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    Default badminton bag vs badminton backpack

    Hi,

    I did a search and couldn't find much.
    but generally, what is better, a badminton backpack or badminton bag?

    Im currently overseas, and only purchasing 1 racket,
    I want a to have a bag to put my shoes, shirts, towels, wallet.

    Guys what do you think a badminton backpack or a badminton bag.

    thanks in advanced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazza View Post
    Hi,

    I did a search and couldn't find much.
    but generally, what is better, a badminton backpack or badminton bag?

    Im currently overseas, and only purchasing 1 racket,
    I want a to have a bag to put my shoes, shirts, towels, wallet.

    Guys what do you think a badminton backpack or a badminton bag.

    thanks in advanced.
    Not carrying but much stuff so you don't need a huge bag but you could get those two compartment badminton bags the small ones, or a normal back pack since you're not carrying much.

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    I am going to get the above bag to store my badminton equipments and attires when I need to travel after work!

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    The type of bag depends on your individual situation.

    If you travel by public transport, a back pack style and carrying the racquets in a cloth bag strapped to the back pack is pretty good. 35litre size can be sufficient. (Without a tube of shuttles).

    If you have a lot of stuff, the bigger racquet bags can be sufficient but rather bulky for public transport if it's crowded.

    If you have a car, then you have both options of bags available to you.

    If you really need to take shuttles, sawing the tube shorter and taking about 8 shuttles will help save space.

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