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Engineered for function and style, the PING Hoofer is back!
November 9, 2011

PING brings back the most iconic stand-bag of all time - better than ever. PING's Hoofer design is a golfing classic, reworked for 2012 as part of the exclusive new soft goods range.

Significant innovations, mixed with the traditional features which made the Hoofer a cult figure, combine to make this the epitome of what a carry bag should be.

PING Hoofer Bag

PING Hoofer BagsEssential features include a five-way top and two full-length dividers, which enable easy withdrawal of clubs without shaft-tangle. There are also eight separate, very convenient, pockets, including a water resistant and velour-lined valuables pocket, a water bottle pouch, and a large, all-encompassing apparel and accessories pocket.

The Hoofer, engineered for function and style, is a remarkably lightweight offering when you consider the features it possesses. Comprised of 1600D nylon and 400D poly materials, the bag weighs just 5lbs, making it a comfortable carry for a full round.

A reinforced stand bracket with a leg stoop ensures a sturdy footing, while an umbrella holder, towel loop and rain hood safeguard against unsavoury weather.

A strain free carry is guaranteed by Enhanced Ergonomics, utilised in the dual sliding adjustable straps with a strap slider for a ‘backpack fit’, to provide new levels of comfort, performance, adjustability and durability.

The bag is evenly weighted for optimal balance, with the legs also benefitting from a retention strap that ensures secure leg retraction.

The Hoofer is available in a selection of colours, including White / Inferno Red, Black / Inferno Red, Black / Charcoal / Inferno Red, Navy / White / Black, all for the price of £135 (RRP).

For further information on all Ping products visit www.ping.com

 

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