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Tyr - Mochila de malla, color azul
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- TYR Big Mesh Mummy Bag Royal
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Color: Azul Royal
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holds lots of stuff. like us swimmers, it's cool.
pull buoy, kick board, shammy, suit, flip flops
you'll be ready and packed to dive off that start block.
water bottle holder is too small for the ones i use
maybe i'll find another one and my old one, boot.
zipper in the front is good for goggles and cap
(writing this ode, i now wanna go swim laps!)
of it's durability, i can't really speak,
i only use maybe it once a week
my suit dries in it, in the meantime
i hope you found help in this rhyme.
I have this packed with my suit, kick board, fins, hand paddles, pull buoy, goggles, 8 weeks of workout cards, a large microfiber towel, water bottle, goggle spray, soap and shampoo (in travel size bottles), keys, wallet, cellphone, locker lock, and earplugs. There is some room for more stuff (though I can't imagine what else I'd need), but the space is relatively snug with this. Unfortunately, the larger of these items don't just slide into the bag due to their rubbery construction have lots of friction. But that is just as much because they are rubbing on each other as getting stuck on the relatively slick material of the bag.
I jog from my place to the pool with it. The should straps stay put, and the bag stays tight to my back and doesn't swing around. This is a huge plus for me as I was using one of those crappy shoe lace bags before I got the fins and such when I didn't need as much capacity, and I spent 90% of my energy trying to make sure that bag stayed on my shoulders (which was probably dangerous considering I'm running next to busy roads).
I've only used it for a week now; so, I can't speak to its longevity.