Complete Waterproof For All Your Adventuring Needs
A useful standalone bag for daily riding or as part of a larger bikepacking setup, the Apidura Expedition Top Tube Pack is a lightweight, secure storage space that's ideal for stashing frequently used items on the road. The top tube bag is waterproof with welded seams and a pioneering waterproof zipper.
Available in 0.5L and 1L volumes, the smaller top tube bag is suited for storing bars and snacks, while the larger version can also accommodate smartphones and battery packs. It fastens securely to the top tube, opening and closing via an easy access one-finger zipper puller. Adjustable attachment points ensure that the bag is versatile enough for a range of different frames.
The Apidura Expedition Top Tube 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 the top tube bag remains completely waterproof.
- Available with 0.5L or 1.0L bag capacity
- Waterproof closure and welded seams ensure contents stay dry
- One-finger zipper ensures convenient and easy access on the go
- Protected battery cable port
- Lightweight waterproof laminate keeps the pack durable
- Reflective exterior graphics for increased visibility
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1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.
Big enough for a charging brick and some Clif bars
The 1L version is comfortably large enough for food and a charger. The charging cable can be routed through a small gap in the front of the bag, or directly through the zipper (there's a small gap near the front for a cable to fit through). I found the bag sits too close to the stem of the bike to use the gap and routed my cable through the zipper instead.
The bag was waterproof enough to survive some pouring rain and the contents inside were only damp, but definitely more wet than they would be in a dry bag. The zipper is not sealed by any means so I wouldn't rely on it keeping rain out.
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