Should I buy the Red prestige bag ?

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  1. Tdot

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    Hey guys,
    Being a recreational tennis player, I usually carry around 2-3 racquets (4 at most). I have always been using Head combi size-ish bags and I find them to fit my needs perfectly. However, after 3 years of wear and tear, it should be time for me to look around for a new bag.

    Do you think I should buy the Prestige monstercombi or just stick with what works and buy the Orange tour 2009 combi ?
     
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  2. tennisdude083

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    If you have the extra cash, I would go with the Prestige bag. It looks awesome, but it is also huge, so you probably wouldn't need a new bag for quite a while. I would get it but its too damn expensive. There is nothing wrong with the regular combi either, as it sounds like you have been satisfied with the size. So it just comes down to how much $$$ you're willing to drop.
     
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  3. Blask

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    Can anyone relate this bag in size to the wilson line? Is it like a super 6 or even larger?
     
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  4. mosh17

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    I would guess that it's pretty similar, but slightly larger than the wilson because the dimensions say its a couple, 2, inches wider and higher.
     
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  5. jwbarrientos

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    Don't be shy, go for it.
     
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  6. mosh17

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    I'm in a similar situation, with looking for a new bag and all, and I was wondering if anybody knows if this bag is any better or worse than the special edition djoko bag. I found a site that has both for the same price so thats not an issue.
     
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  7. T1000

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    This bag is awesome. The cosmetics are solid, it's lighter than my yonex 9 pack when both are fully loaded, Lots of room and organization. Only problem is lack of the separate shoe bag and wet/dry bag promised in the descriptions
     
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  8. mosh17

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    Does this bag have the same rubber pads or "feet" on the bottom like the djoko monstercombi?

    thanks,
    mosh17
     
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  9. T1000

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    mosh, it doesn't have the feet on the bottom.
     
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  10. mosh17

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    T1000, do you know if the prestige edition has the same internal compartments as the other monstercombis?
     
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  11. T1000

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    In the big accessory compartment it has three "pockets" and in the non thermal pocket it has a small pouch. It has nothing in the thermal compartments and no drink compartment.
     
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  12. mosh17

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    Alright, thanks

    mosh
     
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