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Old 11-27-2012, 06:17 PM   #11537
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Originally Posted by mad dog1 View Post
it's really quite simple. when you want to guard against thermo, use the thermo guard pocket. when you want to guard against moisture, use the moisture guard pocket.

j/k...the thermo guard pocket is mylar lined to insulate your gear from large temperature swings so it's like a cooler. the moisture guard pocket is for wet, sweaty clothes to keep it separated from your other gear that you don't want to get all wet and stinky.

this is the explanation from Wilson

Thermoguard: Protects equipment against extreme temperatures as well as to help maintain the racketís string tension

Moistureguard: protects equipment against damaging moisture
but both pockets are for racquets? I understand the thermal part, just not the moisture part? Maybe you put your racquets in there if its very humid??
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