Best bags

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by kingofstring, Dec 3, 2011.

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Best bags?

  1. Wilson

    22.0%
  2. Solinco

    3.1%
  3. Head

    17.6%
  4. Gamma

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    0.0%
  5. Technifibre

    14.5%
  6. Donnay

    0.6%
  7. Dunlop

    4.4%
  8. Yonex

    6.3%
  9. Prince

    10.1%
  10. Other

    29.6%
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  1. kingofstring

    kingofstring Banned

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    Who makes the best bag can include old versions?
     
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  2. Centryx

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    where is the babolat option?
     
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  3. PhotoBlue

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    Babolat team bag 12 pack
     
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  4. USERNAME

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    Monster Combi from Head
     
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  5. SirGounder

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    Yeah where is Babolat? The Aero line is awesome. Great looks and great quality.
     
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  6. MAXXply

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    "Other" - namely Pacific bags and back when they were sold under the Fischer brand. The current Pacific black bags are superbly constructed, they make Wilson and HEAD feel like you're carrying your gear in a gymsack.
     
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  7. kingofstring

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    Oh my god how did I forget babolat!!
     
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  8. Seth

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    I really love the Babolat Aero 12 pack and the Prince Tour Team 12. Both have the built-in cooler. Really functional.
     
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  9. Jonahan

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    I have the Prince Tour Team 3 and 6. The 3 is too small for me, but the 6 is perfect. Has a thermal compartment and lots of space. VERY well made.
     
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  10. JulioBH

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    Wilson BLX Tour Super Six Federer. Awesome bag. Lots of compartments, moistureguard and thermoguard protects both sides of the bag.
     
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  11. toedragger

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    I couldn't agree more. I've had them all, and the Pacific bag I've been using for the past few months is simply the BEST built bag I've ever owned.

    It's holding up extremely well, and has the best design out there in my opinion.
     
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  12. zapvor

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    the prince ones are nice i think.....head has gone down hill. they need to bring back the older versions!
     
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  13. quest01

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    I would say the babolat aeroline 12 pack rafa bag, thats what I use anyways. The wilson blx tour bags are pretty nice too.
     
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  14. athiker

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    Wilson Eco Pro Tour Six is a nice bag for someone not looking for a huge bag (may no longer be available?). Not too big but comfortable room for 4 racquets, water, balls, an extra shirt and socks, etc. One thermo and one water resistant compartment, 1 additional long slim compartment, 2 small wallet/keys/phone side compartments and a ball can/water bottle sleeve. I like that it has both a handle and backpack straps. The Eco material seems thin but has held up really well...has kept its shape too. I have the red one...never owned a Wilson racquet though other than a aluminum Walmart special though. My racquets haven't seemed to mind.
     
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  15. ArliHawk

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    Babolat Aero for me. My wife got me the six pack for Christmas, and it seems very well made.
     
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  16. NJ1

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    Yonex Pro Series. Great quality bags.

    6-pack is the best size for me, I have the 9-pack as well but it looks stupidly big for 99% of occasions so it lies dormant.
     
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  17. shogun90

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    I have a KFactor Pro Tour bag, I like that it has both a Moisture guard and a Thermo guard sections. I also like that it keeps its shape and is very sturdy.
     
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  18. zsrocks42

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    Ikr!! Babolat bags are the best
     
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  19. parasailing

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    My current Wilson KPro Tour bag is starting to show signs of wear and tear and looking to find a replacement for it.

    I am looking at the Technifibre VO2 Max bag and wanted to know if anyone has some experience with this particular bag. Does it retain it's shape if you put a lot of stuff in it?

    I just wish it had thermal lining like the Wilson or Babolat bags which I would get but the padding on shoulder straps are really thin.
     
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  20. msalamon

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    Volkl

    Why no Volkl

    I have the new black and silver 9 bag--it's awesome!
     
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  21. ZeroSkid

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    Babolat by far and I don't even use a Babolat racquet: Babolat Aero Line in particular
     
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  22. shaneno

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    Wilson Rock... Federer Bag All The Way :)
     
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  23. sphinx780

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    I've loved my Babolat Aero 12 pack, best built bag I've ever owned compared to Wilson and Volkl models I've used in the past. I could give or take the drink cooler as it takes up space I'd rather have.

