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07-17-2006, 04:23 AM #18
well. I'll be honest. I was really thinking about getting one. But my problem with wheeled bags is that 9/10 times the handle is too low for me to be able to walk straigth up. But for regualr training it would be too cumbersome, because 5/6 times I'm riding a bike to the club...
not surprising bowler use wheeled bags. a) balls are heavy. b) they're too lazy to take on a real sport, so why do ánything physically exhausting?
joking, Bowlers are great, I suck at bowling...
07-18-2006, 03:05 PM #19
i always carry rackets with bags in my thermo. It's a squeeze but i can fit in 6 rackets with covers in a 6 racket bag. Just make sure the handles are at different angles and you dont sit on it etc.
07-19-2006, 03:57 AM #20
I must say, that it really depends on the way you carry your bag. I´ve always been carrying my rackets without seperate covers in my bag (yonex TH-6) and nothing has ever happend to them. Put it this way...The cracks and scratches will come anyway from just using the racket in play..so dont worry, they will make even without seperate covers
To be honest, I know no professional player who places each racket into a seperate cover and then into the bag, its just too much weight to carry around.
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