Product DescriptionOnce you've spent the big bucks on a set of go-fast race wheels, the next thing you need is a way to transport them without fear of damage. And whether it's your racing buddies or airport gorillas, it's tough to trust anyone to handle your hoops with care. The Zipp Padded Double Wheel Bag provides protection for your wheels and peace of mind for you as you concentrate on being ready for your big event.In contrast to other bags on the market, Zipp makes sure that this one's not simply a thin sack to hold the wheels. Their Double Wheelbag has a tough nylon cover, but it also has a layer of high-density foam that cushions the wheels (an important detail if you have ultra-deep carbon rims). Each wheel is cradled inside its own pocket, separate from each other. There are a number of small compartments that allow for storage of smaller items and accessories like quick-releases, co cartridges, valve extenders, tubes, etc.The Zipp Padded Double Wheelbag is 91 x 71 x 25cm and comes with a removable, padded shoulder strap.
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