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Motocaddy unveils new bag range

4.46pm 6th February 2020 - New Products

Motocaddy has introduced five new models to its bag range for 2020. Featuring brand new Dry-Series, M-TECH, Club-Series and Lite-Series cart bags – plus a new HydroFLEX carry bag – the 2020 range all feature the brand’s EASILOCK bag-to-trolley connection system, which removes the need for a lower bag strap.

“We spoke to lots of golfers to find exactly what they look for in a modern golf bag,” said Motocaddy Marketing Manager, Oliver Churcher. “In taking all the feedback on board, we think this is our most comprehensive and contemporary bag range ever. As market-leaders, we want to keep driving the cart bag category forward and our new range emphasises what the golfing public looks for in terms of modern styling; spacious pockets; premium materials to help protect from the elements; reduced weight; and most importantly ultimate compatibility with our trolleys.”

Across the six bag models there are now 17 different colour combinations available. The flagship super-lightweight (2.4kg) Dry-Series features 10% more storage space than its predecessor, with seven pockets, including a dry valuables and food and beverage options. Incorporating durable ‘rip-stop’ nylon fabric, heat-welded seams and thermo-sealed zips, the 100% waterproof bag adds a new easy-lift grab handle and integrated quick-access umbrella sleeve to an extensive list of features, including 14 full-length dividers, Japanese YKK zips for smooth opening, an anti-twist base, a waterproof rain hood, scorecard holder and a new towel & accessory hook It is offered in Blue, Red, Lime and Fuchsia trims in the new Charcoal base colour at an RRP of £239.99.

A perfect partner for its luxury trolley namesake, the new M-TECH cart bag (pictured right) combines premium materials with cutting‑edge design and wide‑ranging features. The M-TECH bag incorporates a Carbon effect with Chrome detailing along with 14-full length dividers, a jumbo putter well and nine spacious pockets. The luxury M-TECHcart bag is available in a Black/Charcoal colourway at an RRP of £219.99.

The Pro-Series continues to incorporate a 20% lighter feel brought in during a hugely successful 2019, with the new Club-Series also reducing weight for 2020. The new look Club-Series bag in Charcoal with Blue, Red and Lime trim options is 23% lighter than its predecessor. Including game-enhancing features, the Club‑Series offers a combination of value and durability with spacious pockets and an internal umbrella sleeve. It also includes 14-full length dividers and seven pockets, plus a dedicated putter well, a scorecard holder, a towel hook with Velcro glove grip and is available at an RRP of £159.99.

Constructed from a super lightweight Nylon fabric, the new look Lite‑Series is the lightest and most compact cart bag in the Motocaddy range. Weighing in at 2.3kg, the Lite-Series is available in a Black base colour with three trim options (Red, Blue & Lime), and boasts 14 dividers and seven pockets.

Completing the bag range is the new super-lightweight and waterproof HydroFLEX carry bag (pictured right). Replacing the AquaFLEX, the 2020 version features an updated quick‑release, four-point fully adjustable carry strap, along with subtle branding and is designed to fit perfectly onto any Motocaddy trolley for ultimate versatility. Other features include a rear stand lock, which holds the legs in place when attached to a Motocaddy trolley, five full-length dividers offering easy access to clubs and five spacious pockets with easy-open Japanese YKK zips and an external beverage pouch.

The HydroFLEXis available in Charcoal with a Blue, Red or Lime trim at an RRP of £209.99.


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