Zipp Connect Wheel Bag

Zipp Connect Wheel Bag
Zipp Connect Wheel Bag
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Connect Wheel Bag by Zipp
You probably spent a sizable amount of money to buy a set of wheels, which means you'll definitely want to keep them protected while traveling to and from events during race season. Zipp's Connect Wheel Bag can be used on its own or can be attached to a second Zipp Connect bag to safely and easily transport your wheels near or far. Made out of water-resistant EVA, the bag includes both a top handle and detachable shoulder strap to make it easy to carry with the rest of your gear, and the interior is padded for security and protection. Store smaller essentials like quick release skewers in the removable internal pocket so you'll know exactly where they are when it's time to unpack and get set up for a race.

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SKU: ZIP002X
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