Yankz Triathlonbags decided not to enter their top product into the test but rather their classig, the T2. Yet, the bag managed to impress.
The T2 had to suffer a lot during testing but it kept up well and managed to impress with ist unusal volume for a back pack. A ittle more minimalistic than some other top model, the T2 offers anything you would expect from a beginner pack..
Compartments/Pockets: One main compartment with two huge mash pockets, each holding a pair of shoes, an additional smaller mash pocket for wallet and triathlon pass, a cell phone pocket on the outside as well as a mesh compartment big enough to hold wetsuit and helmet. There is a removable second smaller bag on the inside to hold a full wetsuit, a pair of shoes or all your beauty care. It can easily be put on the outside of the main bag. Great solution to cary everything you need. Not to forget: 2 mesh pockets for bottles on the outside.
Comfort: Great cushion along the straps and your back. Could be a little more ventilated in the back area. Great to wear before and after the race as well. (also our favorite bag for traveling and shopping as it holds more than any other back pack we have tested.
Quality: Very solid quality with minor flaws on the mash bottle pockets. They seem to dmenad a little more care than other mash pockets we have come across. Otherwise very robust and enjoys being kicked around.
Summary: Suprisingly much space for a back pack with a minimum on extra pockets. One ort wo extra pockets would be great. Ist a top beginner bag to indermediate bag. With the T2 you have anything handy at any time when racing and training. Produced the least motions with our testers in terms of look and design.
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