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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    I would go for the BR309 or other Victor 3-compartment bag as there would be more room for the racquets, shoes and apparels.
    that's true... as his friend will need the space for stuff for both him and gf

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    only if you also buy this and put it in there
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...MX-2012-London

    Man ! .... now THAT would be a sweet combo !

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    Looks like I'll be ordering the BR209 from Tads. The BR209 has a separate shoe compartment right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    Lol! Looks like we have a new convert to Victor! . Pretty soon he'll be asking for Victor shorts and shirt to match his mx80! . I have the 209. Got it from Tad's for $60 last year. Very roomy, racket compartment fits at least 4-6 rackets. Clothing compartment exactly same size. Shoe compartment is inside clothing compartment. Then outside small compartment for keys, wallet, etc.
    Quote Originally Posted by CanucksDynasty View Post
    Looks like I'll be ordering the BR209 from Tads. The BR209 has a separate shoe compartment right?
    yes and no

    the shoe compartment extends into the clothing compartment, and it can only hold 1 pair in there

    so if your shoes are in there, there's that much less room for clothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by visor View Post
    yes and nothe shoe compartment extends into the clothing compartment, and it can only hold 1 pair in thereso if your shoes are in there, there's that much less room for clothing
    Thanks visor. That's all the room he needs. He's not gonna carry his gf stuff.

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    Ordered a blue Victor BR209. I'll pick it up in a week and a half (cuz I'm out of town). I'll take some pics to share with everybody before giving it to my friend. Thanks to all (especially visor) for your advice.

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