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Nike Golf¹s Lightest Carry Bag Ever: The Nike Sport Lite

7.41am 7th November 2013 - New Products

Nike Sport LiteGolfers are always striving to keep their numbers low, and Nike Golf designers took that same approach when it came to crafting the new Nike Sport Lite carry bag, available at retail now. Weighing less than 1.8kg, the Nike Sport Lite is Nike Golf’s lightest carry bag to date.

Nike’s proprietary EquaFlex revolving double strap system, which distributes bag weight evenly across the shoulders through an ergonomic design, brings that much more comfort to the often tiring task of carrying a bag around the course for hours at a time. A five-way, two full-length divider system with putter well maximises club visibility and organisation.

The Nike Sport Lite bag, available in six colours, two specifically for ladies, features the storage space serious athletes need and none of the added weight. Six fleece-lined functional pockets, including a full-length apparel pocket, provide enough space for athletes to be prepared on the course without creating extra bulk.

Additional features include:

  • Integrated GPS loop, pen sleeve and glove patch
  • Custom grip leg end-caps
  • Matching rain hood

Availability: Now. Colourways: white/silver-venom green-black; black/silver-anthracite; white/white-university red-black; midnight navy/white-photo blue; white/vivid pink-silver; and bright grape/polarized blue-violet shade

RRP: £80.00, €110.00, SEK 995.00, NOK 900.00, DKK 900.00 SFR 138.00

Nike Golf www.nikegolf.eu

       

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