Aqua Bag vs Traditional Heavy Bag for garage set up

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  1. sch983

    sch983 White Belt

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    Hey guys Im looking to get either a 120lb 21" Aqua Bag vs an Outslayer 150lb heavy bag for my garage. The winters get cold here in NY, would it be better to just get a traditional heavy bag since that is the case? How are they in terms of using each type of bag?
     
  2. hangulmalmotayo

    hangulmalmotayo Green Belt

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    Just get a traditional heavy bag. Even if the water doesn't freeze in the winter, the outer shell becomes really hard when it's cold. And if the water does freeze, it's a real pain in the butt.
     
  3. Kick_@ss_Seabass

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    +1 for Outslayer bag.

    The regular bag is more versatile. In the long run, you will find something missing with only an "uppercut bag".
     
  4. Jonathan Mohr

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    Another +1 for a traditional heavy bag. The aqua bag is nice, but different from the heavy bag. I have a 100lb heavy bag and a 15" (buoy)aqua bag and love and use them both, but if I had to choose just one it would be the traditional heavy bag.
     
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  5. mides

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    Simple answer: Get both.
     
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