Expedition Tool Pack (0.5L)
Materials & care
Designed to store the essentials to repair a mid-ride mechanical, our Expedition Tool Pack is a sleek, ultra-compact Pack that’s excellent for short rides and bikepacking adventures.
Fitting neatly under the saddle, the Pack attaches securely with a velcro-backed Hypalon strap that’s effective even when exposed to road spray and grit – a weakness of traditional zippers and buckles. Inside, there’s enough capacity for two spare road tubes, tire levers, a small multi-tool, and a CO2 canister.
The exterior is protected by a tough, lightweight fabric that’s completely waterproof. Reflective graphics and a light attachment point add visibility in low light.
The Expedition Tool 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 Tool Pack’s strap is reinforced with Hypalon, a rubberised nylon used to provide extra protection against friction and abrasion.
Wash by hand, using a mild diluted soap if necessary. Afterwards, let it air dry.
Do not machine wash, machine dry, or iron.
Ultralight construction, weighing only 40g
Hypalon-reinforced velcro strap gives a secure hold in all conditions
Wide opening, allowing easy access to contents when detached
Light attachment point and reflective graphics for increased visibility
Lightweight waterproof laminate, developed specifically for Apidura
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