoulder/back straps but that's not really a concern if over bike kit.

The question I'd be asking is what do you NEED to carry in it and size it accordingly. Otherwise, you will end up filling it with kit you don't need.

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Re: Recommend me a Rucksack

Post by GB » Tue Apr 29, 2014 8:20 pm

R15
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