Moisture Guard or Thermal Guard for Rackets

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by y12.pats, Jul 5, 2010.

  1. y12.pats

    y12.pats Rookie

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    Alright
    So I have a wilson super six eco tour. With both moisture and thermal guard compartments.
    WHich compartment is better for raquets?
    Thanks in advance
     
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  2. new_tennis_player

    new_tennis_player Banned

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  3. y12.pats

    y12.pats Rookie

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    Thanks...
    I hav the red and black and I LOVE IT... its a beast of a bag
     
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  4. tennis005

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    I would use the moisture guard on rainy or humid days, especially with natural gut strings. Use the thermal guard on any other days.
     
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  5. The_Question

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    I gotta be honest here, the thermal guard is a joke! The past weekend, for example, inside the thermal compartment, my frames were as hot as the ones in the moisture compartment...
     
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  6. new_tennis_player

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    This is my concern as well.

    Why bother to have thermaguard for an all black bag anyway? The outside will draw a huge amount of heat no matter what.

    I'd think one would be better off with a white or light colored bag without thermoguard than a dark bag with...

    Having said that, it's not that difficult to find a bag with climate control/thermoguard at a nice price anyway...
     
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