Castelli Race Rain Bag

Castelli Race Rain Bag
Castelli Race Rain Bag
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Race Rain Bag by Castelli
Whether you transport your cycling gear in a team car or in your own, make sure it all stays organized and gets to your next race safely with Castelli's Race Rain Bag. Designed with Castelli's signature sleek style, the bag has enough space to hold what you'll need for race day without feeling bulky. Organize your gear into two separate compartments, with smaller essentials kept easy-to-access in internal mesh pockets. The bottom shoe compartment is vented to help wet shoes dry off quicker -- it can even be separated from the main part of the bag if you want to isolate your smelly shoes from the rest of your stuff. Use the name panels to make sure your gear doesn't get mistaken for someone else's, and the bag's reflective accents help ensure the bag won't become a victim of low-light parking lot maneuvers by the team car.

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