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

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

  1. George-415

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    For my buddy gmatheis, see you saturday at tryon. From your favorite puertorican
     
  2. Bdarb

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    body bag either.. things hugggeeee
     
  3. shaneno

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    WOW how's that solinco bag?
     
  4. Crisp

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    Goat of bags?
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  5. Say Chi Sin Lo

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    K-Factor? Probably

    BLX? Hell no! Bought one and sold it in record time.
     
  6. Crisp

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    Yep was defs talking about the k factor... Blx bag no way.
     
  7. Curryinahurry139

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    You seem to have an extra wilson blx bag *hint* *hint*
     
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    that's a cool head bag... don't think it ever got here in SG; really drooled over it...
     
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    That thing looks huge:shock: You got any pics? If by chance you're only like 5'6, would love to see some pictures of you wearing it:)
     
  17. chippy17

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    it is huge but in a good way, 14 racquets in theory, I need to carry a lot of 'stuff' around, I do not always use it as I have 6 as well...
    I took a couple of pics I will find and post
    I am around 6ft so looks ok :) my 11yr old daughter did carry it the other day, I was worried for a second as I thought it might scrap along the floor

    great bag
     
  18. kimguroo

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    Just recieved back pack style yonex bag.
    I used to carry many rackets but nowadays I just want to carry a few rackets and want to be minimalist haha. It has many compartments, smaller than 6 pack bag but better because there are many spaces. Very efficient.
    The bag can fit 3 rackets. Possibly 4 rackets for thinner rackets.
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    It has a shoe compartment too but I will put waters there. It fits about 5 bottles of water. Well made.
     
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  19. tennissavvy

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    What kind of sports drink (powder) in the bag?
     
  20. kimguroo

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    It's a secret blue power hahaha.
    It's just powerade powder. I prefer Gatorade or poweade powder since I can control sweetness. Bottle of those are too sweet so I put much less power into water bottle. Sometimes I put 30% orange juice, 50% water and 20% powder.
    It makes strange color. Every time people ask me what I am drinking ^_^
     
  21. dolphinsrus

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    Here is my Wilson Federer Bag Limited Edition. Great Bag that dent lose its shape when empty. My only complaint was the lack of pockets, so I attached with velcro a laundry bag and works like a charm, so no complaints now :)

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  22. QuadCam

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    Where did you find this Yonex backpack? IS that part of their badminton collection?
     
  23. boinz

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    Very nice! I am very tempted to get the white one after seeing your pics. The pacific I was using got many sections which helped me getting organized. Although this is smaller but I think it works
     
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    So nevermind that she might fall over and get trapped beneath the bag...as long as the bag doesn't scrape on the floor right? hahaha just jokin bud!:)

    kim, way to hide your PEDs in plain sight!:shock:

    Nice custom job dolphin. Looks good!
     
  25. ThomasGB

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    Looks incredible!
     
  26. kimguroo

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    I got it from Asia. Actually some of Yonex bags do not really differentiate between tennis and badminton. Both tennis shop and badminton shop sell this bag. It's good to put 27" but not sure about extended racket though. Have not tried yet.

    Actually I wanted neon green but I felt that lighter color might get dirty easily so I decided to go black one.
    Very useful bag. Even though bag is small/compact, I don't feel small Because of multiple storage space. I like it so far.


    It's my PEJM (Performance enhancing Juice mixture) hahaha.
    I like some sweet drink (not too much sugar) during intensive tennis session or match ^_^
     
  27. boinz

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    Is there a neon green version???? Saw only black and white
     
  28. kimguroo

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    Black and white color is available in japan
    And other colors are available in other countries.

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  29. Oriental_Noodle

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    Where can I get this please?? Need a replacement for my 6 pack bag. Thank you
     
  30. boinz

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    nice! thanks kimguroo... i am spoilt for choices now :oops:
     
  31. kimguroo

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    Similar style of bags (I think it's previous model) might be available in US or Canadian store.
    If you want exact style of bag, either Japan (black or white color) or Stores in Korea. Actually Korean stores sell cheaper than Japan.

