“No brand” 9 racquet bag... any suggestions?

#1
Hello, this maybe a weird question... I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions of a “no brand” 9 racquet tennis bag with 3 main compartments?

By “no brand” I meant none of the retail racquet brands as I do not use only one brand or racquet and I think most, if not all racquet bags with large branding are “too loud”.

Thanks.
 

Tennis_Hands

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#2
Many online retailers for tennis goods have their own racquet bags that are unbranded or you can look for tennis bags that are blacked out (the logos are black/very dark grey on black background). I know that there are such from Wilson and Dunlop.

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#3
Hello, this maybe a weird question... I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions of a “no brand” 9 racquet tennis bag with 3 main compartments?

By “no brand” I meant none of the retail racquet brands as I do not use only one brand or racquet and I think most, if not all racquet bags with large branding are “too loud”.

Thanks.
It's legal to put one brand racquet in a differently branded bag.
 
#5
I think the issue you run into with "no brands" is the quality can be questionable or it can be expensive... if you're unlucky it will be both
 
#8
I just use a Tecnifibre Rackpack. I have no Tecnifibre rackets but may have bought Tecnifibre X-One once. Though I admit the bag can be loud with big Tecnifibre logo print.
 

Power Player

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#9
I just use a Tecnifibre Rackpack. I have no Tecnifibre rackets but may have bought Tecnifibre X-One once. Though I admit the bag can be loud with big Tecnifibre logo print.
How do you like that rackpack? It looks pretty awesome. Any annoyances in the design that you discovered over time?
 
#10
How do you like that rackpack? It looks pretty awesome. Any annoyances in the design that you discovered over time?
Love it, especially at the clearance price through TW. Only thing I would want to improve is how low the bag sits on your back and how low the sternum strap is on me. You can dig through my post history to see a more detailed review of it.
 

Power Player

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#11
Love it, especially at the clearance price through TW. Only thing I would want to improve is how low the bag sits on your back and how low the sternum strap is on me. You can dig through my post history to see a more detailed review of it.
Awesome. I am grabbing one. Price is right and I am sick of digging through my bags for stuff. Love the organization of the Tec. I went with the XL.
 
#13
Hello, this maybe a weird question... I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions of a “no brand” 9 racquet tennis bag with 3 main compartments?

By “no brand” I meant none of the retail racquet brands as I do not use only one brand or racquet and I think most, if not all racquet bags with large branding are “too loud”.

Thanks.
Just buy a TW brand one. They're practically free.
 
#15
Hello, this maybe a weird question... I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions of a “no brand” 9 racquet tennis bag with 3 main compartments?

By “no brand” I meant none of the retail racquet brands as I do not use only one brand or racquet and I think most, if not all racquet bags with large branding are “too loud”.

Thanks.
I just went through the same process myself, preferring something different to a tennis manufacturer bag.

I ended up going with an Eastpak duffel, but there are a lot of sports and duffel / travel bag manufacturers that have designs with more tailored / unbranded exterior at the right size to fit a heap of racquets and shoes with multiple compartments.
 
#18
Just buy a TW brand one. They're practically free.
I bought one of these a while back, I remember it fell apart soon after
the zipper broke and the bottom of the bag started to fray after a few months..
not a good option for serious tennis players!!, maybe for low use, light duty

i do like the standing bags alot!! hopefully more companies will make these..
 
#19
I bought one of these a while back, I remember it fell apart soon after
the zipper broke and the bottom of the bag started to fray after a few months..
not a good option for serious tennis players!!, maybe for low use, light duty

i do like the standing bags alot!! hopefully more companies will make these..
That's too bad. I'd tell TW, they might replace it.
 
#20
I really am impressed with the rackpack so far. The XL holds 4 -6 frames, depends on how thick they are. I have 2 extremes and 2 pure Aeros in mine. The main thing to know is it doesnt really stand up on it’s own like a racquet bag will, but you can just tilt it a little more against the fence and it will be fine. It carries very light and comfortably and holds a ton of clothes. Doesn’t make any noise when I walk and doesn’t feel huge on my back either. I personally don’t need more than 3-4 frames in a bag, so I care more about organization and ease of access. It’s easy to organize this bag so just half opening the flap will have all the essentials right there - towel, water, frames. Also the dirty clothes/shoes bag is huge and doesn’t intrude on the stuff in the bag due to the design. It’s a really smart design.
 
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