How to choose the right sized Bag'in

Bag'in comes in several different models and sizes:

Nordic Bags

UTVÆR (Size XL) – 4 x 2 x 1 meters

LISTA (Size L) – 3 x 2 x 1 meters

FÆRDER (Size M) – 2 x 2 x 1 meters

ONA (Size S) – 2 x 1 x 1 meters

Mediterranean Bags

PALMA (Size L)  – 3 x 2 x 1 meters

RIO (Size M) – 2 x 2 x 1 meters

CAPRI (Size S) – 2 x 1 x 1 meters

Which Bag’in is right for you?

This of course depends on how much outdoor furniture you are going to store, but also how space-efficiently you stack the furniture. Measure the size of your largest piece of furniture to find the length and width, and use it as a starting point for which model suits you best.

For example:

If your outdoor sofa is over two meters long and you live in the Nordics, you should choose the model LISTA which measures 3 x 2 x 1 meters. If your longest outdoor furniture is less than two meters long, you could choose the model FÆRDER which measures 2 x 2 x 1 meters. All models are one meter in height.

We recommend that you try to imagine how the furniture can be stacked as space-efficiently as possible before choosing a model.

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Can’t decide between two sizes?

Bag'in is primarily made for outdoor furniture, but you are guaranteed to find more outdoor items to store in Bag'in. You can, for example, make space for the grill, flower boxes and pots, sports equipment, garden tools or other things that can withstand being outside in the winter. You may therefore want to increase the size if you are unsure.

At the same time, you should not choose a Bag’in that’s too big. This increases the risk of dents forming where rain and snow can accumulate. Remember to build the structure with a tent top so that water can drain off, and use the integrated straps to tighten the top fabric.

More things to keep in mind when storing outdoor furniture in Bag’in:

Make sure that the air ducts hang freely - It is important to make sure that the air vents in each corner hang freely and that sufficient air enters. Make sure you have enough outdoor furniture in your bag so that the air vents do not droop flat facing the ground.

Storage of cushions - If you want to store your cushions for the outdoor furniture in Bag'in, it is important that you check it with the supplier first. It will be the same temperature in the bag as it is outside, so everything stored must withstand the cold winter.

Beware of sharp edges - Be careful with sharp edges that could damage the fabric. You may want to hang a sock over sharp table legs.

smart add-ons

In our ADD-ONS section, we have a selection of smart accessories that both secure the outdoor furniture in strong winds, and help you keep your Bag’in free of dirt and tears:



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