    This leads me to a question, mine is finally breaking down and I'm not super keen on the color scheme update and the price for them now. Anyone have suggestions for what I go with next?
     
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  24. i3602u

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    Yes babolat where is that

    This is tt so also where is TW bag?
     
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  25. i3602u

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    I use babolat for my racquets and keep a TW bag in my car for the racquets I string for others
     
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  26. ps2dcgba

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    My vote goes to Pacific especially the Basalt Thermal bags either XL or XXL....I have the XL....material is superior,thicker and I especially like the different compartments where you can put stuff it.

    I think the higher end Wilson bags are quite good, Babolats are nice, same with the Head Monster Combi (2009 edition) if you can get past the 'squeaky' shoulder straps..heheheh.The Prince higher end bags are also quite nice and robust.
     
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  27. kingofstring

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    I also use a tw bag for rackets I string for others.
     
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  28. Shruf

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    I really like babolat bags' clean look, but i prefer head
     
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  29. kengan

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    I think they're all more or less the same. I prefer using the same brand for my rackets and bags, so I stuck with Wilson. Wilson blx team II 6 pack for 30 bucks, can't go wrong with that. The fact that they included a shoe bag and has backpack straps were icing on the cake for me.
     
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  30. i3602u

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    Kingofstring - awesome that you do the same gr8 minds think alike
     
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  31. kingofstring

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    Indeed so my friend.
     
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  32. bosssauce

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    bumping this
     
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  33. SELFMADESOUL

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    HEAD mostercombi gets my vote - great quality bag with lots of useful compartments.
     
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  34. Dunloper62

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    Not on the list, but this one fits the bill for me.
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  35. Overdrive

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    You forgot to add Boris Becker..............
     
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  36. Timbo's hopeless slice

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    I have had a terrific experience with Volkls

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    I have this one and my son (who is 13) has the same one in Black and Grey (now on sale)

    Liam, in particular, is very hard on bags (and everything else!) and it hasn't missed a beat despite being carried on bikes, buses, planes and heaven knows what while being thrown about and packed with stuff.

    good design but BRILLIANT quality, zips, seams etc. VERY tough

    so, gets my vote.
     
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  37. Torres

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    I like the originality and non-branded design, but what is it? Does it hold racquets?
     
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  38. Timbo's hopeless slice

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    it is a cool looking piece of kit, eh?

    I dunno what it is either..
     
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  39. Relinquis

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    Voted Other: A tan leather duffel bag.
    Will last you a lifetime and looks better the older it gets.
     
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  40. Francis27

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    I like the babolat team line 2012 and that head prestige limited edition bag
     
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  41. BMWprestigem3

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    I love my HEAD Prestige SuperCombi Racquet Bag.
     
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  42. bosssauce

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    I want the one with the stand ahahha
     
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  43. PhotoBlue

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    Head Monstercombi Murray bag is the best. (2012 version)
     
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  44. bosssauce

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    No djokers is
     
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  45. PhotoBlue

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    It's the same bag, but I personally prefer the orange color and I use IG Radical.
     
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  46. jonnyboi09

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    Babolat Aero line 12 pack is a great bag! However, the Head Prestige Monstercombi from 2010 is the best bag ever in terms of quality, size, and compartments.(Plus it looks sick!!!)
     
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  47. Andyroo10567

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    Has anyone bought the Solinco Mega 12 Pack bag? I was considering buying the bag but i never heard ANYTHING about it. Looked nice too
     
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  48. nyc

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    I don't know which one is the best bag, but I do know which one is NOT: the New Head Tour Team 6 Pack.

    You can barely fit 2 sticks into the CCT compartment and the rest of the bag has cost-cutting written all over it.

    I want to get a HEAD bag but not sure which one to get now. 2012, 2011? Was there a particularly good "vintage" I could hunt for??
     
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  49. mongting

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    I use Prince Tour Team 12. Really like it.
     
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  50. tistrapukcipeht

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    Just got the new Yonex Pro 6 pack bag blue, the one Ivanovic is using, and it is a lot better than last year's, it now stands up right with only 2-3 racquets, unlike the older that would fall with the same, it's roomy , excellent finish quality and beautiful design, I love that blue they have.
     
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