Mizuno has released a new bag range comprising practical and stylish models for trolley users and those who like to carry.
The BR-D2 stand bag is a lightweight, compact carry model designed for practice, a weekend away or nine holes. It features a two-way, full-length divider and seven-inch top with padded cuff. A mini stand combines with a waterproof underbelly and matching rainhood to keep clubs dry, while storage is offered in separate apparel, valuables and ball pockets and mesh drinks pouch. It also boasts a double shoulder strap and a caribiner accessories clip. RRP: £110/€119
The BR-D3 stand bag features a 9.5-inch padded cuff and four-way, full-length divider, and eight pockets, including an insulated drinks pocket and a lined valuables pouch. Grab handles top and bottom help with transportation, while it also features a double shoulder strap for comfortable carrying. It is available in fours colours. RRP: £170/€189
The versatileBR-D4 stand bag is designed for trolleys or for carrying thanks to the unique design of its base, and offers no fewer than 12 pockets and compartments. RRP: £210/€219
Rounding out the stand bag range is the BR-DRI, a totally waterproof offering with seamless construction to protect clubs and possessions in the worst weather. Mobile and lightweight, with six protected pockets and a one-year waterproof guarantee, this is a high-performance bag that can take anything the elements can throw at it. RRP: £270/€279
Mizuno’s BR-D4C Cart Bag is the brand’s maximum storage cart bag, with 12 pockets and compartments. An integrated umbrella sleeve sits behind the main side pocket to keep it clear from cart or trolley attachments. It features a 14-way divider and a 10-inch top. It’s easily moved thanks to grip handles and the cart compatible base ensures it sits solidly on any trolley. RRP: £230/€239
The BR-DRI Cart Bag is waterproof model that features a seamless construction, plus rainhood. Like the BR-D4C, it features a 14-way divider and cart-compatible base.RRP: £290/€299
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