What's the best bag for a competetive junior player (playing 4-5 times a week)

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  1. Roryp

    Roryp New User

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    I'm an up and coming junior, i play 4 or 5 times a week and i carry 3 or 4 rackets. I am buying a head racket if that makes any difference?...

    I'm looking for;
    Durability
    Size (pretty large as i carry a lot of stuff
    Looks are a bonus i don't really mind

    What's the best bag?
     
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  2. BCEagle01

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    Gotta be the Bab Aero Pro 12 pack. Best of everything. It's huge.
     
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  3. Roryp

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    It is a good bag i know but its 1 of the most expensive
     
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  5. Roryp

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    Thnx a lot wat about the other bags by head the tour team series?
     
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  6. Roryp

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    Any 1 got pics of their bags (preferably head?)
     
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  7. Carl The Cannon

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    If price were not an issue I would say the Wilson Super Six bags are some of the best on the market, if you can find a used one that may be the way to go. They have tons of space the backpack straps are amazing. I have the original aero pro drive bag, and it is definately quality but not quite as comfortable as the Super Six.

    -CtC
     
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  8. Roryp

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    Thanks
    I had my doubts before, u know anything about head bags
     
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  9. ClubHoUno

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    You have one and only one choice if you want the best quality bag - there simply is nothing better quality wise - Wilson Super Six Federer Limited Swiss Cross edition - best bag ever made:

    [​IMG]

    Head and Babolat bags sucks in comparison to this bag - I know, because I've owned both Head and Babolat bags (the most expensive of them)
     
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  10. Roryp

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    But isn't that THE most expensive bag there is
     
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  11. Carl The Cannon

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    I have never owned a Head bag, but every one of the orange ones the guys in my league own look filthy and have holes in them. I don't think the wilsons show the dirt and wear as quickly--- assuming you don't buy the federer bag- that thing would probably be filthy dirty in a week. :)

    -CtC
     
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    This makes you look like Federer wannabe :)
     
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  13. BCEagle01

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    no offense C.H.U., but you are a Dane right? Why would you want a bag with a Swiss flag on it. I am sure it's a great bag, but why not just keep using your old Fed bag or just a regular super six?
     
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  14. duketennisgal

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    I've had this bag for a while now and I love it. It's held up very well, the straps are comfortable to use either way (shoulder or back pack style) and there's tons of room. It's also only 49.95 which is a plus.

    [​IMG]
     
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  15. Spatula

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    I've had this bag for about 8 months now:

    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/descpageBGHEAD-TT07B9.html

    It's large (I carry 4-6 frames at a time), plus clothes, balls, sneakers, etc...with plenty of room to spare. It's been very durable so far. I have zero complaints about it. Best of all, it was cost effective @ $40!
     
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  16. Roryp

    Roryp New User

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    I've been thinking of getting that bag.
    Have you by any chance got some pictures of it?
    Thanks a lot
     
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  17. nCode747

    nCode747 Semi-Pro

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    or just a die hard fed fan
     
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