Struggling to get this to work - Believe it's out of stock now.
Brilliant, thank you just ordered!
Great price. I purchased an Under Armour Undeniable 3.0 MD (£14.50 back on 23/11/18 ). Was interested in the bag in this deal but did a quick comparison and although they have slightly different styling the size/capacity is almost identical so think I’ll wait until a noticeably larger version is available on offer. Undeniable 4.0 MD: Dimensions: 30 cm x 62 cm x 33 cm Volume: 58 L Undeniable 3.0 MD: Dimensions: 65 x 30 x 35 cm (Width x Length x Height) Volume: 56 L
What's the dimension of it-will it be ok for plain bag?
Wish I held off now, I ordered a black bag last week from Adidas for just under £12, much prefer this black one, and it's a few quid cheaper... Must resist!! :S (y) Edit... Didn't resist for long...
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Hi does anyone know if this is the Xs one ? Thanks
Deal! Thanks, ordered
No it isn’t
That is an undeniable training bag!
Bags: Essential for Carrying Things Around
Wherever you’re going and whatever you have planned, the right bag will be a good accessory. As well as having practical uses, like storing or carrying things, the various designs of bag express the individual tastes of their owner. Whether it’s for school books, make up, mountaineering gear, or holiday outfits, there are bags designed specifically for the job.
New Materials for Contemporary Bags
In the past most bags were made from leather and other natural materials, like cotton or canvas. Leather is still a refined, elegant choice, often used in high-fashion bags and cotton remains perfect for day to day light use, but these materials aren’t ideal in more challenging environments. Recent advances have given manufacturers the opportunity to work with synthetic polymers like neoprene, Gore-Tex, and nylon to add colour, flexibility and strength to modern bag designs.
Which Types of Bag are Available?
Years ago bags for men were purely functional briefcases or rucksacks, but now they are as much part of the fashion mainstream as women’s bags. Many bags are also suitable for men and women, from expensive designer versions to practical basic bags and luxury travel luggage. Here’s a list of what you can find online or on a high street near you:
Cabin bags - Cabin bags can be taken on to an airplane as hand luggage, enabling you to escape the fees associated with checked bags. They usually have four wheels so they are easy to manoeuvre and a main section that opens right out, just like a suitcase. To the top many have a mesh compartment that can be used to store items that you might need before arriving at your destination, like travel documents or snacks. There will often be other zip pockets too, for organising smaller items. If you’d like a more flexible cabin bag, go for one with a carry handle or over the shoulder strap, so you can pick it up on surfaces that are uneven. When it comes to a maximum size and weight for airline travel, each carrier has their own specific set of restrictions, so check with them for details.
Shoulder bags - Shoulder bags can be large or small and are often used as an everyday bag; the strap sits over one shoulder or across the body. This makes them ideal for all sorts of activities, as both the wearer’s hands are left free. Also known as messenger bags, many have straps that can be adjusted to suit the height of the wearer, or even detached to create a bag that can be carried under one arm. Slightly smaller than totes and shopper bags, these have a number of handy interior compartments and pockets instead. Choose a casual design for everyday use or select a smarter style for a formal occasion.
Backpacks - If you intend to move around a lot during the day, if you’re going on a holiday or a sightseeing trip, then a backpack is essential. Backpacks are also mainly used as school bags for the heavy load of books and other school material that pupils have to carry around. Backpacks strap over both shoulders to distribute the weight of what you’re carrying, and leaves both your hands free for other activities. Slightly smaller than a rucksack, backpacks do have some similar features, like a larger main compartment, zippered closure and zippered front or inner pockets for smaller items. Many have padded straps for added comfort and they come in a huge variety of colours and designs.
Handbags - Handbags are used by women for keeping important items safe and conveniently close, both during the day and on a night out. These versatile pieces come in a wide variety of styles; they can be large practical tote bags, clutch purses, or small shoulder bags with a delicate strap. Handbags are very functional, but are also considered a fashion accessory and can be used to finish off an outfit or add a touch of designer luxury.
