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  1. EKTiger

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    Hello TW, can you please highlight the differences between Pro endurance training bag and Rackpack club bag? Thanks
     
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    @EKTiger,

    They are very similar bags. The biggest difference is the material they are made from. The Pro Endurance line is made with a more durable material (Tarpaulin) than the RackPack line. They are slightly different in size as well, with the Pro Endurance Training Bag offering a tiny bit more space.

    Hope that helps,

    Michelle, TW
     
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    I was also looking at these two, specifically as a bag I can travel by plane with (on-board) that can hold 2 racquets. It looks like the Club bag is smaller and thus less likely to get flagged by TSA as too big to be a carry on. What do you all think? I'd prefer the bigger bag, but don't want to invest in something that doesn't get through airport security. As reference, I own a 2-compartment Babolat racquet bag w/ backpack straps similar to this one, and TSA has forced me to check it in the past. :( Any recs would be appreciated!
     
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    @surfandturf,

    I'm no TSA expert, so the best advice I can give you is to check their official measurements and then compare them to the bag measurements we have posted. :)

    As far as the Rackpack, I have traveled with one, but I checked mine -- it is a bit large and while it would fit in an overhead bin, it definitely wouldn't fit under the seat in front of you.

    The Club bag is indeed, a bit shorter so would be more acceptable I would assume. But it won't hold 2 racquets. I actually think Chris has traveled with this bag and it should be suitable as a carryon, but again -- we aren't TSA experts.

    The bag I've consistently been using as a carryon is the Babolat Team Maxi Backpack -- it will hold two racquets (with the handles sticking out) and carries at least a weekend's worth of gear.

    Hope that helps,

    Michelle, TW
     
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    Thanks, Michelle!
    Completely understand you're not TSA experts ;) just wanted some feedback on the sizing since it's tough to gauge online. The description for the club bag does stipulate it can fit a couple of racquets, and the video also looks like there are 2 racquets inside. That said, it does seem they fit diagonally. That's my hope at least!
     
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    @surfandturf

    Yes -- sorry, the racquets fit diagonally in the smaller Club bag. I actually went to go take another look at the Club bag to confirm, but it is currently backordered so we don't have any in our warehouse at the moment.

    Michelle, TW
     
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    Ahh that's too bad. If it comes back in stock, I'd love to get your thoughts after seeing it personally. Thanks!!
     
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