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    Quote Originally Posted by Neosakai
    Sorry for not being clear, I meant ....

    If I were to get a badminton bag, I'd only need one strap for carrying it like a backpack with one arm..
    thats what i thought when i decided that 2420 will do. i later realised that carrying it by one shoulder is a little awkward, as the big badminton bag doesn't end up behind your back, and it doesn't go to your side either. thats only my opinion though.

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    Then where does it end up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akatsuki
    Lately I have been haging around with 3 plastic bag, one containing my bridies, the other my cloth and the third one my shoes :S And I was also holding my racket over my shoulder...
    After a year, I have decided to buy a badminton bag and I need your help. There are so many badminton bag and I dont know which one to pick. It is simple I need a bad that will be able to contain about 2-3 rackets, 1 pair of shoes, clothing (short,shirts...) and finally tubes of birdies. The thing is that I was going to buy it online:
    http://www.badminton.net/cart/index....616c03e9727bef

    but I am afraid to end up with either a super large bag, which will make me look like a professionnal, which I am not. Or a small and lame bag wich will break my racket.

    So far I was thinking to buy either this one
    http://www.badminton.net/cart/produc...616c03e9727bef
    or this one
    http://www.badminton.net/cart/produc...616c03e9727bef
    I personally have the 2nd one the 2020 bag.
    http://www.badminton.net/cart/produc...616c03e9727bef

    It's not too big, not too small. Fits about 4 -5 racquets in one compartment easy wihtout the individual covers. With the individual covers, I managed to snugly fit in 4 racquets. The other compartment would then be free for me to carry my net, 2 tubes of shuttles and my 1.5L bottle of drink. There are 2 small pockets in it. I use one of them to fit my shoes in and the other one I use to keep stuff like grip tape, keys, coins, wallet, string and liquid heat.

    There is one more pocket on the side where the silveris thing is. I use that compartment to keep my clothes in there (usually 2 pair of shirts, extra pair of socks and shorts and one pair of track pants and towel.)

    Hope this helps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neosakai
    Then where does it end up?
    sorry to confuse you
    if the bag went behind my back or beside me, it would probably feel good. but what i noticed is that it ends up somewhere half way between your back and your side, and feels pretty unconfortable (especially how it kind of folds/bends around my body try it and see. i personally dont like the 1 strap that much, but some people might not mind at all

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    Too late, I mad emy ordert yesterday ^^ 2 nets, pair a shoes, and a bag...218$



    Quote Originally Posted by FEND.
    I personally have the 2nd one the 2020 bag.
    http://www.badminton.net/cart/produc...616c03e9727bef

    It's not too big, not too small. Fits about 4 -5 racquets in one compartment easy wihtout the individual covers. With the individual covers, I managed to snugly fit in 4 racquets. The other compartment would then be free for me to carry my net, 2 tubes of shuttles and my 1.5L bottle of drink. There are 2 small pockets in it. I use one of them to fit my shoes in and the other one I use to keep stuff like grip tape, keys, coins, wallet, string and liquid heat.

    There is one more pocket on the side where the silveris thing is. I use that compartment to keep my clothes in there (usually 2 pair of shirts, extra pair of socks and shorts and one pair of track pants and towel.)

    Hope this helps!

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    hmm as a followup, i was using my 2420 bag (single strap) today, and to be honest, it didn't feel that awkward.. only slightly

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    Today I saw this bag that looks EXACLTY the same as 524, but it has a kickass color....

    The price was $35 more...



    $35 more just for the color? Or am I actually looking at a different model?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neosakai
    Today I saw this bag that looks EXACLTY the same as 524, but it has a kickass color....

    The price was $35 more...



    $35 more just for the color? Or am I actually looking at a different model?
    could it be the 2005 model of 524 with different color scheme? otherwise it could be a different bag all together. what color was it? red/white?

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    It was blue with white out lining...

    Like navy blue..

    But the price was ALOT more expensive.... for some reason

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    Default And what about this bag of Technifibre?

    Tecnifibre Texalium Pocket L '05 - about $50


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