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Comments: I got the 9-pack Silver/Black Mega bag. The quality/material/zip of the bag is great. However, one
major drawback of this bag is that no matter how I arrange my racquets/stuff in the bag, when I carry it using both shoulder
straps, one side of the bag (not the thermal side) just cannot hold it's shape. Due to that, it doesn't look quite weird when you
carry it. That's a show stopper for me. I think it's a bad design of the location of shoulder straps.
From: Jason, 11/14
Comments: I got this 6-pack bag to match my growing collection of Volkl racquets. Great purchase for that reason.
While the racquets are high quality and amazing all around, I would say their bags are not on the same level. This is not to say the
bags are bad, they're just a little better than ok. I've always had Wilson bags just because I was trying to show my love for Federer.
In comparison, this bag has some design issues. I'm not used to having the straps on the top of the bag, which makes opening it
up to grab a racquet a little more awkward. The glossy plastic/vinyl part of the bag is great in looks but not really effective in the
long run as you can see where it will crease and show wear and tear. Zippers are not as big as on the Wilsons. All the previous
issues I can certainly deal with but i have two main issues with this bag. The first is that it does not have a handle or loop at the
top of the thin part of the bag. I tend to pick up my bag from that area. I thought it was because I've always had a Mega sorta bag
but even the mega in this version doesn't have that loop. Secondly, the backpack straps are thin width-wise as well as padding-
wise. But the biggest issues with the straps is how they're sewn onto the bag itself. If you take a good look at the picture, the
straps are sewn on with a piece of fabric and then onto the bag. Perhaps it's because the straps are at the top, this is to give them
more room to move around. But you can clearly tell that it's an area that will have wear and tear. All in all, definitely a great
looking bag that will serve it's purpose enough.
From: Ian, 11/14
Comments: This mega bag is awesome! I was using a backpack type bag, but with two racquets and a lot of gear, I
wanted something a little larger. This bag does the trick. I have plenty of room in the racquet compartment (obviously), and the
compartment is very large as well, enough to hold all the miscellaneous items I carry. It also has a department for the shoes which
find very nice, as they can get very dirty after playing on clay.
From: Alex, 5/14