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Zipp Transition 1 Gear Bag
  • Zipp Transition 1 Gear Bag
  • Zipp Transition 1 Gear Bag
  • Zipp Transition 1 Gear Bag
  • Zipp Transition 1 Gear Bag

Zipp Transition 1 Gear Bag

Item #: ZIP15532 Usually ships the next business day
Price: $164.99
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product description
Organize your fastest race with the all-new Transition 1 Gear Bag from Zipp. This very well thought-out transition bag has all the pockets, compartments, zippers, padded straps and dividers you'll need to have a winning triathlon season. The finely detailed T1 Gear Bag will efficiently transport clothes, shoes, a helmet and wetsuit, and other small items to help you keep organized for the next big race. This sturdy and water resistant gear bag features seam-sealed zippers, an EVA (soft vault) top pocket, internal adjustable shelf dividers, a carrying handle, helmet compartment, adjustable padded shoulder straps with carrying loops, adjustable sternum and waist strap with buckles, a separate wetsuit/shoe compartment, zippered side pockets with expandable mesh pouches, side-net water bottles pockets, and a nicely block-padded mesh back panel for comfort and breathability. And T1 Bag easily converts from backpack to a duffel bag with its included shoulder strap. The podium-worthy Zipp Transition 1 Gear Bag supports your race from start to finish.

Transition 1 Gear Bag Features:
  • Center compartment includes camera bag-style dividers to keep items organized
  • Large ventilated lower compartment for shoes or wet clothing
  • Seam-sealed zippers with molded ZIPP zipper tabs
  • Adjustable helmet pocket
  • EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate) top pocket
  • Side net for water bottles
  • 3M Scotchlite reflective tabs
  • Total volume 56 Liters
  • Dimensions: 30" L x 16" W x 8" H
Shipping weight: 8.0 lbs.

Zipp Transition 1 Gear Bag
2 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Ken Ferguson
2 Stars

Famous Brand, Big Price, Basic Design Flaws
September 7, 2016
My wife purchased this for me as a Christmas 2015 gift so I've had several months experience. It's big, has all the things you'd expect from a tri bag including a shell case on the top for sunglasses, a plastic lined compartment on the bottom for wet things like wetsuit and towels, and deep mesh pockets on both sides. What makes it different it that instead of opening at the top (which requires fishing in the dark for things on the bottom) it lays on it's back and you unzip the entire front giving you access to the compartments that are only 6 inches deep. The compartmentalization and shallow depth makes for easier organization and finding. Now for the bad stuff. Right out of the package the assembly of the mouse fur covered plastic compartment dividers with their Velcro attachment system was a real pain to set up as the Velcro sticks to any mouse fur it touches as you try to arrange it the way you want it. The dividers are also not cut properly so they stick out the sides making the zip up process tricky. But the real design flaw which tells me the folks at Zipp never actually used this bag in real life is that in order unzip the bag to access your stuff you have to unhook the 2 bayonet fasteners that hold your helmet in the mesh bag on the front of the bag which means that as soon as you unhook those, unzip and open the bag your helmet falls out of its' mesh bag. This happens whether the bag is standing up or lying on its' back. All they needed to do was to make the attachment points for the helmet bag clips 1" away ... put them on the front flap instead of on the main bag so when you open the flap your helmet stays put. This is so annoying that I am taking the bag to a seamstress to have them move the clips to where they should be.

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