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    Default Question about "3 racket bags"

    Bags that are sized to hold three rackets, do they also have enough space to store shoes and kit, so that they can be used as a kit bag?

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    most 3 racket bags that i have seen only have enough space to store 3 rackets plus a tube of birdies and a little amount of spare clothing. it will be very tight to fit shoes into them as shoes tends to be bulky.

    if you intend to store shoes as well as a reasonable amount of clothing and other accessories, including a tube of shuttle, a change of clothing, warmup jacket/pants for winter, a small towel, i suggest a 6 racket bag for more expansion space.

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    Ok thanks, I went to a store the other day but the only stocked tennis bags and the 6 racket versions looked quite big, are all racket sport bags similarly sized or is tennis bigger because of its rackets?

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    i am talking about badminton specific bags. 3 racket means one compartment. 6 racket means 2 compartment. etc.

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    Consider RSL Explorer 1 ?
    Backpack style, internal storage compartment for 3 rackets, separate compartments each for clothes, shoes, keys. Another 2 zippered side pouches as well.

    I have used one for about 2 years now, so far so good qualitywise.

    see http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...rer-1-Backpack

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    I moved from a yonex 7123 (3 racket) to a ashaway bag (6 racket). My own experience was that I could fit in 2-3 rackets (without cases), with clothes, shoes and a tube of shuttles. However it was a real pain to get anything out and after every session I would have to take most of the stuff out to be able to fit it all back in. So I brought a bigger bag, easy access, room for expansion and also I wanted a bag I could wear as a backpack.

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