Expedition Compact Frame Pack
£88.00 – £92.00
Materials & care
The Expedition Compact Frame Pack is designed for storing items within the main triangle, creating a lower centre of gravity and enabling more natural bike handling.
The Pack securely fastens to the top tube with Hypalon-reinforced velcro straps, and is useful for storing heavier items as part of a larger Bikepacking setup. The result is an even, balanced load, making longer tours and multi-day trips more comfortable. The Pack is equally handy when used on its own for storing essentials on a daily commute.
It’s constructed from a lightweight fabric, custom milled to Apidura’s specifications and able to be welded together at the seams to create a watertight seal. Zippers with protected closures ensure that kit stays dry, even in a sustained downpour. A battery lead/hydration hose port is handy for charging devices or staying hydrated on the road.
The Expedition Compact Frame Pack is cut from a three-layer laminate fabric that was developed specifically for Apidura. The material is lightweight, and is highly resistant to tears and abrasion. Notably, it’s welded together at the seams, creating a watertight seal that ensures complete waterproofing.
The Frame Pack’s velcro straps and base are reinforced with Hypalon, a rubberised nylon used to provide extra protection against friction and abrasion. For the straps, we’ve chosen Woojin buckles for their strength and reliability.
Hand wash, using a mild diluted soap if necessary. Afterwards, let it air dry.
Do not machine wash, machine dry, or iron.
Lightweight waterproof laminate, developed specifically for Apidura
Carbon-friendly attachment straps for a strong hold
Interior storage pocket for organisation
Protected battery/hydration hose port
Reflective graphics for increased visibility
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