When the team at Cyclescheme spotted the Henty Wingman we thought this is a unique product we had to share with our members/readers. It’s concept of suit carrier that can be rolled and carried as a messenger bag is an ingenious idea. Having put it through its paces not only is a great for cycling commuters it can be used for weekends away and is accepted on budget airlines as carrying-on luggage.
The Wingman can be loaded with a suit and 2-3 shirts. The detachable gym bag can house your shoes or trainers, toiletries and towel. The spacious deep outer pocket has a velcro laptop holder where you can also put phone, keys and wallet. The bag comes with 3 different coloured linings; Blue, Green and Grey.
The Wingman is made using high quality materials and is built to be used in all weathers so it can be used all year round. The grand finale is a waterproof cover kept is a separate zipped pocket to slip over the bag, protecting it from the elements.
Some of us want to cycle to work more often but are restricted by getting our smart gear to work - the Wingman is a godsend for self-propelled commuters who require a smooth transition from bike seat to office chair.
The Wingman was created by Australian sports enthusiasts Jeremy Grey and John Gourlay, who were frustrated by the lack of products available to cyclists for transporting business clothing and garments. See their creation and the packing in action here:
The Henty Wingman is £119. You can view the full Henty product range here: www.henty.cc
Terms & conditions
Closing date for entries is Sunday 21st June. Entries after midnight on 21.06.2015 will not be accepted. 5 winners will be drawn at random after the closing date and will be notified by email. The winners will recieve one green Henty Wingman each. Entrants email addresses will be retained for marketing purposes, you will be able to opt out of any future marketing from Cyclescheme should you wish. Cyclescheme reserves the right to amend the rules at any time.
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