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Guffaw 10-08-2011 09:33 AM

Hockey Bags
I've got a 20 yr. old Jofa bag that's falling apart and is too small for my equipment. I'm 6'2" so my stuff isn't the smallest. I'm looking for a new bag, something with wheels, large enough for my gear, shower stuff, and that is durable.

A LHS had the GRIT HT1 hockey tower bag and I was checking it out. Pricey, but it looks awesome. I hate having to sift through my bag for everything. Other than the price is there any downside to this bag? Any other suggestions?

Malreg 10-08-2011 10:35 AM

One downside I've noticed with the grit bags is how much room they take up in the trunk. They aren't easy to carry around.

beth 10-08-2011 12:53 PM

My daughter uses the junior size Grit bag, and like Malreg posted, it's just bulky and doesn't squish down like regular bags. But I think most bags with wheels are going to be bulkier than non-wheeled bags anyway. The Grit bag is great for kids though, because it helps them be all organized.

Stickmata 10-08-2011 05:16 PM

Reebok bag with no wheels. Best adult bag out there.

CCM bag with wheels is great, but the wheels make it bulkier and heavier when you do have to carry it.

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