Half Framebag

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Half Framebag

from 80.00

These Half Framebags actually leave room for both your water bottles. Sizing is based on your top tube length. If you want some extra room for carrying your bike, size down. The small version tapers down on one end, making it perfect for large bottles.

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Standard Features

  • Double-sided velcro set (short, long, narrow and wide straps)

  • Foam padded perimeter to prevent rattling

  • Full zip main comparment (drive side)

  • Internal pocket(s) inside main compartment (drive side)

  • Full zip external pocket (non-drive side)

  • PU coated Cordura main fabric (water resistant)

  • HANDMADE IN CALIFORNIA

Extra Features

  • X-Pac Main Fabric +$10 (weather proof)

 

 

Sizing and Dimensions

You can figure out what size is best by measuring your frame from inside the triangle. Here's how sizing works: match up your head tube measurement to the H2 dimensions below. Compare these to find out how far forward the bag will sit. From that point, measure your top tube length and match that up with the L1 dimensions below. If you want extra space for carrying your bike, size down.

 

Small

Medium

Large

H1

4.25 in

5.25 in

5.75 in

H2 (head tube)

1.5 in

2 in

2 in

L1 (top tube)

17 in

18.5 in 

20 in

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Instructions

  1. Attach velcro straps tightly to frame. The longer straps can be unrolled on one end to get the right length.

  2. To remove a velcro strap, unstick the velcro by inserting a flat object under the daisy chain webbing

  3. To insert a velcro strap, slide it in with a flat object so you can pull it through without it sticking to the webbing