Tri All 3 Sports Clam Shell Wheel Case

Tri All 3 Sports Clam Shell Wheel Case
Tri All 3 Sports Clam Shell Wheel Case
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Clam Shell Wheel Case by Tri All 3 Sports
Traveling with wheels that cost as much as your car can be a wee bit nerve wracking, but you can't very well leave them at home or pedal across the ocean to get to your next race. Before you watch your wheels disappear down the conveyor belt and you spend the next eight hours shivering and breaking out into nervous sweats, load them into the Tri All 3 Sports Clamsheel Wheel Case.It's a seriously burly but surprisingly simple design. Inside the rock-solid polyethylene shell, three layers of high-density foam secure and pad your wheels through even the worst bagging handling. No internal straps and no metal parts--the pressure of the foam and the case keeps your wheels, and any other tools you'd like to pack, from sliding around and banging into each other. Three large hook-and-loop straps seal the shell up tightly, and the tow handle and caster wheels make it easy to pull the Clamshell through the airport when you're racing to make your connection.

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SKU: TRI0006
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