Can anyone suggest a bag for me?

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by blitzmage_89, Aug 31, 2007.

  1. blitzmage_89

    blitzmage_89 Rookie

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    I have 1 winghart racquet and i'm planning to buy a back-up extra racquet. 2 water jugs , a towel , 3 tennis balls , cap and a pack of pretzels. What bag do you suggest I can get with these things in mind? I'm thinking of getting a 3-pack bag or a backpack made specifically for tennis.

    Currently , I use a backpack but it's width is that of a 6-pack so it's very very bulky and not easy to use.
     
  2. soggyramen

    soggyramen Professional

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    you could try the babolat team line 6 pack as it's roomy enough for all the items but not too bulky
     
  3. the new new york

    the new new york Rookie

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    A tennis backpack would be perfect. The head ones are the best I've seen so far.
     
  4. Eviscerator

    Eviscerator Banned

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    Having nothing to do with looks (which is a personal taste matter), I'd go with a Wilson bad because of their Thermo Guard technology which is a great idea.

    I like this line, but look at the other Wilson bags, and make sure it has the Thermo Guard compartment to help protect your racquet's and strings.

    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpageBGWILSON-WUSOBG.html
     
  5. crazy8tiger

    crazy8tiger Rookie

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    I also think the Babolat Team Line bags are great ones to check out for their quality and room.
     
  6. akoni

    akoni Rookie

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    i just got a dunlop aerogel six pack bag and have been very impressed by it. great build, sturdy, and thermal protection like other brands. if that's all you're carrying a backpack from a tennis brand might be a good choice as well.
     
  7. roddick_rulz

    roddick_rulz Semi-Pro

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    Go with a wilson kpro six pack.
     
  8. brownie808

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    i use that, and its great. I use one racquet pouch for my racquets, and use the other racquet pouch along with the accessories pouch for all my other stuff
     
  9. ofey

    ofey New User

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    No need for all the new line K ones.

    Just the Wilson Tour 5 6-pack. At A$65/- in my local tennis store, it's a bargain... .
     
  10. blitzmage_89

    blitzmage_89 Rookie

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    i just bought a 3-pack yellow racquet bag for only $15 and i'm pretty much enjoying it. It's yellow and it fits with any clothes i wear
     

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