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SKU: 93588
Product Code: 39534


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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The Arena™ Fastpack Backpack is built to hang and act like a cupboard for easy access to your things in a changing room.

Large-sized Arena backpack

  • Cupboard construction.
  • Bottom compartment is reinforced for durability.
  • Built-in carabiner.
  • Large compartment on the back.
  • 2-level compartment on the front side.
  • Easy-to-access, small pocket on the top.
  • 2 Mesh pockets on the side.
  • Mesh inserts for organizing.
  • Harness strap system, Mesh-padded back panel and straps for comfort.
  • Branded zip pullers.
  • Ideal for a changing room: can hang the bag and use it like a cupboard for easy access to everything.
  • Heavy-duty pocket built for footwear.
  • Large enough to fit a kickboard or other training pieces.
  • Ideal for smaller items: keys, wallet, phone, bottles etc.
  • Ventilated for moisture control.
  • Exclusive product.

Size

  • Measures 16 x 12 x 20 inches.

Fabrication

  • 80% Polyester / 20% Nylon.
  • PVC coating.
  • Imported.


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REVIEWS

  • 4 star rating (Based on 9 Reviews)

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  • rating star
    By from
    on 8/21/2014

    Finally a bag that holds all of my swim gear in one bag ( swim board, fins, swim buoy, paddles, caps, googles, flip flops, and a huge towel). Plus, I still have room for toiletries which are conveniently accessible in the drop down front  zipper pockets. This bag was definitely designed by those who understand a swimmer's needs. Only drawback, which was mentioned by others, is that it doesn't have enough loops/attachment sites to attach additional carabiners. Also I wish the zippers were a-little more robust, but time will tell if they hold up.  Otherwise, a great bag for someone who has lots of swim gear and wants one bag to carry them in.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 10/1/2013

    Very nice back pack. Better than photo description. We do have speedo, TYR but this one looks better. This will be the one for meets.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 9/1/2014

    Worked great for my son who actually doesn't take time to organise stuff in the bag. Quite durable as well for the long weekend swim meets.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 4/2/2014

    This bag has lots of room. I'm an adult and I carry a lot of flippers and boards with me and I was looking for a backpack that didn't make me look like a high school kid!

  • rating star
    By from
    on 1/30/2014

    Seems to be made well and holds much more than we initially thought.  Time will tell as to how it holds up!  We like that it holds it shape when full.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 12/4/2013

    I bought this backpack with high hopes.  I swim everyday and liked the look of all the compartments.  I need room for my googles, my suits, toiletries, paddles, pull buoy, and fins, which the  bag had the perfect space for each item.  There was even room for a kick board.  But when all was said and done, there was no room left for a towel, which is always the biggest item in the bag.  So for me, I had to return the bag because I just couldn't use it.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 1/26/2013

    This is a great bag. It is large enough to carry swim gear. It has a number of compartments to help keep things organized.  

    My only concern is that the zippers are light weight.   I wonder if they will last with constant use.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 11/14/2014

    It's exactly what I needed.
    The large compartment at the back is wider than it looks from pictures.

    the pulls' zipper are smaller than should be, given the size of the bag.
    Sometimes it's difficult to find them and pull.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 10/16/2014

    I was super-excited when my swimoutlet.com order was delivered yesterday. The Arena Pistoly parka turned out to be okay, but I was disappointed when I unwrapped the Fastpack. In no uncertain terms, the build quality is decidedly cheap - it felt chintzy.

    I inspected the zippers, and I didn't see how the installed zippers could possibly stand up to being used twice a day, for any more than one or two swim seasons. The zipper pulls are thin, and might prove to be brittle with regular use. And the zipper teeth are the tiny plastic type that will likely wear down and start skipping or jamming.

    Here is where I'll understand your incredulity because my concerns over the Fastpack's zipper qualities can be relegated as mere conjecture and speculation. However, the story below will illustrate why you should look at another backpack.

    So being excited (at least in terms of the bag's design concept at this point), I loaded my new bag with my swimsuit, goggles, spit spray, waterproof iPod, board shorts, towel, combo pull buoy/kickboard, along with some other items related to my work. The entire bag with contents could not have exceeded 8 lbs., and I wanted to see how that would feel on my back in day-to-day situations, so I slung it over my back.

    As any reasonable person would do, I pulled down on the straps/webbing to adjust the size of the shoulder straps, and the right ladderlock (the black plastic mechanisms sewn into shoulder straps that size the webbing from the bottom of backpacks) shattered into four pieces! And you might say that I pulled down too hard, or something, but the webbing on either side hadn't even moved.

    Really? REALLY?!

    Of all the components to skimp on, Arena had to skimp on one of the most mission-critical pieces of a backpack, and now I have to spend $5 just to get my money back! *ANGRY FACE* What makes me mad is that these ladderlocks cost something like $0.36 on an individual basis, so they really had no reason to skimp and use cheaper ones.

    Also noteworthy of disappointment, the actual product is different from the Fastpack demonstrated in the YouTube video. My Fastpack did not have the side webbing above the bottle holders, and it did not have the helmet clip on the front of the bag.

    Stay away from this particular bag and consider other solutions (my $17 Tyr mummy bag has better build quality).

    I love the concept, but Arena's got some very serious work to do when it comes to the commissioning of fabrication plants for their products, and when it comes to cost vs. quality considerations on product components.

ABOUT THIS BRAND

Arena
Since 1973, Arena™ has been a global influence and leader in competitive swimwear and accessories. Used by international top athletes and the official swim teams of UCSD, UC Berkeley, and Cal Poly, Arena swimwear is as synonymous with water as it is to swimming. Arena boasts a number of streamline, comfortable, and durable swimsuits that are perfect for competitive swimming and races.

By investing in innovation and researching fabrics and textiles, Arena is continuously discovering and utilizing unique technologies. Their high-tech patented Powerskin™ fabric claims to be the lightest fabric in production, weighing only 125 grams per square meter, while their stitchless seams keep mobility at its highest and reduces drag.

With offices populating Europe, Asia and the US, Arena is making waves worldwide with their quality line of goggles, training equipment and competitive swimwear. Whatever your swim needs, Arena has you covered with their jammers, one pieces, and neck-to-knee suits.