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The Draw: Lightweight, Bare Necessities
Though on the smaller end at first glance, the Transition Bag 2.0 easily expands to put it back into the medium-sized category when needed. Boasting many of the same features as other bags in the category (wet/dry compartment, laptop sleeve, helmet stowage), this bag is definitely the lightest of the bunch. Zoot has taken years of excellent tri-sack experience and whittled it down to the basics for transition and post-race necessities in the 2.0. (In fact, there’s a smart little triathlon checklist printed into the inside main compartment.) As construction is decidedly mid-duty, the payoff is a lighter bag than others. Though it remains to be seen if durability is an issue, with so many small zippers and lightweight mesh panels—no problems so far.
Review by Chris Foster