Racquet bag

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by Nickac, Jul 24, 2012.

  1. Nickac

    Nickac New User

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    Ok so I want to buy a new racquet bag I'm thinking a 6 or 9-12. I ordered the head ATP tour one and send it back because it was cheap. It was made out of like windbreaker material. Super thin. I want something that is high quality like a thick canvas or something. It's hard to tell when you look online
     
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  4. Nickac

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    Is it weird to have one brand or racquet and different brand of bag. Personally me I would say no. Cause a good bag is a good bag even if you have a wilson stick and a prince bag

    Your thoughts?
     
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  5. Say Chi Sin Lo

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    It really depends on the person. I personally don't care. There are certain things you buy for aesthetic purposes, then there are things you buy for its functionality.

    I bought my Babolat Aero 12pack for its functionality (2 insulated compartment, portable cooler, hard shell, etc.) while absolutely hating its 2nd-grader inspired design: "Let's make it a bright neon yellow and put BABOLAT on every panels, buckles, and straps in case people don't know it's made by Babolat!"

    And I use a Wilson BLX90.
     
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  6. zapvor

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    the prince bag is very nice. i wish i had one
     
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  7. gamerx52986

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    I just bought one of the Tecnifibre VO2 Max 9pk bags and its very nice.Holds everything I need it to. I dont use a Tecnifibre racquet (have Slazengers) but I do use their strings.
     
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  8. baseline_monster

    baseline_monster Professional

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    Prince bags seem to be very good, look well built and functional. Personally, I am looking more at the big Adidas or Nike Sampras styled holdalls. Feel like an idiot walking on court with a huge racket bag, nothing worse than getting beat by a decent player who walks on court with 2 rackets and a bottle of water!
     
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