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Nike Sunday Carry Bag is light work 24/7
June 9, 2010

Whether you’re nipping out for a swift nine holes after work or playing a full 18 on the weekend, the Nike Golf Sunday Carry Bag is the perfect companion for the golfer who doesn’t like to be weighed down during a round.

Offering extreme functionality, yet tipping the scales at little more than a bag of sugar, the ultra-lightweight Sunday Carry is big enough to hold the maximum allowance of 14 golf clubs with ease, while no fewer than seven functional pockets, including a water-resistant fleece-lined valuables pocket, full-length apparel pocket, mesh water bottle pocket and mesh accessory pocket, provide plenty of space for balls, accessories and clothing.

Weighing just 1.6kg, the Sunday Carry is also one the lightest bags on the market to have a stand mechanism, while a further benefit is Nike Golf’s Double-Single Quick Click Strap System, which allows golfers to convert the bag from a double strap to a single strap in two easy steps, offering great adaptability out on the golf course.

The Nike Golf Sunday Carry bag comes with a matching rain hood and is available in three colour options: Blue/Silver-Medium Grey, Black/Silver-Medium Fog, Sunday Red- Silver Pewter.

Nike Golf Sunday Carry Bag features:

• Seven functional pockets, including valuables pocket, full-length apparel pocket and mesh water bottle pocket
• Robust, quick release stand mechanism
• Six-inch, two-way oval top
• Revolving double-strap system
• Integrated tee holder, pen sleeve and glove patch
• Matching rain hood included

The Nike Golf Sunday Carry Bag is priced at £70 (€100, SEK 995.00).

Further information at www.nikegolf.eu

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