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There’s a reason ROKA struggles to keep this item in stock: More than a transition bag, this option is for traveling, workouts, and even work. The bag doesn’t scream triathlete, but still has several tri-friendly details. There are three well-thought-out interior compartments (that are all accessible at once when the bag is laid flat), as well as specific pockets for things like sunglasses, water bottles, a helmet, and a laptop. An included wet-dry bag easily fits a wetsuit, which then goes directly into any of the three compartments. The slimmer profile is aesthetically pleasing, but one has to be very meticulous in packing gear so it all fits. That said, the only downside to this high-quality pack is the price tag.