Expedition Frame Pack
Materials & care
The Expedition 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 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 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.
Our. will help you work out what size Frame Pack fits your frame and whether you have a Tall or Compact head tube.
The Expedition 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.
Hand wash, using a mild diluted soap if necessary. Afterwards, let it air dry.
Do not machine wash, machine dry, or iron.
Two versions to suit both tall and compact head tubes
Interior storage pocket for organisation
Lightweight waterproof laminate, developed specifically for Apidura
Carbon-friendly adjustable strap positioning
Protected battery/hydration hose port
Reflective graphics for increased visibility
The Apidura Frame Pack Sizing Guide has been produced to help you find the pack that fits best with your bike. Select your frame below to see which Apidura packs are compatible.
|Expedition Frame Pack|
|Backcountry Compact Frame Pack|
|Expedition Full Frame Pack|
|Racing Frame Pack|
|Apidura + Bombtrack Frame Pack|
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