Tennis Bag Suggestions?

Squaity

New User
I'm currently nearing the end of the Technifibre Rackpack. It is the OG one with the purple/orange colourway. It's seen a lot of mileage and now the top layer is peeling off/colour is fading off too. I had a pair of white shorts ruined cause I left it on top of the bag when I went to hit the showers.

I really like the design of the rackpack and how it opens like a gym bag. Is there any alternative? I don't really want technifbre again. Has anyone tried the Head Gravity one?
 

smboogie

Rookie
I'm looking to retire an old bag as well and really am thinking of going with the Babolat Duffle M Classic bag. Babolat also has some nice expandable racket bags if you like that style more.
 

snoflewis

Hall of Fame
if i had to buy a bag right now, it would be the new dunlop 12 pack. the tecnifibres with the tarpaulin outer is great, but they got rid of the thermal lining after the first generation which kind of kills it.
 

SDN

Semi-Pro
I believe that the Head Radical Agassi series (from '95 to '99) had an originality of design like few others; but that's my opinion
 

stapletonj

Hall of Fame
look at a bag one size bigger than you think you need, then go one size up from that. not needed quite so much in the cold indoor season, but a lifesaver in the outdoor season.
 

JoaoN

Rookie
I'm currently nearing the end of the Technifibre Rackpack. It is the OG one with the purple/orange colourway. It's seen a lot of mileage and now the top layer is peeling off/colour is fading off too. I had a pair of white shorts ruined cause I left it on top of the bag when I went to hit the showers.

I really like the design of the rackpack and how it opens like a gym bag. Is there any alternative? I don't really want technifbre again. Has anyone tried the Head Gravity one?
I am currently using the gravity sport bag, it is quite nice with a lot of space, the downside being the lack of a thermal pocket.
 

Squaity

New User
I am currently using the gravity sport bag, it is quite nice with a lot of space, the downside being the lack of a thermal pocket.
I was looking at that one too. Honestly, I've had bags with the thermal lining and I either don't play at a high enough level to impact my strings or the fact is they don't really do much. I used it more for keeping my drinks cool but I now have those double lined water bottles that keep my drink cold for hours. So, I can live without the thermal lining.
 

Squaity

New User
I ended up getting that Babolat Team Maxi backpack. I don't have a car anymore and so wanted something easier to carry around on transit. So far, the bag is really nice and functional. It has a lot of storage options. But I feel like the quality of the threads are on the cheaper side since it's the "team" line of bags. I definitely felt that the Nadal Aero line bags I've had before to be higher quality.
 

smboogie

Rookie
I currently have a Wilson 15pk and while it holds everything, it is HUGE and I'm sure there is stuff in it I don't need/use at all. Thinking the Babolat Expandable racket pack will be a great fit.
 

silentkman

Semi-Pro
I currently have a Wilson 15pk and while it holds everything, it is HUGE and I'm sure there is stuff in it I don't need/use at all. Thinking the Babolat Expandable racket pack will be a great fit.
you can never have too much stuff. you never know.
 

stapletonj

Hall of Fame
Figure the biggest size you need and go one size bigger, especially for the outdoor season, especially for unattended public courts. (toilet paper!)
 

smboogie

Rookie
Pro Kennex has a rackpack style bag as well.
It's a nice bag but will be the size of a Wilson 15pk bag, which is pretty large. I'm hoping to downsize a bit so it's easier to haul around but maybe these updated bags allow better organization and carry better b/c of it.
 
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ArliHawk

Hall of Fame
I just purchased the Epirus Everyday duffle. A little spendy but not filled with logos. Looks good to take to the office if I I’m playing after work.
 

JEDI MASTER

Rookie
the Nike Court Tech 1 bag has been the best bag I've ever used.. and have a spare new one in the garage for backup.. :)
Too bad it's no longer sold..

 
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