WaterField Unveils Bootcamp Gym Bag — A Sleek Fitness Bag Sized to Fit in a Gym Locker

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San Francisco’s WaterField Designs unveils the handcrafted Bootcamp Gym Bag, a sophisticated vertical duffel in ballistic nylon or waxed canvas, sized to hold gym essentials and to fit into a gym locker or cubby. Early adopters through February 21 will receive a complimentary Shoe Pouch ($19) to use with their new Bootcamp Gym Bag.

Bootcamp Gym Bag — a sophisticated vertical duffel to hold gym essentials that fits into a gym locker or cubby

Bootcamp Gym Bag

We optimized both the shape and size of the Bootcamp Gym Bag to hold shoes, gym clothes, and accessories and to slide easily into a gym locker or cubby.

WaterField Designs introduces the Bootcamp Gym Bag, a handsome, locker-sized athletic bag to carry fitness gear in style. Early adopters who order through February 21, will receive a complimentary WaterField Shoe Pouch ($19).

The rugged waxed canvas or ballistic nylon carryall fits shoes and workout necessities in a spacious chamber and water bottles in expandable side pockets. With its sleek aesthetic, the Bootcamp Gym Bag looks professional enough to go unnoticed at work and transitions seamlessly to the gym where it fits perfectly inside a gym locker or cubby.

“We tired of forcefully stuffing our gym bags into gym lockers, and typical gym duffels are too big for just our gym gear anyway,” explained owner Gary Waterfield. “When designing the Bootcamp Gym Bag, we optimized both its shape and its size for gym lockers and climbing-gym or CrossFit® cubbies. Personal trainers love keeping it with them on the gym floor so their protein shake, weight-lifting gloves, and other accessories are always close at hand during training sessions. The bag’s so versatile, it’s great for everyday use too.”

The Bootcamp Gym Bag thoughtfully blends functionality and style with innovative features to enhance convenience for gym-goers:

  • A clamshell waterproof zipper opening lets users set the bag on its side to pack it like a suitcase.
  • Gold rip-stop lining lights up the bag’s interior for easy visibility.
  • Two water bottle pockets expand to fit 3-inch diameter bottles.
  • Two interior zippered pockets store toiletries or gym accessories like weight-lifting gloves, carabiners for climbing, or CrossFit® wrist wraps.
  • A second main zipper grants convenient access to the rear internal zippered pocket without having to remove the bag from a locker.
  • A magnet-closing front pocket, with internal organization and a key clip, holds a wallet, phone, earbuds, and other quick-access items.
  • An external open-topped pocket stows a magazine or quick-stash items.
  • Dual leather-grip handles attach with a unique system that compresses and secures the front and back pockets when the handles are in use.
  • A removable shoulder strap is handy for longer hauls.
  • Sturdy black ballistic nylon and rugged

The Bootcamp Bag joins the WaterField holdall line of bags that each cater to a specific style and use-case: the Air Duffel Carry-On, the Outback Duffel, and the Atlas Executive Athletic Holdall. Early Bootcamp Gym Bag orders received by February 21 will include a complimentary WaterField Shoe Pouch ($19).

Availability & Pricing
The Bootcamp Gym Bag
Price: $199
Colors: Black ballistic nylon or tan waxed canvas. (Matching leather logo and handle grips.)
Dimensions and weight: 13.5 x 12.5 x 6.5 inches; Canvas—2.3 lbs. Ballistic—1.9 lbs.

Available for pre-order now. First production run ships February 26, 2020.

About WaterField Designs
WaterField Designs is an innovative San Francisco designer and manufacturer of bags and cases for tech-savvy consumers who want to stylishly and responsibly transport their technology. WaterField manufactures custom-fitted, high-quality cases and bags for a full-range of laptop computers, smartphones, tablets, gaming devices, and other digital gear. All products are manufactured to exacting standards entirely in San Francisco. More information is available on the company website at “Our Story.”

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