The ALMSTHRE frame bag is the true do it all bag. Our signature garage compartment is a perfect place to store tools and spares, while keeping the front compartments free for food, gear, cameras, and whatever else accompanies you on a big day out.
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Very nice bag! Roomy, well thought out features and connection points, super solid construction. I’ve looked at other bags, much more expensive that are nowhere near good as Almsthre’s. Just wish they made a slightly shorter version that would fit my Mtb.
Love this bag. Fit's nearly perfect on my Exploro Racemax 54cm frame. I used all the extra straps to reduce any sag and get a nice tight fit in my frame. I like the rectangular shape as so many other frame bags have deep front sections to increase volume but just end up interfering with downtube bottles. The straps are not fixed to the bag, so they stay in position while the bag loops move independently, preventing scratches to your paint as the bag sways. No frame protection needed. Zippers are super easy to open and close while moving, even with a stuffed pocket. Waiting for a bolt mount top tube bag to match (hint hint).
The frame bag fit on my 51size Cervelo R5 and I can still use my 500mL water bottles. Depending on the size of your bike, it can stay secure without unnecessary extra since it does come with extra bike frame straps. Highly recommended. Best pocket is the rear pocket where you can store your tire tube and tools.
I’ve used the frame bag for a few rides now and find it to be really well designed and useful. The included variety of strap lengths and location of attachment loops make it easy to dial the frame attachment for a bag that stays put and out of the way of my knees and water bottles. I like that three separately zipped compartments allow me to organize my stuff so I can easily find it on the fly. I especially like that my spares and tools are easy to find and access from the rear “garage” compartment. The zippers are designed to keep out water, and they include little flaps at the ends to keep the tabs from jingling. I prefer this to a bar bag because it doesn’t interfere with my hands or my light and head unit.The frame bag is also much more hidden from the wind, so doesn’t waste my limited energy. I also like it better than a top tube bag because it doesn’t block my knees when I’m standing on a climb. It’s not big enough to stuff full of bulky clothing, but still large enough to stow a few small clothing items such as gloves, arm warmers, and a vest, or a rain jacket (in addition to energy bars) - about as much as I could stuff in my pockets, but without ripping my jersey.