Compartments to separate your equipment and belongings?
To prevent your training bag from becoming a catch-all and your boxing gym from becoming a pigsty, we have a bag with compartments for you! Your bag opens all the way down the middle, like a suitcase, so you can organise your equipment and protective gear. On the top of the bag, the wide opening with 2 nets on the back allows you to store your personal belongings. And the pocket next to the handle can hold your keys, wraps, mouthguards, smartphone, etc.
Carry it everywhere, however you like
Its durable laminated fabric means your training bag will travel to the boxing gym with you often and for a long time. And with its multiple handles, you can carry it however you like: - the one-handed handle at the top allows you to carry it vertically. - the 2 padded straps with mesh interiors allow you to carry the bag on your shoulders or horizontally, like a duffle bag.
Simon, OUTSHOCK designer, speaks about the 900 sports bag
"We wanted to create a bag that helps with organisation. Particularly when it comes to separating personal belongings from sports equipment. We started off with a sports bag whose shape reminded us of a punching bag, and we based the design on kick boxing, since it has the most equipment. So we designed a 60 L bag. Since this is a sport where you sweat a lot, the sides of the bag are made of perforated foam lined with ventilated mesh. It breathes without absorbing water."
We are proud to introduce
... a product that simplifies your life! First of all, we wanted a design based on boxing style. And to help you organise and store your equipment and belongings, our design team started with Decathlon's experience in creating luggage. What followed was a year of prototypes, lots of durability testing, and plenty of discussions with real boxers. The conclusion? "You can organise your kit. We wanted efficiency and durability."
A tip for organising your boxing bag?
Julien, OUTSHOCK product manager, presents the 900 combat sports bag: "The idea came from boxing gyms where everyone spread out their equipment on the ground. It's a sport that involves a lot of equipment. So we wanted to offer a practical, technical, and optimised product. You often start with a jump rope, then you grab your wraps and your mouthguard. That's why we wanted a pocket for small objects."