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Head off to the beach or back to school in style. Roomy enough for binders and swim gear, the TYR Transition Bag has a pocket for everything.
I originally purchased this TYR Transition Backpack 8 years ago and I loved it. The backpack has a extra pocket that is for wet clothes, towels or wetsuits which comes very handy at any event. The backpack also has a case in front for your helmet! This is my third transition backpack.
I used the backpack at a triathlon the day after I got it, and it was great. All my gear was well organized and easy to find as I set up my transition area, and after the race, it was easy to get everything back in its place for the trip home. There's plenty of space for shoes, wetsuit, extra clothes, and lots of smaller items (extra goggles, visor, etc). For me, having all my gear well organized removes the worry of possibly forgetting anything. The center section unzips and lays almost flat, so it's easy to check that you've got everything you need. Great product and very reasonably priced.
I bought this to use for triathlon races and swim meets. It is very generous in size and fits all of my items perfectly!
I purchased this for my daughter for swim team. It is much larger than it looks and quite heavy, but we expect it will last many years. Much stronger and sturdier than her old bag.
Great Tri back pack would have been nice if it had an interior clip for your keys and the two zipper net pockets need to be a littler larger to hold bike and running shoes. For the money you can’t go wrong.
Love this bag!!Did lots of research on transition bags and found that you get a lot room for a little $$ with this bag. Lots of room to hold EVERYTHING you need and then some. Even has a place at the bottom of bag to hold a wetsuit.Def would recommend!
I am very pleased with this backpack. I use it while commuting to work and find it very smartly designed. It is comfortable to use and can hold a lot stuff. I think it is a fair bargain and would recommend it.
This is a VERY big bag. Nice to haul alot of things in and out of transition, BUT don't plan on leaving it there, It's too big. I am still getting used to how the inside is compartmentalized, not really sure I like it. The whole center is open and there are 2 mesh zippered pockets on either side of the inside of the bag. If you want a huge bag, then this one is for you. If you want something smaller or at least something you can fold down into a more manageable size and leave in transistion, then this may too much bag.
Doing my first triathlon soon, and needed a bag for all the equipment. This bag is full of alot seperate pockets and compartments for everything you need to bring on race day. It is much larger than it looks, and expands to hold alot. It has places for the wet and/or dirty things for after the race too, which is a plus.
great backpack! i do triathlons, so i needed something that was large enough to fit: wetsuit, 2 towels, running sneakers, cycling shoes, tri clothes, post-race clothes, sandals, and small knick-knacks (body glide, suit juice, sunglasses, goggles, spare goggles, swim cap, etc). a regular backpack would not do. this baby fits everything... with room to spare!!! there is a separate storage for wet clothes, plus a secret compartment on the bottom for basically anything (wet clothes, sneakers, etc). there are other compartments inside the backpack too, which help to separate your stuff. this bag comes in different colors - i got the black & turquoise one. it looks pretty sexy as far as tri bags are concerned, if you ask me :)the downside is that bc it fits a lot, it is HUGE. it takes up a good amount of space in the transition area, which is a bad thing if your rack has a lot of bikes crammed in there (basically, get to the transition area early to ensure that you have space for your stuff). some tri's also limit you to a "small backpack", which this bag certainly wouldnt qualify for. ive never been stopped though. ive also seen other folks w the same bag (albeit different colors) in the t-zone.it could also be used for traveling, but if you're not doing triathlons, id suggest getting a different bag bc this one is geared for tri's. also, if you dont bring a lot of stuff to your races (i.e. only swimsuit and running sneakers; no wetsuit, multiple towels, etc), then you might be able to go w a smaller bag. i actually used my school backpack when i was an inexperienced novice :) it was crammed even though i didnt have as much high-tech stuff w me. bottom line: it fits a lot of stuff and im really glad i bought it. id wholeheartedly recommend it.
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Founded in Southern California in 1985, TYR™ has since developed a reputation for high-quality products and equipment. TYR competition swimwear and triathlon gear have been a dominant force in their respective industries. The company is also known for its TYR goggles, swim apparel, triathlon wetsuits and a wide variety of swimming equipment.
TYR was the first company to introduce a pair of goggles designed to fit a woman's face (the TYR T-72). TYR was also responsible for the famous red bathing suits featured on the hit television series "Baywatch." TYR consults with current and former athletes when developing its products. Swimmers know that TYR is a leader in swimsuits, warm-up suits, and swim training equipment. The TYR Tracer Series is one of the most advanced technical suit lines on the market. The TYR Hurricane wetsuits and the TYR Torque collections include top-of-the-line suits for the competitive swimmer.
TYR has also moved into competitive running equipment. From running shirts to shorts, its apparel is designed with the runner in mind. Built with moisture wicking fabric and antimicrobial material, TYR running apparel is designed to give the athlete the most comfortable, dry clothing on the market.
The name "TYR" is derived from the Norse god of warriors, who is said to have embodied victory and glory. Much the same can be said about the athletes who started TYR. Executive Vice President, Steve Furniss, was an Olympian who competed in the 1972 and 1976 Summer Games, and captained the 76th U.S. Olympic Swim Team.