Commuting - Nashbar commuter bag
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08-03-07, 05:44 AM
A heads-up for anyone trying to get to work (mostly) wrinkle free. Nashbar has a commuter garment panner on sale for $79.
I just got mine yesterday and will be trying it out this morning. My first impressions are good. Plenty of extra pockets and seems well made. It doesn't come with a rain cover, but it seems to have the "waterproof" zippers. Besides, I'll take the car on rainy mornings and I don't care if things get wet on the way home!
It's showing up as $69 for me - even better.
Anyone using this? How many shirts and pants can you effectively put in it?
08-03-07, 08:27 AM
Ooh, nice. A garment bag that you can drape over your rack! Here's hoping it works out well.
08-03-07, 01:03 PM
The garment area is pretty roomy. I would bet you could easily get 3 pairs of pants and three shirts in there...probably more.
I was hoping the side pockets would be a little bigger. I wear a size 12 shoe and I have to put one shoe in each side. But there is still plenty of room left over in each.
It's bigger than it looks in the pic. It sticks about 3 inches past the back of the rack. Doesn't bump my heals when I ride either.
08-03-07, 02:48 PM
Sweet! If I had a job where I had to wear a suit, I'd give this a serious look. It's showing as $69.99 for me, too, and Nashbar is offering free shipping until 8/13.
08-06-07, 09:24 AM
I checked my e-mail this morning, and looks like this is down to $49.99:
08-06-07, 12:06 PM
Yup. Just snagged one for $49.99.
Some other good sales as well.
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