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EvocMulti Frame Pack

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Item # EVCM00B

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Item # EVCM00B

Multi Frame Pack

Keep repair tools or extra snacks conveniently on your bike in Evoc's Multi Frame Pack. Available in two sizes, the Frame Pack fits snugly in your bike's frame to carry essentials out of the way but within reach for repairing those trail side flats. The exterior fabric's water-resistance makes sure that tools stay in fine form, while the hook-and-loop straps are simple and fast to secure around your frame's top tube or seat tube.
  • Versatile pack to add on-bike storage
  • Water-repellent outer protects contents
  • Hook-and-look straps dial in fit
  • Two sizes to best fit your bike

Tech Specs
Volume[small] 0.7L (42cu in), [medium] 1L (61cu in)
Mount4 hook-and-loop straps
Pockets[internal] 1 mesh
Dimensions[small] 16 x 5.5 x 8cm, [medium] 21 x 5.5 x 10cm
Recommended Usecross-country, gravel, road cycling, trail
Manufacturer Warrantylimited

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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[small] 3.1oz (89g), [medium] 4.3oz
89g), [medium] 4.3oz (123g

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Great little bag

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought

This bag is great quality and the perfect size for what I needed. Fits a cell phone, wallet, and a couple of tools nicely. The straps fit the bag securely to the frame. My only gripe is the frame protection tape that comes with it is trash. Basically amounts to scotch tape. Ditched that and went with some other frame tape I had laying around. Would highly recommend the bag though.


Does the small size fit a larger phone?

>Rating: 5

(Almost) Perfect for my needs

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought

My use case: Was looking for a frame bag for my road bike since I don't always wear a jersey when I ride, and even when I do, I don't like having stuff in my pockets. In a bag like this I usually store my phone (iphone 8+), wallet(Not super thin, but also not a thick ham sandwich size), garage door opener or car remote, and maybe a snack. I've tried top tube bags (Topeak fuel tank), which I like for the space, but more and more have come to dislike because they're distracting when I'm pedaling out of the saddle. Another frame bag that I used (some random bag I found on amazon, brand was Sahoo) was perfect, but wouldn't allow my water bottle to fit well. With the Evoc bag, with initial test fitting (placed towards the headtube with the triangle side facing front), I thought I would return it as the mouthpiece of a bottle could just contact the bottom of the bag, even with side loading cages. Still, it was a better fit than the other frame bag, so I decided to keep it. Things I like: + Fits everything I usually carry on a short ride (Phone, Wallet, Garage door opener/Car Remote) + I like the separate mesh pouch on the inside, I keep two Pedros tire levers in there, and still have room for all the other stuff + Fabric material feels really sturdy + Velcro loop placement is adjustable + Comes with frame protector tape so the straps don't wear out your nice finish. Things I feel neutral about/wish were improved: - Zipper is super stiff, which is not so great when I'm trying to access the bag while riding. - Wish there were zippers on both sides so the bag can be accessed from either side.

>Rating: 5

Measurements for the Small are Accurate

True to size
Size Bought

Just wanted to post a comparison for the Small size, since it sounds like our listed measurements for the Medium are a little bit off (as of 8/5/2020). I re-measured my size Small bag at home, and I believe the 6.3 x 3.1 x 2.2 measurement is pretty dang accurate. I ride an XS frame and it doesn't quite fit under the top tube with my water bottle, but I put it under the down tube & it's perfect there. It can fit a Lezyne 20 Multi-tool & an extra cartride, with a little room. I thiiink you could fit a really compact spare tube in there, but I got a chunky one and couldn't quite squeeze it in. Other than sizing, the fabric feels nice and durable. I also love that there's a bunch of options for the straps - there's actually another couple of slots on the front that you can't quite see in the photos.


Heck Ya Ana!

This kind of info is so useful. I’m trying to find a bag that will fit in the triangle of my SB130, and this looks like the ticket. Even though mine is a large frame, there isn’t a ton of room in front of the shock. You rock Ana!

>Rating: 3

Well made, but measurements are way off

I returned this product before using it
Runs large

This bad is well made, but Evoc's stated measurements for size medium are waaaay off. I ride an XL frame and this bag encroached into my uber-important bottle area. I can't imagine the medium working with any full suspension frame, though it would probably be the bee's knees for a hardtail bikepacking set-up. I've returned the medium and already replaced it with a size small. The small works perfectly in the front of my full suspension bike. I can fit a tube, lever, multi-tool, keys, and small emergency phone in the size small. This allows me to finally reach the dream of riding totally packless. Size medium measurements are: length across the top (top tube): 8 inches length angling down (down tube): 8.5 inches vertical length (seat tube): 4 inches


what are actual dimensions of the small?

what are actual dimensions of the small?

Hey Hunter, thanks for the info on this! I just submitted this to our product team to ask for a re-measurement on this medium size. If anyone's curious about the Small size, I measured mine at home & I'll post a diagram as well.

What XL frame did the small work on?