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Wingman Bicycle Garment Bag

The Wingman is designed to transport business suits, dresses, shirts, ipads and accessories with the convenience of a satchel on your back. It has been designed with cyclists in mind but it’s also useful as a:

  • Suit bag for yoga;
  • Suit bag for the gym;
  • Suit bag for paddling;
  • Aeroplane carry-on luggage; and
  • Walking to work.

The Wingman comes with a gym / utility bag and can be used together or separately with the garment bag. The Wingman has semi-rigid vertical ribs (made from 100 per cent recycled plastic) which restricts the diameter of the suit bag when rolled, minimising garment creases. This is what differentiates the Wingman from its poorer cousins – traditional fold in half suit bags. The padded tablet pocket is 27x15x2cm and has been designed to fit the Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy snuggly. Tablets may also fit inside the gym bag, which has a 19cm diameter. The Wingman is set to be carried on you left shoulder, but can be carried on the right if you swap the buckles over. The check stay clips under your left (right) arm, then adjust your strap lengths and shoulder pad position to secure the Wingman in place. When using the rain jacket, it will not be possible to use the check stay, so the gym bag strap can be used as a belt, hence the additional male clip, which assists in securing the Wingman to your right (left) hip when cycling. There are several steps you can take to help your Wingman deliver its best results:

  • Place garments inside the Wingman, laying them flat with with arms carefully positioned to roll
  • The recommended load is one suit and one shirt or up to three shirts with no suit
  • When not in use store the Wingman unrolled on a hook or hanger

To see a demonstration on how to pack your Wingman, check out this video. To read an independent review of the Wingman, click here.

  • Care instructions
  • Protecting the ribs
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