The Savage Bag By Db Equipment

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An innovative design that provides next-level protection for bikes.

After designing award-winning travel bags for skiers and snowboarders, Douchebags turned its attention to bike lovers with a collection that maintains the brand’s minimal Nordic aesthetic while providing ingenious travel solutions. And the star of the range? The Savage bag. Developed by Db Equipment alongside experienced people from the bike industry, The Savage offers superior protection for bikes. The design draws inspiration from the life-saving roll cages in racing cars and features the patented Db Roll Cage to protect against impact and pressure loads. Made with an aluminum frame, the bag stands at the middle point between a soft bag and a hard case while maintaining a lighter weight.

Additionally, The Savage is easy to collapse and roll up without tools, taking up 35% of its full size for easy storage. Straps with buckles and locking levers keep the bicycles upright while in transit and ensure they stay in place. Suitable for all mountain bikes, The Savage fits anything from Freestyle to Downhill and even plus size bikes. At the same time, it protects handlebars and brake shifters. The bag is compatible with the Db Hook-Up system, providing more travel gear customization options.

Apart from The Savage bag, Db Equipment also launched a range of accessories. These include The Guardian helmet bag and The Wheelie bag as well as convenient The Road Bike Adapter. Designed to extend the life of helmets, The Guardian features a heavy-duty ventilated case. It fits full face MTB helmets up to size XXL/62 perfectly. Available as a set of two individual bags, The Wheelie is ideal for 26” to 29” wheels and comes with a large zipped opening. Discover the new collection online. The Savage Bag costs $699, while the accessories range between $19 and $129. Photographs© Douchebags.

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