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    Default Bag advice...

    Hi Guys,


    I need a big bag.

    I carry all of the following with me when playing:

    - 6 rackets
    - 3 tubes of feather (12 each tube)
    - pair of shoes
    - ankle brace
    - knee strap
    - 1L water bottle
    - towel
    - change of clothes
    - spare strings
    - air freshener (for shoes, after playing... yes they stink lol)

    What are your recommendations??

    I live in Canada but can buy in the US as well (travel there often).

    Thank you for your advice!!

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    Any brand preference?

    I would think any 2 compartment bag would suffice. Go for a 3 compartment bag if you think you'll be carrying more rackets in the future.

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    NO brand preference, but a price preference of around 80$

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    In Vancouver you could get a 2 compartment bag for around $60 + tax. Cheaper if it's an older model.
    No shops in your area that you could look at how big of a bag you need?

    Victor BR290
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...390-BR290-Bags

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    not really... i tried.

    what about the http://www.badmintonalley.com/Yonex_10029P_Black_Red_Pro_9_Rackets_Thermal_Bag_p/bag-yonex-10029p-pro-2011.htm

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    n terms of size is this bigger or smaller than the victor?
    and what about quality and durability?

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    The link provided goes to a 9 racket bag. That's a 3 compartment bag. A Victor bag comparable would be the BR309. I think the Yonex bag would be bigger than the Victor bag. As for quality and durability...I can't say cuz I don't own many badminton bags.

    I'm looking to replace my beat up old 2 compartment bag in the near future (maybe a year or two down the road).

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    Quote Originally Posted by a13anand View Post
    not really... i tried.

    what about the http://www.badmintonalley.com/Yonex_10029P_Black_Red_Pro_9_Rackets_Thermal_Bag_p/bag-yonex-10029p-pro-2011.htm

    i
    n terms of size is this bigger or smaller than the victor?
    and what about quality and durability?
    If there are no brand preference, i suggest you to have a look on Tennis Bag. It has more solid & rigid design, therefore it would last longer. As for Victor & Yonex comparison, i would think that Victor is slightly better than Yonex SP code, however if you compare Victor to Yonex JP code, surely Victor cannot match Yonex JP Code material. Most of the Pros who sponsored by Yonex used
    Yonex JP code bag. Forza badminton bag is quite good as well.

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    agree with licin

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