Tall badminton backpacks

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  1. lostLore

    lostLore Regular Member

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    Looking into getting one of those backpacks that are long enough to fully cover a racquet. Does anyone have any good experiences with such a backpack? Any reviews to share?
     
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    Do you mean back packs where the racquets are stored flat against your back when carried, as opposed to the ones where racquets are stored perpendicular to one’s back??

    I have prefer the former and am currently using a model by Victor. Before it, I used one by yonex and kawasaki (I think??), both of which have discontinued those models.

    I find this sort of backpack good, they are less bulky; it also means that they generally have less storage space though, so I can get maybe 4 racquets in comfortably with gear and shoes
     
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    cerberus1846 New Member

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    I've recently just bought the Babolat Backracq 8 and it's a great bit of kit which seems to tick all of your boxes? - I think it was primarily aimed at people who cycled or use a motorbike - but I wanted something fairly compact and it's great!.. It has a compartment for your rackets, a main compartment for clothes, shuttles, water, towel etc, a separate compartment at the bottom/base for your shoes and an accessory pocket for your keys/phone/wallet etc..
     
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    Seconded. I have one of these. So minimalise and the only bag I've found that I can comfortably cycle with. I use it while running too.

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    I have a turquoise blue version of this. Reason I got one was because I cycled to badminton and most bags hang past your bum so made it hard to cycle with. Its great shoe area section for sweaty clothes. zipped pocket for phone money etc.
     
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    I have some Oliver backpacks if anyone in UK wants any.

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    I can recommend the Dunlop CX Performance Long Backpack.
    The newer ones are even nicer with three seperate compartments.
     

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