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    Hi,

    Anyone knows the model of this Yonex bag and a place to buy them?

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    I'm not certain but it looks like an old revision of the current Yonex 624 due to the old logo.

    I bought my 624 bag @ leesbadminton.com

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    Default Re: What model is this Yonex bag?

    Originally posted by yoshizuki
    Hi,

    Anyone knows the model of this Yonex bag and a place to buy them?

    Thanks

    well...yeah, i'd have to agree with Yodums that that bag must be an old version looking at the logo...BUT ...the bag looks very similar to my friend's bag but just black instead of blue.

    BAG 2220 - Pro thermal bag



    the one on the right....it looks similar..but there are some differences..

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    yodums how do you like the 624? i got one too, just wanted to see how u like it so far and compare notes :P

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    Originally posted by TOmike
    yodums how do you like the 624? i got one too, just wanted to see how u like it so far and compare notes :P
    It's a nice bag but I wish I would have gotten the Pro bag. Mainly because it is alot thicker and this doesn't feel as if it's a quality thermal bag since my racquets feel a little cold when I pull it out. Also, the Yonex writing on like the shoulder pad comes off easily but there's still the logo.

    On the other hand, serves me well. Fits 3 racquet and a pair of shoes and left over bottles.

    I mean it's just a regular bag just that I think that if you have money go for the Pro series. The material is pretty durable. The only sign is that the logo is scratched off a bit.

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    624 looks too big, i think i'll get the 620.
    i wanted that old model from the pic above, the colors navy/red are really nice

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    look at this bag.
    Is this the Yonex Pro Thermal 2224?

    Is it a tennis bag or a badminton bag?

    I keep seeing it on some website as a tennis bag and on others a badminton bag, it's getting really confusing...
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    It depends what you want to put in it. I find the other bags rather small and you can't fit shoes with racquets. If you wanted to fit shoes, you'd have to only have one racquet. Also, they'd be in the same area which I don't really like. The 624 has two sections. One for racquets and one for shoes. They even have a little place for one shoe but it interferes with the racquets.

    I believe it can be used as either a badminton bag or tennis bag. I saw a picture with Camilla Martin having that bag and it's big enough to be a tennis bag (The 624 is a tennis bag as it is in the Tennis section of Yonex not badminton).

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    I want to put a pair of shoe, and one racket (or 2-3) with some clothes in it and if possible with a backpack style shoulder straps

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    Originally posted by yoshizuki
    I want to put a pair of shoe, and one racket (or 2-3) with some clothes in it and if possible with a backpack style shoulder straps
    Then the 624 would seem to be a great candidate or if you have cash the Yonex 2020 Pro Series is even better.

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    with the Yonex 2020 Pro - Thermal Bag there's a backpack style shoulder straps also?
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    It should but I'm not sure. In that picture it does have an additional clip for another strap. Why not just wear it like diagonally or just on one shoulder? The 2 straps are annoying - I took mine off immediatly.

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    Heheh, sometimes it's practical to wear it like a backpack

    Do you know a website that sells it? Other than leesbadminton.com

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    Do you know the model number for this bag? How many rackets can it hold?
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    That's the bag above, the Yonex 2020 Pro.

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    Do you know a website that sells it? Other than leesbadminton.com

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