Post Picture Of Your Tennis Bag(s)...

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by TheShaun, Nov 7, 2007.

  1. 757tennis

    757tennis Rookie

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    check out my bag, the TW 9 pack is now navy blue, silver, and some black
     
  2. cujays

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    thanks but im talking about the all red bag
    its red where the blue is on your bag
     
  3. 757tennis

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    i think that bag was from last year and they just changed the colors around
     
  4. KhaosBaseliner

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    some pics of my Vantage stuff... just got about a week ago
     
  5. Bundey

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    Cool stuff, the logo looks like Virginia Tech.
     
  6. KhaosBaseliner

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    lol looks like your right =P
     
  7. Automatix

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    My new bag... PRESENTIIIIIIG the TF Tour 12r!

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  8. 757tennis

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    nice bag automatix :)
     
  9. Double Fault

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    That bag looks bangin'!
     
  10. dacrymn

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    Ooo, I like how the zippers are against your back instead of outside. That way

    1) You don't have to put the bottom of the back against your back (in case it was muddy or something

    and 2) Someone can't steal your stuff.
     
  11. Leelord337

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    its an awesome bag, after 2 years of use and abuse my tf 12 bag looks like new
     
  12. Leelord337

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    Man, I wanna hit w/a vantage...*Wahhhh*
     
  13. TheShaun

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    jonolau's TW 9 pack from another thread. thought it would be nice to have it here too.
     
  14. KhaosBaseliner

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    lol yea... i took a really big chance and got them without hitting previously with them... but im sure glad i did =) Mine fit my game perfectly
     
  15. Katlion

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    Yes what? You are sponsered? How did you get your sponsership if you have one? I want one, and I am a budding junior, so I need one, and I LOVE WILSON, so can you tell me how to get a sponsership??
     
  16. J011yroger

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    If you are top 5 in your section or top 20 in the country send me an e-mail.

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  17. Noveson

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    I have that same bag:) Already posted a picture, but my pictures are not as good.
     
  18. easternplayer99

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    i'm so tired of juniors on these threads asking for sponsorships
    if you're good enough the company will approach you
     
  19. JMS

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    not necessarily, i've had 4 offers, and I initiated sponsership talks every single time.
     
  20. JMS

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    Babolat racquets and bag:
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  21. manhster

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    Does the k-swiss bag have a shoe compartment?
     
  22. TheShaun

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    bump.......
     
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  24. ClubHoUno

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    I use the Wilson KFactor Federer limited edition Super Six bag in white, red & black. This is a great bag, but as some have mentioned, the only downside to this bag is the lack of smaller compartments for things such as string savers, overgrip, keys, cellular etc.

    Therefore I also own a Babolat Team Line Back pack bag - because this is a small bag with room for my string savers, over grips, extra shoes, keys, cellular and sports tape.
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  25. progman_2000

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    A $100 bag that requires that you buy a seperate bag to hold stuff it can't handle? Yeah, that's a great bag...
     
  26. Rafanatic

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    Cool bags.
     
  27. josef

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    sorry for the late reply.. yes, it does- the shoe compartment is on the bottom side.. it goes into the first racquet compartment though.. i don't really use it, but it's there..
     
  28. Rafanatic

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    How do you post pictures.
     
  29. jcstennis

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    This is mine... (maybe not much longer :) ) Great bag!

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  30. flash9

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    Yonex Pro 6-Pack

    Here is my Yonex Pro 6-Pack

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    All Open - With five Racquets
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    Even 27" Racquets are a tight fit.
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  31. flash9

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    Yonex Pro 6-Pack Continued

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    Except when I travel, I use the Shoe area for Tennis Ball Cans. :)
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    I added these easy to make pulls to the Zippers :oops:
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  32. Double Fault

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    Looks nice!

    What's the thing wrapped around in rope in the last picture?
     
  33. AmericanTemplar

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    Yo Flash nice looking bag!

    Irrelevent question: I notice that you tape the top of your grip/overgrip(?) about 1/2" from the top of the grip and I saw Blake doing the same thing when he was replacing an overgrip in the AO. Is that to make it easier to pull off or is there any other reason for not taping at the very top?
     
  34. flash9

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    It is not what you think

    Actually the white you see at the top of the handle is the elastic rubber band that is wrapped around broccoli when you purchase it. :oops: I find that a lot of the times the tape used for overgrips does not always stay when it is humid, and this kind help hold it.
     
  35. AmericanTemplar

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    Ahh, I see--quite the utilitarian with your broccoli bands and makeshift zipper pulss.:)
     
  36. hyogen

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    lol, you even burned the edges of the rope. Looks like it came like that from the factory ;)

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    here's mine. I really like it..very sturdy and looks great. it DOES have a nice side pouch that I dump all my energy bars, overgrips, dampeners, etc in. It could use one more, but it's fine the way it is I think. I love it a LOT more than my Head pro tour bag which started ripping at the seams only a couple months of owning it.
     
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  37. progman_2000

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    Hey Flash, you sporting a Woodie in that bag?
     
  38. flash9

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    Good Eyes

    Bad Joke - But if you must know YES :oops:

    I think every good male player should have a nice heavy Woodie. It is a Prince of a racquet! 14.1oz! :shock:
     
  39. Josherer

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  40. Leelord337

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    ^^^frigging pricey bag though
     
  41. hyogen

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    i almost wish I had gotten that bag or the GREEN one...not the army green one, but there is another really cool green one that is exactly like that at the pro shop.

    maybe it is the army green one...but i don't think so...
     
  42. jcstennis

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    Becker Series Combi 6

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  43. jcstennis

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  44. blackfrido

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    how do those Pro Kennex play?
     
  45. Loco4Tennis

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    its a 110sq racquet, graphite composite construction, i had one of them for a while now, its a solid racquet, it is kind of heavy and the swing weight is also up there from what others have told me, but it does hit the ball as such, so not to much speed is needed to send it flying with power, i got 2 more last year from "auction site" for $30 each, they are discontinued, not very easy to find anymore, it is also well balanced from factory, it does offer some spin, but its mainly a baseliner racquet, but forget about trying to get racquet speed because it is heavy, i think i measured it and it weight 12.5 oz if not mistaken, but the swing weight is what turns people off from it
     
  46. Leelord337

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    Nice bag & rackets. how do you like the becker 11 rackets?
     
  47. jcstennis

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    nice! i have stated this before... this racquet is made to play "tennis"... it's not a one-trick-pony! :) what i like most is it's comfort while still remaining very stable. control is very nice also. it really suits my game, it's a keeper!
     
  48. AJTx0

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    Bleh. I feel stupid.
    I just bought one of those new Head ATP 3 Pack bags yesterday, and now its shipping to me.. I just hope all my stuff fits in there.

    I only need to fit a racquet, a pair of shoes, 1-2 cans of tennis balls, and a Nalgene bottle.
    What do you guys think?
     
  49. Klatu Verata Necktie

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    The items you mention will fit in a 3 pack, but I normally recommend at least a six pack as you never know what gear you might want to have with you. You never know when you'll want to fit a towel, a change of clothes, or some food along with your regular gear.
     
  50. AJTx0

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    Thanks for the quick answer! :).

    Well, I guess I would like to be carrying light, as my tennis season for school is starting up, and I'd rather not carry a 6 pack along with my heavy backpack.
    I tend to carry my clothes on me, being the shorts under my jeans. I'm sure I can also fit a light t-shirt in there, but otherwise I don't carry too much stuff.

    Maybe next time I'll get a 6 pack! Ah, I'll remember to post up some pictures of the new Head bag soon :).
     

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