Mesh Shower Bags for Dorm, Camp, Pool, Gym
Into the shower, dry in an hour
The Original Mesh Shower Bag, designed here in 1998
Sturdy Standup Mesh
Doubled 30" Strap for hanging up at back
4 roomy pockets, one inside
Hold 6 bottles with room for accessories
9" tall, 6.25" diameter - small (shown on right) holds 5 bottles inside
10" tall, 7" diameter - large holds 6 bottles inside, with larger outer pockets
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"Awesome product, great price and lightening speed shipping. Thank You!!! Love it!!"
S. Fox, San Angelo, Texas
"This is part of a high school graduation gift for my nephew.
I have filled it full bathroom necessities. Holds quite a bit of stuff!" B. Moore, Frametown, WV
The Mesh Shower Bag goes right into the shower with you and dries fast. Fill it up with shampoo, conditioner, soaps, comb, toothbrush; all your shower goodies now fit into a single bag. The Mesh Shower Bag keeps all of your items upright and accessible, so you'll never have to worry about braving slimy mildew to find your stuff. Perfect for college students at the dorm, swimmers, gym members, campers, travelers, RVers, mariners, cruisers, or a last minute overnight. The strap located at the back of the Mesh Shower Bag allows for easy hang-up in the shower, and a quick dry wherever you store it. This bag also stands up in the shower or squashes for easy travel. Fill it for a graduation gift they can use for years.
"Tired of soapy shampoo bottles mucking up your gym bag? . . . mesh shower bags are a cute, clever solution. The cylindrical bags feature external mesh pockets to keep items upright and accessible. A web handle means you can hang the bag in the shower, then simply shake it out and store it . . . these mesh shower bags promise to endure longer than your gym membership." Shape Magazine, 1998
"I received the Mesh Shower Bag as a going away to college gift and now all my dorm-mates want them. It's the best!" Kristina C., San Francisco State University Student