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Thread: Bag for Rackets
10-31-2003, 05:15 AM #1
Bag for Rackets
Where can I buy a decent sports bag in the uk for my kit and rackets?
Is there a good online store for bags?
What bags do you recomend, I not looking to spend too much but I want a good bag.
10-31-2003, 06:32 AM #2
For price the Wilson bags are better than the Yonex counterparts, bigger and better organised.
I think the shop is called Centralsports.co.uk
It can be found in the thread on online shops in the UK in the Market Place forum
10-31-2003, 07:34 AM #3
I can vouch for the Wilson bags.
I use a Wilson tennis racquet bag which must be 8 years old now.
I overstuff it most of the time, cramming up to 8 racquets + a 12 shuttle tube in one side and shoes, clothes, water, other rubbish in the other side. It still looks like new.
I've never had a badminton specific bag.
10-31-2003, 07:42 AM #4
Yeah I have Yonex Bag but it's not so tough i wish i'd got a Wilson one now as they are tougher
10-31-2003, 08:04 AM #5Originally posted by Neil Nicholls
I overstuff it most of the time, cramming up to 8 racquets + a 12 shuttle tube in one side and shoes, clothes, water, other rubbish in the other side.
Do u do "renting racket" as ur side job in the gym? j/k...
10-31-2003, 02:17 PM #6
I moved up to the 3 section Wilson bag a short time before I got my Yonex 2224, the good thing about the Wilson is that you have a section for shoes and clothes, a section for rackets and one for your liquids.
It may seam trivial but there is always something about having your own liquid section in a bag so your clothes remain dry and your rackets are not comprimised if the bottle should leak
10-31-2003, 07:24 PM #7
when i look for a badminton bag, i look for the following
delicated racquet section
section of shoes
separate section for wet cloths
i found the wilson pretty good too, however, they are a bit too big for my daily use
10-31-2003, 09:07 PM #8
Toaster, I have been able to get three seperate Wilson bags:
i One section, one main section with no shoe storage (£25)
ii Two section, one main for rackets, and the other split for clothes and shoes (£30)
iii Three section, two main sections and the third split for clothes and shoes (£35)
The first two only have a single shoulder strap and the big one has a shoulder strap and two on hte back so you can carry it like a rucksack, you need this because when the biggest one is full it is very heavy. But the big one was the best purchase bag wise I have ever made.
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