Full Frame Bag
Whether you’re bikepacking, touring or just commuting around town, it’s hard to beat the convenience of a full frame bag. Need to carry water? A frame bag is the perfect place for it. Food for a backpack-free day ride? Sure thing! Couldn’t resist that sale on avocados at the grocery store? Now you don’t have to juggle them while you ride home (look ma, no hands!).
Stretch Zipper Technology
On a frame bag, the zipper is always the weakest point. We hate landfills so we use the strongest zippers we could find: #10 YKK molded tooth zips that shed dirt and mud easily.
To top it off we add a strip of stretch Cordura fabric, which helps reduce peak load on the zipper, especially when you pack the bag a little more full than it should be (which nobody ever does, right?).
Have you ever been convinced you lost something, only to find it was right under your nose all along? We’ve been there too – so we make our bags bright on the inside, regardless of the exterior color. Most of our fabrics come with a bright interior liner built-in*, and we use bright fabrics for side pockets and edge panels as well.
*The only exception is the Black Camo fabric, which does not come with a bright interior built-in. If you order a black camo bag you will still have bright fabric on the bottom of your bag and on the side pocket, which is where it matters the most for tracking down small items.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Send Dimensions?
All of our frame bags are custom made to fit using our PandaVision process. We have patterns for some common frames already, and if not we just need a photo of your bike with a ruler or dollar bill for scale. See the pattern list and instructions on the Custom Frame Bag page.
Is Strap Abrasion a Concern?
Good news! All Rogue Panda frame bags ship with clear vinyl tape to protect your frame. It’s not as thick as helicopter tape or traditional down tube protectors, but it’s sufficient to guard against frame bag rub.
We recommend using long pieces that cover all the straps for each tube of your bike in one shot – it looks better than individual straps for each velcro piece. We’ve tested removal after a year of use and it peeled off fairly easily without any extra steps. But if you’re able, heating it up with a hair dryer first will reduce residue left by the tape.
Standard on all frame bags.
YKK #10 molded tooth zippers.