HOW TO PACK YOUR GYM BAG
Posted on August 20 2018
Looking for a gym bag with a wet kit compartment? Need a sports bag with a shoe compartment? We've got you covered! Here are our tips on how to pack our organiser backpacks for the gym.
1. Shoes in first
Only Fact + Fiction features a trademark antibacterial and anti smell shoe / food compartment in all our bags. Put your shoes or meal prep in first for ease, and then packing the rest of your kit on top. The shoe / food compartment is also flatten out, so you can squash it down if not using it.
2. Water or shaker
Fact + Fiction's range of organiser backpacks and totes all come with a separate, insulated, upright bottle holder (Lea has two!) Perfect for stopping spills and for easy access when you need it - no need to take the whole bag off if you're feeling thirsty or rummage around in a handbag to find your bottle :)
3. Kit in the main interior section / wet kit compartment
Pack your kit in the roomy, anti smell middle section. You can also add your wallet into the smaller interior zip pocket in here to keep it extra safe. This wet or damp kit section will fit a full change of clothes, small towel and a make-up / toiletry bag - its also breathable and anti smell so you don't need to worry about sweaty kit going in!
4. Laptop at the back
Our range of gym perfect backpacks are all laptop friendly so you can carry your laptop in style. Slip your laptop into the padded back section (we recommend using a protective hard case when carrying your laptop) once you have your kit or change of clothes in.
5. Phone in the easy to reach side slip pocket
Our unique phone pocket keeps your phone secure - just thread your headphones through the security loop and attach them to your phone! Its also each to reach and you don't have to take off the whole bag to access it.
6. Keys, travel pass and snacks in the front zip section
We don't recommend putting your wallet in here as its on the front of the bag - instead, use it for items you need to access a lot like a travel card, hand cream or lip balm.