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The latest Racket Bag - RSL The Sheath

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by radar_s, Mar 15, 2011.

  1. radar_s

    radar_s Regular Member

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    Model no.RC-1011[​IMG]Size195 x 645 mm
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    Features 2 in 1 design-Combining the traditional Racket Cover and Racker Sleeve to become THE SHEATH Racket Cover-Thick impact resistant material yet offers light weight protection.-Minimum material, maximum protection.-Breathable allowing air to pass through to dry the handle, unlike conventional racket sleeve.-Thick back end to lock for handle with towel grip or other grip. Racket Sleeve-Once removed the shoulder strap it will become a racket sleeve, which will offer complete protection inside your large racket bag. (Explorer 3 or Explorer 2 or Explorer 1)-Stretchable and thick material , offering a tight fit with minimum material. [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG] [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    woaaa....cool design!!
     
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    Look like T back for me....hehe
     
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    very nice design. would qualify for a design project.

    but in terms of practicality, does anyone even use these single racket cover anymore?
     
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    It is very interesting but... not practical. I use the soft individual racket bags in my 9 racket bag for every other racket to prevent them banging together and this may do the same thing but at a much higher cost I'm guessing. No one I know just carries a single racket around anymore and even if they did this case does not protect the racket well enough.
     

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