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  1. rjackson89 White Belt

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    Does anyone know of a decent gym bag, thats pretty durable to carry a set of clothes, my gi etc in??
     
  2. veenutz Orange Belt

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    Sport Bags & Gear Bags from Title Boxing

    variety of bags from $15-$40 I have the everlast large (they don't have it on there anymore) but it is maybe too big. I fit my sparring gloves, bag gloves, shinguards, mma gloves, jump rope , head gear, towel, clothes, etc., with room to spare
     
  3. rjackson89 White Belt

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    thanks! I'll check those out.
     
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    Brute Mesh Bag



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  5. MonkeyNuts! Rear Naked Poker

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    i recently bought this:

    Adidas Elite Duffel Bag Medium Black

    Had pretty decent reviews all over the net, given that it's relatively inexpensive. I got it off holabird sports, you can hunt around for the lowest price, nearly every sports store carries it.
     
  6. rbun Brown Belt

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    That bag is perfect for me since my duffel bag is hard to carry during rush hour train trips.
     
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    I got that bad not too long ago also and I am very impressed with it for how little it cost. I would recommend it to almost anyone.
     
  9. rjackson89 White Belt

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    that everlast bag is pretty good and durable. if i had to order again i'd probably get the medium instead of the large. but then again, i am curious about that adidas bag with the "fresh pack" technology
     
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    I use this one.
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    It's not the "BEST" (in terms of size or quality) bag we sell, but it has decent size, and a good price. I can fit in, shin guards, cup, gloves, 3 pairs of wrist wraps, deodorant, buisness cards, fliers, stickers, keys, cell phone, head gear, extra shirt and .... and.... well by that time it's fairly full and I have everything I could possibly need to take with me.
     
  12. MMAftfw** Banned Banned

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    I dont know about the fresh pack but im loving my adidas bag it works great.
     
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    This is the bag I am looking for. I really like that it will allow my stuff to dry and I see it priced well but I am having a tough time getting the dimensions. I am wondering if this bag will hold....

    1) Headgear
    2) shin guards
    3) 16 oz gloves
    4) MMA gloves
    5) Wraps, mouthguard, antibacterial wipes, tape

    If you or anyone else can help, I'd really appreciate it. Also if it will hold all this stuff, will there be any room left for "extras" (change of clothes etc...)?
     

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