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Perfect for smaller swimmers, or just those who don't want a bulky bag, the TYR™ Small Alliance Backpack is a durable way to carry and organize your swim gear.
My granddaughter loves her swimbag.She can keep everything in separate compartments.
I wanted to find the right bag for my kids (7 and 5) that wasn''t too small that it didn''t hold all their stuff (suit, towel, snorkel, goggles, fins) and not too big that it was difficult for them to carry. This bag is PERFECT! It holds everything and more. It''s a bit big but completely manageable for them to carry or put on their back. Plus they can grow into it. Highly recommend!
This is the perfect size for swimming. So happy I made this purchase. Also the price was right!
Great swim bag for my niece!
I use this as a swim/gym bag and it''s perfect. I have been a swimmer for over 20 years and have never spent the money to get a proper swim bag! I will never go back.
Great for swim team practice and meets. Everything fits!!
I use this bag all the time. It''s big and fits all my gym/swimming gear, but I would like it to have more compartments, so I didn''t have to use an extra bag for my wallet, cell phone and other things. Straps hurt my skin a little when I use sleeveless tops. Friction also damages delicate clothing, so be careful if you use it on your way to work.
We were surprised at the size of this backpack since it was only SLIGHTLY smaller than the standard-sized Speedo backpack. Pleasant surprise though --- only means that we can hold off sizing up when our daughter grows older.The outside hooks are also great for holding lunch boxes and little mesh bags that can hold more wet items.
My daughter loves this bag. We ordered it slightly less than a year ago, and she has been using it ever since. She swam with her high school and club team and used it at every meet and took it to every practice and the bag still looks brand new. The description says that it is a small bag, but it is almost as big as the full size bags. She can fit her flippers, her suit, and a couple towels in the main compartment. For the two pockets on the side, she uses one for brushes and snacks, and the other for caps and goggles.The small pocket in front she uses for her phone, iPod, and jewelry.The mesh pocket also in the front is great for storing wet suits if you don''t want your other things to get wet. Bottom line, buy this bag. It''s worth it.
Eerything I thought it would be! Well worth the money!
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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.