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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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    For all i know, RSL is the most innovative company when it comes to badminton bag. Their backpack or carry bag are just vey good looking, compact yet stylish, and somehow able to fit plenty of rackets & items. Yonex, Victor, Lining, Kason, Wilson, Adidas, etc...are just producing very old style bags with different colors, except square shape bags which became popular since few years ago. Too bad these companies never really use their R&D for creative bag development, but they excell in rackets, shoes, & shirts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheung View Post
    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.
    I totally agree!

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    Mostly I'll having a badminton backpack than badminton bag..because of....everybody will assume like I'm a really good badminton player when I bring along with my badminton bag...high expectation skills from everybody..maybe it will look alike a profesional badminton player..lol..

    Sorry..just my not healthy thinking...

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    RSL explorer is pretty good.. you can easily grab the bottle without opening the bag...

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