The Henty Wingman bag keeps your suits dry from sweat and road grit, and keeps it wrinkle-free as well.
Similar to the Suitpack and Suit Commute from the same company, the Wingman is a suit bag designed to meet the specific needs of bicycle commuters. The main suit pack rolls up and has recycled-PVC ribs that create a crease-free shell. A separate gym bag that stores inside the suit roll carries shoes, socks and accessories. The gym bag can be left home when not needed, or used on its own. A front pocket includes a padded laptop/tablet sleeve, which Henty says will be removable on future versions of the Wingman. The pack is carried by way of the adjustable, padded shoulder strap.
Henty built the Wingman for all types of cycling conditions. It includes reflective piping for increased visibility at night and a waterproof rain cover with reflective logo for inclement weather. It also has a webbing loop for attaching a bicycle light.
While bicycle commuting is the main focus of the Wingman design, Henty intends for the pack to be useful elsewhere as well. It built the bag to airline carry-on specifications, making it an easy way to transport a suit, laptop and other carry-on items on a flight. The fact that it splits into suit bag, gym bag and laptop sleeve means that it can be used for almost anything.
Henty’s Suitpack and Suit Commute are still in the works, but the Wingman is available now. Henty launched it last year and has it for sale on its website for $185.