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Comments: Very nice Donnay 6 pack bag. The quality is not as good as the Dunlop Biomimetic line or the Pacific
BX2 line of bags but I would still rate this as above average. The Pacific BX2 bags are by far the most durable bags I have ever
seen but this Donnay bag should hold up fine with normal use. A must for the Donnay user but if you are in the market for a bag
and do not care about the brand, I would recommend the Pacific BX2 line. This Donnay 6 bag also matches my Donnay X-Dual
Gold 94s which I like.
From: Lambert, 7/14
Comments: I got this 6 pack bag free with my Donnay Formula 100. While it's not super-sturdy, it does a fine job
for me. I normally carry 2-3 racquets in the separate compartment, along with shoes, a towel can of balls etc. in the other large
compartment. The small zippered outer compartment is great for phone and keys. It's light weight and I end up using the back
pack straps which are not a problem for me. I don't think it will have a long life if I'm not a little careful with it, but overall I like it's
light weight and ease of use.
From: DSG, 6/14
Comments: I gave up on this six pack bag because the backpack straps are just too frustrating to use. Their
anchors don't keep the straps in a convenient position for easy on/off. The overall construction is more flimsy than other bags
From: Tim, 4/13
Comments: I owned one of the old Adidas Barricade backpacks for five years and it was starting to show its age. I
liked the idea of racquet "pouch" in the front so decided on the Donnay. Mistake. As you can see from the picture that the bag
isn't even the size of the racquet. On other backpacks you the bag is larger than the racquet head and goes up to the handle. This
backpack is about the size of a racquet head. It will hold your keys, a snack, and a towel but not much more. The construction
seems flimsy as well but since it is new it might surprise me. Doesn't seem sturdy I guess is what I should say. If you're looking for
a small backpack to hold trifles then this might be your ticket. If you want a backpack to hold a change of clothes or similar then
From: Ron, 3/13
Comments: Coming from the Head bags I have used, namely the new Head bags with their 2012 Lineup. This
Tournament 6 Pack Bag is not as high quality. It's not bad, just not the same padded material and quality across the
board. I am a Donnay racquet convert so I have made the switch, but I'm not as happy with overall quality. Not bad, just not in the
same class as similar priced Head Prestige Red Bag.
From: Mesa, 11/12
Comments: I bought my Tournament Back Pack Bag while at the BNP Paribas Open in March. The bottom
has a large tear in it, but otherwise I love it! It's light and easy to carry.
From: Joan, 10/12
Comments: This is a well made Donnay Tournament 12 Pack Bag with durable and comfortable straps,
reliable zippers, attractive materials, good shape retention. On the downside, there are scant extra features such as extra
inside or outside (one accessory pocket outside, shoe pocket on the bottom). What you see is what you get.
From: Mike, 2/12