Luggage - Luggage is used by people who are travelling and need a way to transport what they need for the trip. Suitcases come in many sizes, from those compact enough to use as cabin luggage, to much larger versions. Some have wheels and a retractable handle to make them easier to move through an airport terminal or train station. You can buy lightweight cases for short trips, hard-shell cases to keep your possessions safe during international travel, and coordinated luggage sets for carrying more.
Briefcases - Sometimes referred to as an attaché case, these business-like items are often finished in leather with metal fastenings and feature a lid-over base. Inside there are usually internal compartments for holding separate documents and files, along with pockets for business cards and pens. Briefcases have a handle to make them portable and can be large enough to carry a laptop.
Duffle bags - Duffle bags are lightweight and ideal for holding large amounts of gear in one place. They are generally long and rounded in shape, with one handle on both sides and a central zip. Some have internal pockets for storing items that you might need to access in a hurry and others have shoulder straps for added utility. Duffle bags are often used by sports people for carrying their kit from home to the gym or training ground, but they are also popular with trekkers who can choose waterproof designs. As they are made from fabric, they can be folded or rolled up when not in use.
Equipment bags - Equipment bags are usually padded to safeguard delicate equipment whilst you are on the move. From cameras to audio apparatus, lighting and smartphones, high-tech devices should always be carried in bags that provide protection and reduce the risk of them being damaged. Large equipment bags are often built like a trolley, with two wheels and optional pull out handles. Smaller bags for transporting equipment are ideal for holding lots of extras, with separate pockets for items like lenses, cables, and smart devices.
Tips on Choosing the Right Bag for Travel
Choose a bag that’s finished in a bright colour. A vibrant shade of blue or red may not match up with your business or casual clothes, but it will be easy to spot amongst high volumes of other luggage on a carousel.
Look at the interior to see if it meets your requirements. Travellers often prefer to have lots of small pockets to ensure their belongings remain organised en route, and features like waterproof pouches are great for storing wetsuits or leaky bottles.
Bags that have additional loops are excellent if you’ll be clipping on extras like sleeping bags, smaller packs or trainer bags at some point. They help you keep at least one hand free for other things.
Before buying in a physical store, it’s worth testing a bag out to see if it’s comfortable and the handle is as long as you need it to be. Check that the case or pack feels strong and robust and that the back straps are padded as well. If you’re ordering online, have your travel bags delivered at least a month in advance, so you can carry out the same tests and return the items if they don’t feel right.
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Tips on Choosing the Right Bag for Business
Many people want to combine practicality and fashion in a business bag or briefcase, so they go for one that is manufactured in leather. Top-grain leather will maintain its appearance throughout many seasons, with the right care.
Go for a briefcase with a detachable shoulder strap for added utility, especially on long journeys, and a less formal feel at casual meetings.
Traditionally, briefcases are black because it’s a neutral shade that will coordinate with whatever you’re wearing. Popular second choices are darker browns and tans, but these can be more difficult to match with your clothing.
Don’t over complicate things; some briefcases and business bags have pockets for everything and this can lead to documents and smaller items getting lost. Unless multiple compartments suit your profession, it’s easier to keep track of what’s gone where if you stick to a design with one or two pockets, and maybe a mobile phone holder.
Tips on Choosing the Right Fashion Handbag
Handbags are great style accessories, but aren’t of much use if they don’t keep your possessions safe. Check that the design you like has a secure pocket or compartment for your purse, mobile phone and keys, so you can slip them away from the rest of your belongings.
Black is a great shade to go for because it can be used again and again, whatever you’re wearing. Other good neutral handbag shades are grey and tan. If you feel like a change, you could go for a tried and test shade with added texture, like soft quilting or pebbled calfskin.
Some people like to buy lots of cheaper bags and others like to make an investment purchase that lasts longer. If you go for the more expensive designer bags, they can be put away for a few years when you feel like a change then brought out again. However, if you prefer to get a new handbag every few months, it makes sense to opt for less pricey styles.
