Nike Sunday Carry Bag Review

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  • RRP £70

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The Nike Sunday Carry was new for 2010. It has been carefully constructed with an ultra-lightweight design with a weight of just 1.9kg.

Carrying a golf bag has also never been easier! This Sunday Carry Bag features the unique Nike revolving double strap system and the Nike Double-Single Quick Click Strap System, allowing the most efficient carrying experience. This system offers ultimate support and comfort and the bags weight is evenly distributed across the shoulders.

This bag idyllic for you, if the weight, support and comfort come high on the list of priorities when selecting the perfect golf bag!

The Nike Sunday Carry Bag also provides ample space for storage with 7 functional pockets (5 of which zip close.)  These pockets include a water resistant fleece lined valuables pocket to keep secure your phone and wallet, a full length apparel pocket ideal for storing clothes and also a mesh water bottle pocket, and mesh accessory pocket. All of which allow easy asses. The bag also features a logo cresting compatible / zip off ball pocket.

The Nike Sunday Carry Bag features a 6" oval top and holds a full set of 14 clubs! This is therefore the bag perfect for a quick trip to the driving range and/or a full 18-hole game of golf. The bag includes an integrated tee holder, pen sleeve and glove patch as standard and comes with a atching rainhood included, providing complete protection even in the worst weather!

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