Dunlop M-Fil Bag Feedback..

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  1. pNoyr3D

    pNoyr3D Professional

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    Well.. I am really thinking of getting the Dunlop M-Fil Red bag soon, because I currently own 2 M-Fil 300's just to match it and I love the Dunlop Brand. Now I have a question, does it stay in shape when you carry it around, does it have alot of space inside and is there extra pockets inside, etc..

    Any of you own the bag? If so what are your experiences with it and what do you like/dislike.
     
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  2. Surecatch

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    I have the six racket bag and it does hold it's shape well although I haven't used it a ton yet due to some injuries having sidelined me for the last few months. The one I have doesn't have any pockets and that bummed me out a bit but I just carry three rackets in one side and fill the other side with all my other junk that I take with me. It works pretty well in the absense having one of those huge 12 racket jobs........to big for me.
     
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  3. pNoyr3D

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    Hm... No pockets! Haha, it's okay.. I'll probably do the same as you, since I have 2 Dunlop M-Fil 300's, just to match it.. I really like the Dunlop Brand..
     
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  4. d wayne

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    I bought the red 10 racquet bag because I have to carry a knee brace inside.
    The bag is great, roomy but not too bulky. I have used it for a year and it holds its shape well & looks great still- not much(if any) color fading.
    I use 1 side for my 3 mFil 300 racquets(also keep a plastic bag of lead tape there)
    The other side I keep extra socks, hats, used balls, wristbands & towels. In the middle, I keep my brace, a jump rope, containers of Super Grap and new balls.
    If it were not fo rthe brace, I would have picked the 6 pack and it would have been large enough to hold everything comfortably.
    It is a very nice bag
     
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  5. pNoyr3D

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    Thanks alot for the feedback d wayne.. Sounds like a really great bag. Over a year and it still keep's it shape huh.. That's pretty impressive.
     
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  6. Bogie

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    definitely very nice bag. extremely well made and durable, molded so it always retains the shape, comfortable padding, and the inside is huge- you can fit anything you can possibly imagine in there and still have room left over. and on top of that, the price is awesome. in my opinion, one of the best bags out there right now.
     
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  7. pNoyr3D

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    Awesome thanks alot!! Now all I have to do is save money and i'll buy this, thanks!
     
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  8. dunlopjew

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    wow we actually have amost the same setup then. right now im rocking the mfil 300 weighed to about 12 oz. strung with sensation 17L crosses @ 51 and hurricane 17L mains @ 61. and im using the red dunlop mfil bag as well. amazing bag by the way, along with the best racquets out there. no way you can go wrong. enjoy bro.
     
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  9. pNoyr3D

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    Thanks dunlopjew!! Yeah almost, I got full hurricane though.. Thanks alot for the bag feedback.. Gonna buy one next week..
     
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  10. CivicLx

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    I've seen a couple guys with the bag...I think Dunlop bags are molded so they keep thier shape...now if you sat on it everyday that might be a different story
     
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  11. pNoyr3D

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    Lol.. I don't sit on bags, lol!! That's awesome though. Thanks.
     
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  12. CivicLx

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    well you should be safe then:) that's too bad they don't have pockets but using the other section should work fine like surecatch mentioned. which color are you going to get?
     
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  13. pNoyr3D

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    I am going to get the RED one.. Matches very well with my M-Fil 300's..
     
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  14. GokuQ

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    mfil bag

    hi are you still looking for a red mfil bag, i'm selling mine
    barely used

    its the 10 pack one
     
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  15. pNoyr3D

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    Yes I am, 10 pack is a bit big I am looking for a 6 pack but how much are you willing?

    Instead drop me off an email at JAbad91 [at] gmail [dot] com ..
     
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