Sun Mountain New Lightest Full-Feature Carry Bag

By: Golf Shake | Fri 09 Oct 2015 | Comments

Sun Mountain have announced the introduction of the lightest fully-featured golf carry bag on the market in its range for 2016 with the Two Five which weighs in at just over 1kg (or 2.5 lbs).

The carry bags are constructed from ultra-lightweight 70 durable Denier Ripstop Nylon and features carbon-fibre legs instead of the normal aluminium legs. By adding a high strength-to-weight plastic top and bottom, Sun Mountain claims that the Two Five is now the lightest bag in its category.

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The X-Strap Dual Strap System and lumbar hip pad with AirFlow System provides maximum comfort when carrying over 18 holes or more. The Two Five also comes with a 9” four-way top and flared opening for easy club removal, along with an integrated lift-assist handle, plus four full-length dividers. It’s available in six striking colour options, including Black/Envy and Orange/White.

Other features of Two Five include:

  • Four accessory pockets with E-Z grip zip pulls
  • Pen, Towel & Umbrella holder
  • Leg lock system
  • Teflon-coated rain hood
  • Lower pocket can be embroidered with club logo.

Hip belt optional

Other bags in the 2016 range offer the option of the Zero-G hip belt that can be brought as an accessory (£29.99). Designed to reduce the effort required to carry clubs around the course, the Zero-G's unique hip belt transfers the majority of the bag’s weight from the shoulders to the hips – so providing better posture and overall comfort.
The Zero-G belt can be added to the Front 9 bag, along with the Three 5, Four5, H2NO Ultralite, H2NO Lite and the H2NO Lite 14 Way, all of which come in brand new colour options.

The new Sun Mountain bag range will be available to consumers from January 2016.

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