Victor BG610 (green backpack)

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  1. CanucksDynasty

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    First...a big THANK YOU to Visor who help me purchase this from Eric at Squashmart on Ebay.

    And now the pics...

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    Padded shoulder straps and buckle (pic1) should make it comfortable to carry around. What I like about this bag is that it has 2 mesh pockets (pic2) on the outside for my water/drinks. The shoe compartment (pic3) has vent holes to air out the shoes. The zippers are large enough (pic4&5) to put a small keylock. The front pouch (pic6) can accommodate small stuff like pens, notepads, etc. The back pouch (pic7) is large enought to put schoolbooks and an ipad in one of the pockets. The racket pouch (pic8) looks like it can hold 1-3 rackets and it is large enough to put a laptop in it when not playing badminton. Obviously the pockets make the backpack geared for school.

    But I think it'll be perfect for me to use on my singles badminton nights. Enough to carry a few rackets, change of clothes, drinks and shuttles. I'll post pics when I put stuff in it.

    Again...thanks to VISOR for picking this up for me. He's the man. :cool:
     
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    i have the same bagpack as yours. but with a different colour. grey orange version. nice bag. with many compartments. i also got it with best price. before victor raise their price this year
     
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    Glad you're enjoying it! :D
     
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    Ok...so here's some pics with stuff in the bag.

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    Pic 1 has my new SHB-102LTD shoes.
    Pic 2 shows 2 rackets (it can fit more...probably 3 max to be safe.
    Pic 3 shows it can hold 3 tubes of shuttles (4 max)
    Pic 4 shows enough space to have a towel and t-shirt (the bottom is portion is used by the shoes).

    Easy for me to grab and go.
     

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    Any reason why you chose this over the Victor BG608 (which seems to be bigger based on dimensions) from Eric? Both are quite compact neat simple backpacks :)

    Justin
     
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    The mesh pockets. So I can put bottled drink/water or throw my keys/phone/etc and it would be accessible. Plus I think it looked better anyways.
     
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    Is there also enough place to put for instance a big shower towel?

    I will be going to another country for a time where I also want to go for sport (not only badminton) and need a backpack which is also big enough for traveling.
     
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    Victor BG610 green backpack

    Hi,I did a search and couldnt find much.but generally, what is better, a badminton backpack or badminton bag? Im currently overseas, and only purchasing 1 racket, I want a to have a bag to put my shoes, shirts, towels, wallet.Guys what do you think a badminton backpack or a badminton bag.thanks in advanced.
     

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