    I like colors hahaha but had to go with black for long term usage.
    Neon green might be my first choice but could not go since I have to put the bag on ground often. I tested to put 27.25" racket and it fits too. Have not tried 27.5 or 28" racket yet. I really like this bag since it's compact size.
     
  32. Oriental_Noodle

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    how much did you pay for the Yonex backpack may I ask?
     
  33. kimguroo

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    I receive it as a gift but probably close to $60.
    In Japan, it's over $75.
    I've seen similar style bag (previous model) in US or Canada and it was around $60.
     
  34. The_Racketeer

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    It's the white Head Djokovic 6-pack bag. I've only got 3 racquets and it easily holds them in the 1 thermal pocket (which actually works and keeps them cool). The other side has a larger area that I throw drinks, balls, and towels in. The smaller side pockets are great for wristbands, socks, dampeners, strings, overgrips, etc. There's a tiny lined pocket that I keep my cellphone and keys in. Straps are super comfy.

    Looks great and for $75 you can't beat it if you only have a few racquets.
     
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    I bought a similar bag based on your post. I love the compact size and more backpack-like construction.

    I found an older, but similar model at a local badminton retailer for about $35.00 (SF Bay area)
     
  36. kimguroo

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    Where is pics???? Haha
    Was it yonex?
    Probably some of badminton shop might carry this kind of bags.
    Older one is cheaper but probably has similar storage spaces.
    It's good price ^_^
    Size is smaller than 6 pack bag but many storage compartments give more room to put stuffs. I don't carry shoes in my bag and I put 5 bottle of waters so I wish shoes compartment has cooler insulation then it might be perfect ^_^
     
  37. thephamily

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    Anyone know what bag this is? I love the minimalist, no logo look.
     
  38. Oriental_Noodle

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    Found it on Rakuten market in Japan, cost around $95 to have it shipped to my country. Still don't know if I should get it or not :(
     
  39. Dunloper62

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    It's the "Nike Ultimatum Advantage Tennis Duffle".
    Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v3hpAeAeIbE
    I just took the Nike logo off, wanted a non branded tennisbag.
     
  40. thephamily

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    Thanks, great looking bag! Seems like you can't get it in the US though... :(
     
  41. thephamily

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    Do you remember how you took the Nike logo off? Some kind of goo remover perhaps? Thanks.
     
  42. ArliHawk

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    I like this, wish it was available over here.
     
  43. Ghost3789

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    What do you guys use as dividers between the racquets in the bag?
     
  44. snoflewis

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    i used to put individual racket covers (the ones that come w/ tweener and super light rackets) and put them in my bag. and then i would put my rackets inside the racket covers so my rackets weren't chipping from hitting each other in the bag. but after a while, it was getting annoying taking my rackets out of my bag so i stopped doing that. i imagine those plastic bags that pros have to protect their strings would help
     
  45. Ghost3789

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    Snoflewis, at the moment I only have 3x racquets in my bag. So I put 1x racquet in those racquet sleeve and put it in the middle. :)
     
  46. struggle

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    Nothing 10char
     
  47. ArliHawk

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    I only have 2 racquets in my bag, so I just put my towel between them. Works well enough.
     
  48. sainttom

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    Hey guys, is anyone able to post some pics of the Tecnifibre ATP Pro 10 Pack or Monster 15 Pack for me?

    If anyone has one of these bags can they tell me what the size is like in proportion to the bag below? I've been borrowing the Prince bag below after mine rippped. Ideally I'd like something that's the same size as it as for my new bag. Not too sure what bag would be closer in size, the 10 or the Monster.

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  49. struggle

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    Just get the big one (15) even though the specs are only 1 inch different. I haven't analyzed the differences in pockets etc but the 15 is well thought out and dammmm well made.
     
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    I generally like my things mostly black with minimal branding design elements. So I roll with this Wilson bag (bought from a TT forum-er :)

    Pretty simple:
    - Two side compartments fits racquets (3x mine, 1x wife's)
    - One side pocket holds smalls: keys, phone etc
    - One main compartment to hold everything else
    - Backpack style shoulder straps for when I ride to the courts

    Added some dangly reflective bits for when I ride home at night.

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