Sun Mountain H2NO Bag Review
REVIEW: Sun Mountain H2NO Bag
I have just returned from a three-week holiday in Western Australia – the trip of a lifetime, since you ask. I knew that I wanted to play golf while I was there but I really didn’t fancy having to drag my clubs and massive tournament golf bag to the other side of the planet.
Sun Mountain came to the rescue with what they describe as the H2NO Sunday bag, and I am here to tell you that I may never use my full-size bag again. For starters, the bag is as light as a feather but don’t run away with the idea that this means it lacks quality. It oozes quality. The bag features two retractable ‘stubby legs’ to keep it off the ground during play and is made from H2NO waterproof fabric with water-resistant zips and taped seams. The super-lightweight durable nylon fabric has a 2000mm coating to protect golf clubs and accessories from the elements.
It also incorporates a three-way padded divider to protect the clubs and make them easily accessible, together with a full-length pocket and half-length pocket, as well as an extra pocket inside where you can safely store your valuables (wallet, car keys, mobile phone) and a hood. The problem with most lightweight carry bags is that there simply isn’t enough storage space, but the Sun Mountain bag will easily take a full set of waterproofs, a jumper and a pair of shoes. It has an umbrella holder and a rubber carry handle, together with super-comfortable carry straps and hip pad.
I should also tell you that the bag easily takes a full set of clubs, and we managed to squeeze in 16 clubs (eight of mine and eight of my partner’s).
The company says: “Sun Mountain was the first brand to introduce waterproof bags for all-weather golfers almost a decade ago and this new Sunday version is just the thing for players who like to travel light when carrying their clubs on the course.”
My bag is navy, with grey trim, and it is also available in black with white trim. It retails at £140.
Other bags in the Sun Mountain H2NO range include the Lite, the Super Lite and the 14-Way. Each of these bags is also adaptable for club cresting and elaborate embroidery patterns.
For more information, visit www.brandfusionltd.co.uk
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