Frequently Asked Questions
The Framepack is designed so that it expands and contracts based on whatever you put inside of it. As long as everything you load can fit between your legs then won’t have any rubbing at all. If you do load the Framepack with something very bulky, then there is a chance your legs might touch the pack as you pedal. In our normal use, we haven’t had any problems.
Our Framepacks are built from coated rip-stop Nylon that is water resistant. Splashing through the occasional puddle, or riding on wet roads shouldn’t be a problem. However, the Framepack has an open top, so it is definitely not waterproof and we wouldn’t suggest riding in the rain with anything that needs to stay totally dry.
After being stored in the stuff sack for a while, Framepacks may become wrinkled. This is normal and the wrinkles will smooth out after it is pulled tight on the bike frame and loaded.
The coated fabrics we use are good at repelling stains and liquids, usually a wipe with a damp rag will remove any dust or loose crud. However, if your Framepack is very dirty, you can rinse it by hand with warm water and then hang it to dry.