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Product Details

A lightweight frame bag for everyday riding and full suspension mountain bikes.

The Backcountry Frame Pack is a versatile, waterproof and reversible bag for carrying tools, spares and supplies on mountain bikes with limited internal frame space.

The compact frame bag is designed for compact frame geometries, with a reversible fit to suit both steep and slack angles. It’s particularly suitable as a full suspension frame pack, creating usable storage space that doesn’t interfere with shocks. With an optional cable port at either end, it’s a convenient way to store light battery packs for Enduro races, creating easy access to tools for daily rides or snacks for longer sessions.

Inside, the mountain bike frame bag features an internal lash tab for securing contents and reducing rattle alongside an interior pocket for valuables. A reinforced structure ensures a stable fit, no matter what shape your mountain bike frame is.

Use our Interactive Sizing Tool to find the perfect size pack for your bike.



The Backcountry Frame Pack is made from our proprietary 420D nylon; a rugged fabric made to our own exacting specifications for durability and waterproofing.

Designed for the demands of off-road riding, these materials offer full waterproofing, light weight, low stretch, and high abrasion and tear resistance. Notably, it’s welded together at the seams, creating a watertight seal that ensures the bag remains completely waterproof.

The velcro straps are reinforced with Hypalon, a durable rubberised nylon that provides extra protection against friction and puncture in areas of high stress. The fastening system uses Woojin buckles for their reliability.


Hand wash, using a mild diluted soap if necessary. Afterwards, let it air dry.

Do not machine wash, machine dry, or iron


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