Best 3 racquet bag?

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  1. thefan

    thefan Professional

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    I play recreational and I have two raacquets. Sometimes I would carry 3. Can anyone reconmend me a good 3 racquet bag? Pictures would be nice.
    Thanks you
     
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  2. aaron 3000

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    the best 3 racquet bag would be a six racquet bag.
     
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    babolat 6 pack... either the team or aero bag though.
     
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  4. TheShaun

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    I agree, if you think you need a three racquet bag, you should probably go with a 6 racquet bag. There are some smaller sized ones out there. Maybe one of the Wilson ones.
     
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  5. thefan

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    I really dont think I will carry that much to the courts ,I been doing fine without bringing a set of clothes, shoes, strings, grip. I want to carry something light and portable. Any recommendation for a 3 pack?
     
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  6. Lejanius

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    most 3 racquet bags have only room for 3 racquets and that is it. no room for much else

    if you carry 3 racquets and anything else I would buy a 6 racquet bag, but that is just me
     
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  7. Spokewench

    Spokewench Semi-Pro

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    I use a 3 racquet Babolat Bag - it has held up nicely. However, I usually just carry 2 racquets at the most and then have room for a couple of cans of balls, and even a jacket and warm up pants (with hat and other tiny essential gear thrown in.

    I find it is nice to have room for a few other things than just the racquets. I don't need more than 2 racquets. One to play with, one on the side in case of breakage.

    spoke
     
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  8. Behtareen

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    tenniswarehouse bags.
     
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  9. ls206

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    Are all your racquets in the full size cases?
    If not it may be worth looking at a thermo bag.
     
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  10. some6uy008

    some6uy008 Semi-Pro

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    I was like you OP. I originally carried 2-3rackets with me when I went to the courts, and figured I would just buy a 3 racket bag. Then I would start packing water in the bag, and then towels and then shoes and eventually went to a 8racket bag. I am much happier now

    My 3 racket bag now just sits there empty in my garage :(
     
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  11. shoesandko

    shoesandko New User

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    Do not waste time on a three racquet bag, it is just a larger head cover. You will discover that you need at least a six-pack for all the stuff you will start to carry around. For the extra $10 - $ 15 get a six!
     
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