Best bag for around $60?

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  1. myalterego

    myalterego Rookie

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    I'm using a cheap flimsy Wilson one right now, and I'd like one with more space and more durable construction. I need the bag to hold 2-3 racquets, a pair of shoes, towels, grips, sweatbands, bandannas, my phone, my wallet, my keys and some water/Gatorade. What bag is the best value for $60?

    Thanks!
     
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  3. Lakers4Life

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    I picked up a Boris Becker 9-pack bag, but it's really has two racket compartments, 6 and 3. The 3 side I used to store my jacket and towel. It also has a side pocket with a cellphone and money holder. Last but not least it does have a shoe pocket at the top. All for $20.
     
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    Got a link lakers4life? Getting a 9 racket bag for $20 and championships back to back is too much....share, man.
     
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    I don't know if they sell online but you can call 323 - 663-6601.
     
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    Thanks for the tip Lakers4Life, but you're right, they don't do mail order.

    Honestly, I have this thing for bags, much worse than for tennis rackets. I think I better contact shopaholics anonymous as I may wind up with 3 or 4 bags, or more.
     
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  7. flashfire276

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    If you can go for a bit more, really get the AeroPro bags. Probably the best bags ever in my opinion. Has great quality, durability, and the most features (even has a water cooler!!!!!)

    If not, the Wilson Pro Tour Super Six is really nice. I got a brand new one for $40 on e Bay. Great sturdy construction, and has some really nice features to it (great thermo guards and moisture guards).
     
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    Flashfire, are you ok with the wilson not having a shoulder strap, or a separate shoe compartment?

     
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