Shoulder straps are handy if you will be carrying a bag for longer periods of time and you would prefer to have both hands free. For added stability, go for a cross body bag with an extendable strap that won’t slide around while you’re walking. A bag with a simple carry handle is adequate for shorter trips.
What to Look for in a New Bag
Whether you need a reliable business briefcase, a robust all-weather holdall or a chic designer handbag, there are a few points that might help to hone your selection skills.
Is it Functional?
A bag should fulfil the function you have in mind, whatever that happens to be. If you’ll be using a backpack on a camping trip, then trendy ones with pockets that are too small or it has odd zips that don’t serve a purpose, will be of less use than one designed for carrying equipment. Duffle bags and packs from outdoor specialists often have taped seams, built-in dry pouches and waterproof fabric, making them ideal for use in all environments, but if you’ll be using the pack for work a less robust option could be more appropriate.
Is it the Right Size?
Bags come in many different sizes, those which are large enough for many different tasks and those which are so small that their main purpose is aesthetic – like clutch bags. If you’ll be using the bag on a daily basis, it’s worth considering whether it’s large enough to store everything you’ll need, but not so big that it gets in the way, or becomes difficult to carry. Check that the dimensions of a briefcase are enough to store your laptop if you’ll be carrying it around, but also factor in extra space for other items.
For duffle bags and luggage, you’ll need to think about how much weight you can reasonably carry and also what the airline restrictions are if you’ll be travelling by plane.
Is it in Proportion?
Proportion is more of an issue for people choosing a bag for daily use. Women can select a handbag that suits their frame or helps create a certain look. As a rule, larger handbags make the wearer appear smaller, whilst handbags with long straps can add height. Women’s handbags come in a range of shapes and sizes, but men’s bags tend to be more angular in design. Bags designed for men also tend to be large and don’t have the kind of embellishments you’d expect on a woman’s bag, like tassels or branded metalwork.
Buying Cheap Bags
For high-end handbags or briefcases, you could watch for reductions on the designer’s homepage; Mulberry has sales twice a year, just after Christmas and in the summer, as do YSL. Large department stores like John Lewis and House of Fraser stock lots of designer brands, so you could check their collection online during the Black Friday sales, when they reduce many items. For larger suitcases, duffle bags and trolley bags, Antler has a permanent sale section, or you could visit the travel clearance section at the Mountain Warehouse.
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Most people leave reviews early on, often on arrival. Amazon loves asking for early reviews. Some of the bags pictured were faulty/poor on arrival. I buy more direct from China and than most and am used to the quality lottery. These have signs in the advertisement that they're from China sellers with UK stock. The reviews put me off as I almost bought. You pay your money and take your chances. Maybe next time I'll say nothing.
What percentage of people are having these problems, seems like most are happy with a 4.4 stars from over 100 reviews. Heat from me.
Can you transport ham and cheese sandwiches in these?
Always disappointed with buckles which turn out to be press studs as they are much less secure and long lasting :(
Check the pics in the reviews, poor quality, falls apart.
I use one just like this over a motorcycle jacket. In terms of keeping it cold, I pop mine in the freezer and let it start turning icy, breaking it up if needs be before I head out. Also store them empty in the freezer to stop germs/mould in the tube
Sounds like even more fun now haha
how to clean it though
I've had this item for 3 years (same seller from ebay, cost £10 delivered in 2018). I only wanted a replacement 2 litre "bladder and tube", but this was almost the same price including the bag. I've had to fiddle and adjust with additional straps to get it comfy for running - I expect a more expensive pack (from decathlon) will have more potential adjustments and comfort options "out of the box", but there is nothing bad about this item, recommended. As with all these bags. I recommend only ever fill with water, and disconnect and dry out for storage, or will quickly get horrible and moldy!
Went in earlier was looking for Size 11s myself but didn't have any had a few 8.5s but were bringing stock out as I left
Any adult football boots? Specifically in a uk 10 or 10.5 Thanks in advance. I live an hour away
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Let us know what you get.
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