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Sun Mountain's new waterproof bags

January 9, 2013

Sun Mountain is launching a spectacular new range of its popular H2NO waterproof bags with five feature-packed models designed to cope with rainy conditions throughout the 2014 season.



The No.1 golf bag brand – which was the first to introduce waterproof bags for all-weather golfers six years ago – is adding three new versions of Europe’s most popular carry bag, plus two models predominantly for cart use.

Constructed from a super-lightweight nylon fabric with a 2000mm coating to protect golf clubs and accessories from the elements, all five bags come with an accompanying rain hood and proven waterproof YKK zippers and taped seams. They are also adaptable for club cresting and the most elaborate embroidery patterns.

The H2NO Lite stand bag is one of the standout models in the new range. Weighing less than 2.1kg, the lightweight bag boasts a host of features, including four waterproof pockets for clothing and valuables. A 9.5” oval, 4-way top with integrated handle ensures complete ease-of-use when taking clubs in and out of the bag, while an E-Z Fit Dual Strap System provides maximum comfort when carrying. A cart-friendly base also offers golfers the choice of fitting the bag onto a trolley. There are no fewer than seven different colour options available with the H2NO Lite, including a new Royal blue/black/lava combination.

“The new H2NO range is genuinely state-of-the-art in terms of being lightweight, durable and waterproof,” said chief designer Seth Enes. “Extensive testing shows that when its rain hood is attached, the bag hood can cope with heavy rain showers to keep clubs and grips dry. If caught in a shower, golfers can always change into waterproof clothing during a round. But they can’t change their bag, which often means wet equipment and a negative impact on scoring and enjoyment,” he added.


Four other feature-packed models make up the new Sun Mountain H2NO range for 2014:

H2NO Lite cart

Designed predominantly for cart use, the H2NO Lite is still light enough to carry at less than 2.4kg and offers a number of practical features:

- 10”, 15-way top with two integrated lift-assist handles;
- 7 pockets, all forward facing and accessible while the bag is on a cart;
- Pen & umbrella holders.

H2NO Staff

Similar design to the Lite bag and incorporates:

- 9.5” oval, 14-way top with three integrated handles;
- 7 pockets;
- E-Z Fit® Dual Strap System;
- Cart-friendly base & full-length dividers.

H2NO Staff cart

The most comprehensive model in Sun Mountain’s waterproof bag range with:

- 10”, 15-way top with two integrated lift-assist handles;
- 9 pockets, including beverage, valuables and accessories pockets;
- Individual full-length dividers;
- Pen, towel & umbrella holders.

H2NO Ultra Lite

Weighing just 1.9kg, this offers the ideal option for avid-walking golfers looking for a lightweight and compact bag. It includes:

- 8.5”, 3-way top with integrated lift-assist handle;
- 4 pockets;
- E-Z Fit® Dual Strap System;
- Cart-friendly base & full-length dividers.

Recommended Retail Prices

Sun Mountain H2NO Lite – £189
Sun Mountain H2NO Lite cart – £199
Sun Mountain H2NO Staff – £209
Sun Mountain H2NO Staff cart – £219
Sun Mountain H2NO Ultra Lite – £169

The new Sun Mountain H2NO waterproof bags will be available from January 2014. For more information, visit www.brandfusionltd.co.uk

 






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