Choosing The Right Swim Gear Bag

by Pool Builders on 01-22-2013 in Articles

Take a look at the questions and choices below to see which kind of bag is perfect for you and your swim equipment.

Do you often have to leave the pool in a hurry and don't have time to hang dry your equipment?

If so, then a mesh or aerated swim gear bag is perfect for you. These types of bags are able to hold all your wet equipment and maintain adequate airflow to help properly dry your gear. The Hydro-Fit Wet Sack is the perfect basic mesh gear bag. It features a durable mesh design, which helps dry wet clothing, and sturdy shoulder straps for easy toting. The AquaJogger Mesh Equipment bag is large enough to carry your jogging belt as well as towel, swimsuit and other pool gear. It features a drawstring closure to help keep your swim equipment safely inside.

Do you have a lot of swim accessories, such as fins or kickboards?

If you're in need of a lot of storage space, then a big backpack or duffle-style swim gear bag would be ideal for you. If you like to pack fins for your swimming adventure, then the Tusa Reef Tourer Snorkel Equipment Bag would be great for you. It's larger than normal backpack design (27" high) can easily hold a large pair of diving fins, as well as any other gear you need for your swim. Or try the Finis Performance Duffle Bag. Made from 100% durable ripstop nylon, this bag can easily transition you from the pool to the gym and hold all of your personal belongings in between.

Are a bag's looks more important to you than anything?

Then you need a bag that can expression your personal style! Look for bags that are both colorful and functional for a truly useful and eye-catching pack. The Speedo Pro Backpack is the perfect mix of fashion and function. This perfectly sized bag comes in a wide variety of colors including neon lime, lemon glow, Carolina blue, and bright pink, among many others. Plus, the Speedo Pro can safely and securely store everything you need at the pool. Fill it with shoes, fins, a beach towel, paddles, swimsuits and personal items and still have room to spare.

Are you a swim instructor or coach?

If so, then you need a bag big enough to hold it all. Look for bags that are lightweight and easy to transport. The oversized Hydro-Fit Instructor Gear Bag was designed to hold up to 12 pairs of hand buoys, 12 pairs of cuffs or even up to 16 belts. Its mesh design is not only super lightweight, but will also help dry items while in storage. The gear bag's reinforced sturdy shoulder straps make for an easy carry and allow you to easily take all your equipment to each and every lesson.

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