Kinda Off topic- If i have 2 rackets, should i get a bag?

Discussion in 'Racquets' started by HeadFed, May 15, 2005.

  1. HeadFed

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    topic (3 pack bag)
     
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  2. CivicLx

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    Yeah I would get a bag if I had 2 racquets. Seems like you can get pretty decent ones for a good price. besides carrying the extra racquet, you can probably carry quite a few things like extra clothes, balls, jock strap etc :) And hey, let's not forget that you'll look much :cool:
     
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  3. Lakoste

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    i would get it
     
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  4. ragnaROK

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    you can put a bunch of other stuff with those 2 rackets in the bag.
     
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  5. ffrpg

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    It would be useful to get a bag. If you don't carry a bunch of stuff, then there's really no point. It's always nice to have an extra water bottle, band aids, overgrips, a towel, etc. If you play a lot of tennis, definitely look into getting a bag.
     
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  6. AndrewD

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    And if you dont mind the little extra size (you wont really notice it unless its full) a 9 pack is often not much more expensive than a 3 or 6 pack. I use mine not just for tennis but, because its got the backpack straps built in, also when I go away on holiday. More than enough compartments for clothes, shoes etc.
     
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  7. Redflea

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    H*ll yeah, you need a bag - definitely. What's that they say? Oh yeah...Life w/out gear is a life unlived.

    Must-have gear...extra overgrips, towel or two, bandaids/moleskin, spare vibration dampener, socks & shirt, money (bills & change), two or three cans of balls (always one unopened), sweat bands/hat, pen & paper, business cards (you'll never know if they'll call if you don't give him/her your number), deck of cards, iPod, paperback (pass the time between matches), water bottle, snack bar/munchie, and suglasses.

    Unfortunately, there won't be any room for your racquets, so you'll have to carry them in your hand. Or you could get two bags... :)
     
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  8. ong1

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    of course you need a bag, let me ask you a question.
    are you playing tournaments or anything? if you are, i suggest you get the two identical racquets a a bag. thats what my coach said to me.
    i got it! hehehe...
     
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