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    • bar soap is so much easier to find when you are traveling, pretty much universal sized, liquid soaps can vary so much and take up a lot more space for the equivalent amount of washing IMO

    • This is so interesting! Does it solve the common problem of "if you pack soap, any food you pack in the same suitcase takes on the taste of said soap" also?

    • interesting... question for you. Do you think a larger version of this bag would be good for holding gym clothes?

      I feel like my currently laundry bag material isn't ideal for the moisture post workout clothes and actually a smaller bag to take from the gym and put in my bag with my dirty gym clothes would be better then the plastic bags they give us in the locker room.

    • wow, you nailed it. Thank you that looks perfect.

      Riden’Dry bag, having its perfect air exchange, prevents bed smells, washing water stagnation, and this way protect clothes from dust and dirt.

      The laundry bag is composed of a double technical shell with highly resistant Nylon straps and D-rings in order to attach it easily on top of the soft or rigid bags, thanks to common straps (not included).

      The Velcro labyrinth closing has been studied specially to block dust or anything else. Therefore it is a very strong structure, occupying at the same time very little space in order to ”disappear” , once placed inside the bag.
      This item includes also strong Nylon cord with hooks and cursor regulator in order  to hang the clothes after washing. Next day everything will fit in the bag and the drying continues on the bike during the trip.

    • Bought one...used it to carry my Ivory Soap around Baja. Works exactly as advertised. No more slimy bars of soap for me. It's an unlikely luxury, not quite as good as agua caliente, but still good.