Let’s get this straight right from the off. This is described as a wash bag, and is no doubt rather good at that sort of hygiene stuff that is so fashionable nowadays. However, at Singletrack, we are dirtbags at heart, and we could not fail to notice that it is much the same size as a six-pack of tasty craft ales. You say wash bag. We say booze bag.
Other things it could convey for you are:
- Mark’s ballet shoes.
- Hannah’s boyfriends phone in its incredibly large protective case.
- Chips, pea, pie and gravy is a foam takeaway container.
- Around 4 bagels.
- Your tools and a few inner tubes etc.
- It’s also an”Anything” cage style bag.
The really cool thing about these bags is how they are made. You see, they are made in Malawi using recycled materials. Cycle of Good train tailors in the world’s poorest places so they can earn a decent living and support their families. All the money Cycle of Good make pays for childcare and non-profit social enterprise in Malawi. And that is why they are called “Cycle Of Good”.
Cycle of Good tell us:
Is your old wash bag washed up and washed out? If so we have the perfect replacement!!
The Usipa Bag is made from recycled inner tube by fairly paid tailors in Malawi. This roomy wash bag will hold everything you need for scrubbing up after a long hot cycle ride, that overnight stay, the unexpected business trip and the family holiday.
Designed with practicality in mind, our inner tube wash bag is unlined making it easy to wash out, the stitched carry handle can be used to hang the wash bag on bathroom doors or on changing room hooks and the sturdy full length zip means you’ll have easy access to all the bits and bobs inside.
Some of our recycled inner tubes have manufacturers writing or the odd puncture repair patch meaning no two wash bags will ever be identical.
Measures: Length 24cm Width 13cm Height 11cm
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