Triple bags

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Which Triple Bag Should I Get???

  1. Wilson KFactor KPro Red Triple bag

    50.0%
  2. Wilson Pro Staff Triple bag

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  3. HEAD Airflow Series Pro Triple bag

    0 vote(s)
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  4. HEAD Extreme Pro Triple bag

    4.5%
  5. Prince Court Classic Triple bag

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  6. Prince Pro Team 100 Green Triple bag

    13.6%
  7. Nike Sport 2-3 bag

    13.6%
  8. Adidas Barricade Tour Triple bag

    18.2%
  1. Tofi

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    I need a triple bag. i've been looking at them on tw but its a little confusing for me. anyways if you could recomend me a good triple bag thats organised and filled with good space.

    thanks

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  2. ls206

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    I've just bought a new bag so I will no longer be using my Wilson Team 3R bag. Send me an email via my profile if you'd like to take it off my hands. :)
    It's in great condition - easily fits 3R + extras like balls/drinks/towels
    has 1 compartment and a side zip pocket.
     
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  3. Tofi

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    well could you post a pic or something??? i'll think about your offer

    thanks

    Tofi
     
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  4. ls206

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    here you go.
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    email me if you'd like it (under £10 delivered)
     
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  5. Tofi

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    does it have a shoe compartment??
     
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  6. Tofi

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    i forgot to add i want it to be organised and have space for strings valubles and a shoe compartment
     
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  7. ls206

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    No shoe compartment, just a "large pocket" and a small pocket.
    I'm not sure if any 3R bags have extra compartments - I could be wrong

    Do you mean to fit a reel of string or just sets?
     
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  8. Tofi

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    1 mini reel and afew sets of strings. also some do have shoe compartments like the head extreme pro 3 pack ,adidas barricade tour 3 pack, head airflow series 3 pro,nike sport 2-3 and wilson pro team and the list goes on. i'll take time to think about your offer.

    Tofi
     
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  9. ls206

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    haha, had no idea so many had shoe compartments.
    yea - no rush :)
     
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  10. Tofi

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    i mean wilson pro staff
     
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  11. SaunderS

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    you cant fit shoes in a 3r bag. i had a wilson one. it could easily fit a pair of shoes in but then no rackets could fit in. if you want to fit nearly all your tennis equipment in a bag, go for a larger bag. 6 pack should be fine.
    I have about 5 rackets but only use 1. I have the Wilson [K]factor super six black/gold and i can fit all my stuff in perfect, even the four rackets i never use!
     
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  12. Tofi

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    yeah but i'll just give you a list you can look them up your self and vote in the poll.
     
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  13. Tofi

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    Atm the vote stands 2 to wilson kfactor triple bag and 1 to adidas barricade tour triple bag.
     
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  14. Booyah

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    tofi are you sure you want a 3 pack? i really would suggest somethign bigger. you will need it later and it seems as though you are going to be carrying a lot of items. you should really think about getting a 6 pack or bigger. it will be worth it in the long run.
     
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  15. SaunderS

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    Coudn't agree more! 6 packs are way better than 3. Hold more, easier to carry, and not that much more expensive.
     
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  16. Tofi

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    well it'll depend. i want to carry a mini roll of string and 4 sets of string as well as shoes and valubles(phones, keys wallet etc..)
     
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  17. Tofi

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    also i recomend looking these bags up before you voters vote. I'm only getting 2 rackets though. it depends if my uncles come i might ask for a third and if i go to america i'm probabley going to buy another one or two so i might get a six pack instead depends though.
     
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  18. Tofi

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    is206 thanks for your offer but i'm turning it down. thanks. you could probably sell it on a selling site for something.
     
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  19. ag200boy

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    even if u only have 1-4 racquets i highly suggest a 6-pack back
     
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  20. Tofi

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    KK i might do it really depends i'll check them out
     
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  21. ls206

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    I think 1-2 for 3 bag 3+ for 6bag.

    I carry at least 2, sometimes more if I've strung a racquet for someone. I think I'd feel silly carrying just 1 racquet in a 6pack..
     
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  22. Tofi

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    theres an offer on the ktour black super six pack bag. its if i buy my racket i can have that bag for $24.95 or the ktour 6 pack for $19.95 so i might get one. if i buy 2 wilson k six one tour then i would have 4 rackets so i would stick them in my 6 pack probs.
     
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  23. Booyah

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    yeah it seems like you plan on expanding the number of racquets you have. the six pack is the way to go. it will fit everything you need.
     
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  24. SaunderS

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    The super six is really good. i have the black/gold one. i carry five rackets, 2 pairs of shoes, accessories(phone, balls, grips) and it is very comfortable to carry. I highly recommend the Super Six.
     
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  25. game set match 46 TIMES!!

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    the red wilson...
     
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  26. nCode747

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    Tofi, I really recomend that you shell out the extra 5-10 dollars and get a 6 pack. a 3 pack will hold 3 racquets and not much else. You where wondering about a shoe compartment, the only way you will be able to carry around shoes in a 3 pack is if you tie them to the zipper. but if you really want a 3 pack i would get the wilson kpro red. It is the widest one.
     
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  27. Tofi

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    Ok im probsd getting a 6 pack the super six as its cheaper and better as saunderS says. anyways i better go down to drink my cuppa.
     
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  28. SaunderS

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    Its not cheaper but it's worth the extra money
     
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  29. nns91

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    Is super six pack similar to 12 pack ??

    Anyone has photos of the babolat aero 6 pack. I am just afraid it's not big enough for 3 rackets, clothes, shoes and stuffs.
     
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  30. scraps234

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    if i were u i would get a six pack and be done becuz most of the time ppl have to go to a 6 pack

    but if u dont think so then get the barricade
     
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  31. SaunderS

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    Sort of. It holds nine rackets or the equivalent.
     
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  32. rafael17_13@hotmail.com

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    just get a 12 pack more space shoe compartment and you'll probably but it eventually
     
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