Bike Bags » Jandd Frame Bag

Description: The Frame Pac is ingeniously designed to make use of the generally under-utilized space on your bikes frame (below the top tube and behind the head tube). The Frame Pac boasts an extremely steady four-point attachment system: a triple-stitched hook and loop sleeve running the length of the Pac wraps around the top tube, a 1″ loop provides additional security, and two 3/4″ webbing and cam buckle systems lock down around the tube to provide a positive tensioning system you can count on.
The Frame Pac features a full-length, zippered pocket that allows easy access to gear on the fly; the new and improved model also provides a second full-length, flat, zippered pocket to keep your stuff organized and accessible. Storm flaps protect both pockets.

Volume: 188 ci/ 3 ltr
Dimensions: 6.75 x 16 x 2 (in) 17 x 41 x 5 (cm)
Weight: 6.1 oz/ 180 g
Material: Dupont Cordura®

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Comments (12)

jimboNovember 15th, 2009 at 5:31 pm

I have been using this bag for almost a year now and it works great. It is a small bag but, is the biggest bag I can fit in my frame with one waterbottle. The bike is a 17″ Specialized 29er Stumpy, the seat tube is about 14″. I can fit my tool kit in one side and snacks and a camera in the other. I have their big ass seat bag for clothes and water filter. Have had many jandd products with no problems and order direct from their web site.

mattApril 26th, 2010 at 8:30 pm

I’ve had this pack for a couple of years. I like it fine, but do wish Jandd offered an XL version of it. It usually is on my 62cm touring bike, so I have lots of room for a bigger one. I keep the right side of the pocket divide for food — I’m right handed so it is easier to access when riding — and the left side for tools and my keys.

The only advice I can offer is to zipper towards the front wheel rather than the rear. That way the zipper parts don’t pointy-brush your knees and it is easier to unzip when riding.

mgindleApril 30th, 2010 at 2:06 pm

I used this bag in my AZT300 setup. I did some modifications to it, namely flip it around so the small end is towards the front of the triangle. It required modifying some of the straps, but it worked great. Ultimately I want to build something that fits more specifically to my frame

tonymasonNovember 3rd, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Well built bag put but a little on the small side. I also reverse the direction so I can still use my 2 water bottle cages. Can’t beat the price. Jannd usually has cosmetic seconds marked down.

ChuntNovember 4th, 2011 at 10:10 am

Nice bag, affordable and well made. I used this bag on a recent 50 mile mountain bike race for my ‘feed’ bag and relegated my hydration pack to water only. It worked out really well. I use this bag a lot more than I expected, as it fits a niche where you need a frame bag because your needs have overwhelmed the capacity of a gas tank style bag. It also works on my 58cm road frame really well for longer rides.

matt bergenDecember 26th, 2011 at 8:56 pm

I’ve been using one of these bags now steadily for 3 years & it’s bombproof! Carries just the right amount of stuff for a 50-100 mile gravel ride & I’ve even put a 50 0z. water bladder in it for extra water carrying capacity. i’ve had it over stuffed & the zippers have held up fine & for the money this bag is hard to beat.

Dan ForsythApril 29th, 2012 at 8:22 am

For anyone outside of the USA wanting one of these bags, buy it on Ebay from Bikewagon…the postage works out cheaper than buying direct from Jandd.

egearSeptember 9th, 2012 at 6:54 pm

A real useful bag. Picked mine up used for $15. A steal as far as I am concerned. I can get my entire camp kitchen in here. I did augment mine with an old REI strap from the front of the bag around the headtube. This allows me to snug the bag front and rear. Much more useful now as I can open and close the small pocket on the bag without the bag slipping around. Fits well on my Fargo frame.

RuSHSeptember 11th, 2012 at 6:12 am

I use mine for commuting to work

DaveNovember 19th, 2012 at 6:57 pm

Jandd now makes a larger model frame pack.

SamNovember 10th, 2013 at 8:58 pm

This is a great bag for an all day epic or hut trip since the storage is minimal. Since my main bike is a Salsa Mukluk it is easy to keep a fat bike tube in the right side plus extra food. The left side is great for my pump, tools, keys, and what other small items I may need to carry. This bag is a must if you want easy access to anything you would put into a small saddle bag or your back pockets.

VonOctober 3rd, 2016 at 7:54 am

Have had one for years. Its….Okay.

-I found the existing straps hard to utilize on two bikes (Trek PDX and Surly Karate Monkey)
-not a huge fan of the top strap encompassing your entire top tube. Can be troublesome for cables

-I am currently running it on my Felt DD30, mostly because it wasn’t getting used and that bike needed a bag. I find it a little small for much more than a day trip

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