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A new gym bag

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Lomezz, Jun 19, 2004.

  1. Lomezz

    Lomezz Senior member

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    I'm in deperate need of a new gym bag, my current one having been in service for 4 years now, which is probably 3 too many.

    I'm looking for a rather smallish duffle style bag - say 20" or so in length. I want something cool looking, but no messenger bags please:)

    I swim 3/4 times a week, so it needs to hold a towel, bathing suit, goggles, shampoo and the occassional book, and lend itself to being stuffed into a locker.

    I looked today (while in woodbury) at kipling (all were very large), nike and adidas (cheap looking) and, ahem, ghurka ($495 for the smallest).

    Any recommendations?
     
  2. FIHTies

    FIHTies Senior member

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    Try Holabird. I get my racquetball stuff from them and have always been happy. Of course if you are looking for designer stuff its not gonna work but its definately worth a gander and they have an easy return policy. Always found them to be headache free. JJF
     
  3. Lomezz

    Lomezz Senior member

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    FIH - thanks. great resource. I'm not looking for a designer bag - just something a little more upscale and presentable. I think I'll get either this one - Head or this one - Wilson
     
  4. FIHTies

    FIHTies Senior member

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    No Problem

    I would go with the head as I am not a big US OPEN fan.

    They have very competative pricing as well. And if you jog or do any other sweating in sports I would go with the Under Armour stuff as well. They are unbeatable and amazingly comfortable.

    Take this opportunity to order some of that stuff now as they dont charge a higher price for shipping multiple items.

    JJF
     
  5. Lomezz

    Lomezz Senior member

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    Yep, I got the head. Thanks again for your help.
     

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