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I need a big bag, 9rackets +

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by sweetbeanbread, Oct 31, 2010.

  1. sweetbeanbread

    sweetbeanbread Regular Member

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    As the title states, I need really big badminton bag. So far I'm looking at Yonex 9 rackets bag but they look kinda ugly. If you could can you link me a picture so I can have a look. Thanks Budget is not a problem.
     
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    sweetbeanbread Regular Member

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    It's even smaller then the Yonex bag. Anything else bigger?
     
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    I have this HUGE bag. Its an RSL EXplorer 3 Tour. 3 comparments, all rather large. each compartment easily hold a dozen rackets. My set up is like this.

    Center compartment: up to a dozen rackets plus a full size towel, each racket in cloth bags for protection
    Left compartment: I normally carry about 2 dozen of the 3-grip packs of Yonex Super Grap, along with a dozen or two of Yonex and Ashaway strings, and 7-8 tubes of Aeroplane EG1130
    Right Compartment: 4 or 5 shirts, pair of shorts, 2 water bottles, pair of shoes, and some extra room. There is also a hanging zippered pocket for wallet, phone, keys, etc

    There are also two outside pockets, one on each side, which is split into two sections. I use these for random smaller items like Karakal PU, Powerbars, granola bars, grip tape, scissors, etc.

    I carry this much around because I am a walking store here in my hometown. A mobile badminton store. Eventually, once I get a machine similar to kwun's WASE, I can bring that around in the extra room in my clothes compartment.

    here's a link, I think it looks quite stylish. http://rslnorthamerica.com/index.ph...id=214&zenid=8080cb804f17941d6c6e56b9923123b4

    The guy is located in Canada so shipping shouldn't be too bad. It has the handles on top of the zippers, as well as a handle at the end of the bag like on a backpack. It also has two straps so it can be carried like a backpack, or you can remove one and cross a strap over to carry it on your shoulder as shown. It really doesn't get any bigger than this.
     
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    Sounds like the perfect bag and it's really cheap too guess that's the bonus. Thanks.
     
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    Yeap Yeap it's a huge value for the money. Glad I could be of help.
     

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