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Scicon Race Rain Bag

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Generally overlooked but undeniably convenient, the Scicon Race Rain Bag helps you keep all your riding gear together and organised.  Planning a riding trip?  It just got much easier- grab your Race Rain Bag, your bike, and off you go! With individualized space for your shoes, gloves, open-face helmet, jacket/pants, jerseys/shorts or other small items this is the perfect gear bag.

Who's this item for: Riders who like to keep things organised and be ready for adventure at the drop of a hat!

Style: Carry bag. No shoulder straps or wheels.

Materials: The bag is constructed from Scicon D-TEX840, Scicon ARMTEX D500 and Scicon SIGNITEX. 

Internal organiser pockets: Yup! But more like storage areas.  With six separate storage areas you can separate wet gear from dry gear, shoes from jackets, shorts from jerseys, gloves from... I think you get the point.

Dimensions and Weight: 
  • Length: 37cm
  • Depth: 24cm
  • Height: 21cm
  • Weight: 450-grams
Stand out features: The 'wet area' section of this bag is awesome.  Not only does it keep wet items separate from dry it's mesh door allows things to begin to dry out on the way home.

Pros: Well organised gear storage makes ride day planning easier and faster.  Lots of separate compartments for gear.  The 'wet-area' is a rad idea.

Cons: Not big enough to fit a full face helmet. (The fact I don't own one of these bags yet).
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