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EXTENSIVE NEW RANGE OF GOLF BAGS AVAILABLE AT RETAIL FROM SEPTEMBER 2017
Mizuno, the Japanese golf equipment manufacturer long renowned for its beautiful, industry-leading forged golf clubs and product innovation, is launching a strong line-up of golf bags this autumn.
Founded in Osaka, Japan, in 1906, Mizuno has long held an enviable industry- and tour-wide reputation for its golf clubs, but its golf bags have always caught the eye too, with their striking designs and ingenious features. Mizuno’s extensive 2017/18 collection of eight new golf bags – three cart bags and five stand bags – is set to make waves at retail from September 2017, with something for everyone in the comprehensive line-up, whatever their preference.
BR-D4 Stand Bag: this stylish, lightweight deluxe stand bag weighs just 2.5kg and features a 4-way divider top with full-length dividers, refined heathered panels, a comfortable double strap and an air mesh hip pad for ventilation. There’s a quick-access magnetic pocket, an insulated cooler pocket, a matching rainhood and a zip-off panel for embroidery or personalisation. Finishing touches include a velour-lined waterproof valuables pocket, top-cuff side handles for easy manoeuvrability and cart strap channels for added stability on a cart. Colours: Grey/Black, Grey/Blue, Grey/Red. RRP: £180.
BR-D3 Stand Bag: this 2kg stand bag with a 5-way divider top promises maximum mobility, while still packing in many of the essential features in the BR-D4S including a comfortable double shoulder strap with four points of adjustment and a valuables pocket. There’s also an insulated drinks pouch, a quick-access mesh pouch, a Velcro glove holder and a zip-off embroidery panel. Colours: Black/White, Classic Green/Green Glow, Grey/Red, Staff, Navy. RRP: £150
BR-DRI Stand Bag: the same weight as the BR-D3S, this bag has the added advantage of being crafted from a fully waterproof high-tech textile material. Key features include a double strap, five zipped pockets and a 5-way divider top with full-length dividers, plus extra touches like the drinks holder and valuables pocket. Colours: Navy/Cyan, Navy/Red. RRP: £250
Frame Walker Stand Bag: this 2.5kg stand bag is built for strength courtesy of Mizuno’s revolutionary external framework, with the resulting rigidity providing added shaft protection. There’s a 4-way top, a double shoulder strap, an umbrella holder and a towel holder. Colours: White/Blue, Black. RRP: £270.
BR-D2 Stand Bag: this compact bag with a flip stand weighs just 1.5kg and comes into its own when speed is of the essence. The 2-way top has a full-length divider, and the bag also boasts a double strap, a mesh drinks pouch and pockets for apparel and valuables. Colours: Staff, Black. RRP: £100.
BR-D4 Cart Bag: like the sister stand bag, the BR-D4 is a practical and stylish cart bag that again features refined heathered panels, but this time with a 14-way top with full-length dividers. It weighs just 2.75kg and there are an impressive nine pockets in total for apparel, balls, tees and valuables along with an insulated cooler pocket and a quick-access magnetic pocket. A cart strap channel and lower grab handle enhance the bag’s practical credentials, and there’s a zip-off panel for embroidery or personalisation. Colours: Grey/Black, Grey/Blue, Grey/Red. RRP: £200
handle for easy manoeuvrability from car boot to trolley. Colours: Navy/Cyan, Navy/Red. RRP: £260.
Pro Staff Lite Cart Bag: boasting Mizuno’s world-famous iconic blue and white staff colours, this lighter version of the full tour bag is built from the same premium durable materials and features an authentic 5-way tour top cuff plus a vast amount of storage space. Colours: Staff. RRP: £440.
For further information on Mizuno’s full range of golf bags, clubs, balls, apparel, accessories and footwear or to find out why #nothingfeelslikeamizuno visit: golf.mizunoeurope.com.
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