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|Fabric Type||100% Polyester|
|Item Weight||2.2 Pounds|
About this item
- 100% Polyester
- Zipper closure
- Made using the highest quality materials
- Tested to give you the edge in all your activities
- Used by both professional and recreational users
- Large wet/dry compartment
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The Alliance Team Backpack II is a new twist to an old classic. Showcasing a cavernous 18.5" x 13.25" x 9.75" design, the Alliance Team Backpack II is packed with features. An internal goggle saver pocket, digital media pocket and reinforced inner pockets provide strength and durability, while suit hanger carabiners allow for added versatility. Featuring a large wet/dry compartment for quicker drying and reduced odor and adjustable straps for custom sizing, this is ideal on the pool deck or around campus. Portable storage on the go, the Team Backpack II is available in array of team colors and is part of the TYR Alliance Collection.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 13.39 x 9.84 x 18.5 inches; 2.2 Pounds
- Item model number : LATBP2
- Department : Unisex-adult
- Date First Available : August 6, 2014
- Manufacturer : TYR
- ASIN : B00MGSUCZ2
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #974,165 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
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It doesn't have an over abundance of little pockets - but I like that. The pockets it does have are large enough so you can really fit everything in there and not have to wonder where you put things.
I took it this weekend for a race and had the following inside with plenty of room: wetsuit, cycle shoes, running shoes, helmet, socks, towels (2x - hand towel size), sunscreen (spray can and smaller one), electrical tape, body glide, nutrition, 4 water bottles, flip flops, spare tubes, air cartridges, and on the out side of the bag it has 2 clips - where I attached my visor.
You can't ask more out of a transition bag.
Durability appears good, although the zippers are what I'd call mid-grade, not the light ones found on $20 back packs but not the uber heavy ones found on Ogio bags, either. I am reasonable confident this bag will last me a good while.
Oh, and the red really stands out and makes it easier to ID my bike in transition.
See the 2 small loops just below the red top? In the picture they have carabiners attached.
I pulled the bag out of the packaging by one of the carabiners and the loop tore away from the bag. It literally broke when I was taking it out of the bag.
Very poor stitching.
I will be returning and looking elsewhere
this one may be a 35L+. Basically. it's just One Big Sack.
Same item is sold by various suppliers, the current cost range is from $42--$51.
I paid $43 with free shipping b4 tax.
Nice back pads and the 4 strap carrying system is very cool.
The vertical straps adjust sooo easily in either direction. Easy On and Off.
You can slip it on while leaving the upper chest strap buckled.
And then there's a belly belt for added support.
5-star color selections, too.
Top reviews from other countries
It is well constructed, the straps are easy to adjust to most body sizes/shapes. there are side pockets which hold more than I expected and the zips give a degree of security.
My only very minor issue is, that is is hard to get into the silly small lockers you get a most pools.
OK, it's a year old now and it's been used 2-3 times each week but unfortunately it's started ripping at the handle and where the fabric joins the back. I'm annoyed and disappointed in view of the cost and it certainly hasn't been abused. Also the front pocket is a bit too small for a phone.