Good Equiptment Bag?

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    My Shoulder Strap Equiptment Bag just suffered a massive rip, so I am in the market for a new equiptment bag. Anyone have any suggestions?
     
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    Depending where you're located. I'd recommend a place here in Saskatchewan, Canada. Located in a small town, they make custom sports equipment bags. Here's a link ... http://www.ruggedcountry.com/prosports.html

    I got the Sprt720 (which isn't listed on their site), but it's a pretty neat bag. Some very nice features (no zipper for the main compartment - uses a buckle system). If you're interested, contact them and I'm sure they could send you out some pictures or something. It came to $107.28 CDN, which I admit is quite a bit, but this bag is made to last... and what's usually the first thing to go on a bag? The zipper usually right? I guess it your case it may not have been :) but I still like this bag alot! They've made them for some of the club teams out here, but can order individually as well.
     

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