Scicon Sports Duffel Bag 50L is a lightweight 50-liter volume solution for Athletes on the move.
Duffel Bag 50L has a main compartment for clothes with an internal zipped pocket, padded compartment for helmet, big pocket for bottles, lateral zipped mesh pocket for wet items, lateral pocket for shoes. Detachable ergonomics shoulder straps and two handles, offer two ways to carry the bag, meaning you can wear it on your back or hold it as a standard duffel bag.
- Material: Tear-proof Nylon
- Compact size: 50 Liters
- Main compartment with internal zipped pocket
- Big pocket for bottle
- Lateral zipped mesh pocket for wet items
- Lateral pocket for shoes
- Detachable ergonomics shoulder straps
- All round reflective details
- Weight: 1,70 Kg
- Dimensions: 57,5 x 30 x 32 cm
SCICON was founded in 1980 in a garage near Bassano del Grappa - Italy, the heart of the cycling industry, to solve the problem of how professional cyclists could travel with their bikes. The evolution over time has created a brand, which not only solves problems, but inspires adventure around the world.
With over forty years of activity, the greatest cyclists in the history of cycling have used a SCICON bag. Moser, Cipollini, Pantani, Indurain, Bettini, Boonen, Froome, Contador, Nibali, Sagan, to name just a few.
In 2011, the ASG Group became the main shareholder of SCICON, guaranteeing rapid, global expansion.
In 2019 Scicon Sports entered the world of sports eyewear and immediately became a point of reference for many cycling champions and enthusiasts.
In 2020, after less than a year, Scicon Sports glasses win the Tour de France with Tadej Pogacar, over 50 races and are used by three World Tour Teams. UAE Team Emirates, NTT Pro Cycling, Israel Cycling Academy. We are here to win and stay.
Today SCICONSPORTS exports to over 40 countries and operates branches in the USA (San Diego), South Africa (Pretoria), Australia (Melbourne). The Headquarter in Bassano del Grappa (Italy) includes a concept lab for the prototyping of bags, production of technical sportswear and an eyewear assembly department.