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Wilson Staff Launches Innovative New Golf Bag

12.28am 16th October 2013 - New Products

WGB4601WH_WS_NEXUS_CARRY_BAG_WHWilson Staff has launched an innovative new carry bag with a brand new design aimed to fit the needs of the avid golfer who prefers to carry.

The Wilson Staff neXus carry bag features a new exo-frame technology that allows a lightweight aluminium frame to support the feature-packed bag. Incorporating a newly-engineered 360° integrated mechanism, the frame connects with a base design to ensure easy stand activation and keeping the bag firmly flat to the ground.

“Thanks to the smooth and quick stand activation, helped by the innovative frame design, the neXus provides golfers with an easy and effortless carrying experience,” said Jean-Pierre Degembe, Wilson Golf’s Global Director of Softgoods. “The biggest advantage is how stable the integrated structure is and how light the overall bag is.Golfers will never have the problem of the stand giving way when putting it down and once the bag and frame are connected, it’s hard to believe they’re two different components,” added Degembe.

Weighing less than 2.2kg, the lightweight neXus also includes easy-to-grip TPR handles on both the spine and top of the bag to make it easy to mount onto a golf trolley or cart if required.

It also incorporates a full range of features to assist the golfer during his or her round – including pockets for garments, balls and accessories, as well as a heat-sealed water-resistant valuables compartment, a GPS/range finder sleeve and an insulated beverage pocket to keep drinks cool.

The Wilson Staff neXus bag comes in four striking colour options – red with white trimming, blue with red trimming, white with orange trimming and an FG Tour-inspired black with gold trimming.

The neXusbag has a RRP of £119.

Wilson Staff www.wilsonstaff.com

       

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