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Slim Jim

World's Lightest Ski Bag

Bring your skis to the slopes with style and ease.

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Pick and choose between seasonal colours of Arctic White, Steel Grey, Pitch Black or Crimson Red. Regardless of colour, this bag comes with life-improving qualities.

Steel Grey

R 2,495.00

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Pitch Black

R 2,495.00

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Arctic White

R 2,495.00

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Crimson Red

R 2,495.00

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THE WORLD'S LIGHTEST WHEELED SKI BAG

Being the world's lightest wheeled ski bag, Slim Jim makes handling and carrying skis an easy task. Designed as a lean and extra light edition of The Douchebag, Slim Jim carries either one pair of alpine skis or several pairs of cross-country skis.

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LENGTH ADJUSTMENT SYSTEM

With an easy buckle maneuver, Slim Jim can be adjusted to fit all different lengths of skis up to 200cm – ensuring that the bag always stays rigid for safe and comfortable transportation.

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COMPRESSION

Thanks to its unique construction, Slim Jim is fully foldable. While not in use, it easily rolls up into a handy-sized and portable unit. This makes Slim Jim maximum storage efficient, taking up minimum space wherever it goes.

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EASY HANDLING

Slim Jim proudly carries the badge of being the lightest ski bag in the world. And just like The Douchebag the Slim Jim sports sturdy wheels and handles for easy handling and carrying.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

SLIM JIM FITS EITHER
One pair of alpine skis with poles, or
Several pairs of cross-country skis with poles

  • Width: 26cm
  • Height: 13cm
  • Maximum length: 216cm
  • Minimum length: 108cm
  • Weight: 1.7kg
  • Volume: 65 Liters
  • Outer Shell: Polyester 900D / TEP 500x500D
  • Inner Lining: Polyester 600D
  • ABS protection ribs
  • PATENT PENDING | PCT/IB2012/001599