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Big Max launches lightest ever full size stand bag

9.47am 24th September 2021 - New Products

With winter golf just round the corner, BIG MAX is launching its lightest ever full-size stand bag, the incredibly versatile Dri Lite Feather.

Weighing just 1.5kg, the Dri Lite Feather eliminates all excess weight while retaining a host of practical features, including a seven-way top, hybrid trolley compatible base and bags of storage space.

Based on BIG MAX’s Dri Lite water-resistant technology, the Feather features waterproof fabric and zips and a 100% waterproof valuables pocket. On the storage front it has seven spacious pockets, including cooler pocket for drinks and a mobile phone pocket.

Add in a host of neat features like a flat footless base and a leg lock system so it sits perfectly square on a trolley, and the Dri Lite Feather really does stand out for the golfer who wants all options covered as they approach the winter months. 

“We always design our bags to meet the needs of golfers,” commented Ralf Niesing, lead golf bag designer at BIG MAX. “We have great ¾-size lightweight bags and fantastic full size carry or Hybrid bags, but the new Dri Lite Feather bridges those categories. It has an unbelievably lightweight design, space for a full set plus a golfers’ gear, protection from the elements and the option to sit it squarely on a trolley. This really is the perfect bag for the golfer who wants all their options covered.”

It is offered in five colour options – Black, Grey/Black, Lime/Black/Charcoal, Navy/Red/White, Red/Black/White – and has an SRP of £169.99.

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