Largest bag available

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  1. !<-_->!

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    As the title states, which bag current available do you think is the largest. This excludes duffle style bags. Not a fan of those. I know I can get a rough gauge based on dimensions, but I feel those can be misleading.
     
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  2. ClintimusPrime

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    Largest in terms of what?
     
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  3. Andyroo10567

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    The old K-factor bag. Someone had one on here filled with 20 K90s
     
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  4. Rafa4Ever

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    the older head tour team monstercombi are huge. The aero 12 pack is pretty big too
     
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  5. Hankenstein

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    I have tested a lot of bags and there are a couple that stands out.

    the easiest to find is the ones in current production ofcourse and that is the Wilson 15-pack. A really really nice bag with extremely good compartments and small pockets. Only downside is the straps are at the wrong side of the bag, making them dirty when playing on clay.

    Head´s old Djokovic monstercombi is semi-easy to find and that is the largest i have tested.

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    Babolats aero 12 pack is nowhere near those 2 bags. I currently have one Aero 12 pack 2013 and its really good quality and all but the bag interior is not close in size to the above 2 bags
     
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  6. gavna

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    I think for a stick bag the current Wilson Tour 15pak is tops. Thing is huge and can hold almost 20 sticks.
     
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  7. baseline_monster

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    I have the current wikson bag and it's huge when full. There was a weird dnx volkl bag years ago that made the head monster combines look subtle. I'll try and find the pics. [​IMG]
     
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  8. boinz

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    So is it right that all Wilson 15 Tour Pack all comes in the same dimension irregardless of current or last year's model. I'm seeing lotsa different measurement from different websites and vendors... even TW's measurement is different from Wilson's own
     
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  9. Big_Dangerous

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    Yeah I feel like the Head Monstercombi's are going to be the biggest. I got tons of space in mine, and I love it. I keep my 3 rackets in one section, my balls and other stuff go in the adjacent section. Then I keep all my wristbands and my water in one section, and finally I put my dampeners, change, keys, knife, flashlight, wallet, phone, and off spray in the last zipper compartment.
     
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  10. !<-_->!

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    Yea. My impression is that either the Wilson 15 or a Head Monstercombi would be largest. I just picked up a used Wilson 15, but the quality I'm not too keen on. Seems a bit flimsy.
     
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  11. BLX_Andy

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    Federer's 2013 Wimbledon Limited Edition 15 pack bag has a shell-like quality for the two exterior panels to protect the racquets. And they do manage to keep its shape. But it's pretty expensive.
     
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  12. El Diablo

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    TW had, until maybe a year ago, that super wide 22 racquet black/yellow Volkl bag. Perhaps you can find one used.
     
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