player question - hockey bags

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    In response to OatesCam's comment:

    Current hockey bags suck!  Let me know if you find a good one.  I'm currently on the prowl so I will let you know if I find one.  My friend has a Labatt Blue bag that has a beer cooler compartment and it's awesome, but I don't think it's for regular sale.



    Dang vendor reps get the best toys first and way before the cool product hits retail.

     
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    Re: player question - hockey bags

    Anyone use one of these:

    http://www.gritinc.net/canada/hockey/ht1.html

    I'm leaning toward one in Bruins gold or a red/black lumberjack combo that's not shown on the the site.  Kinda pricey, but it's got great storage room, dividers and a front beverages holder.  I like the idea of just opening it up and letting the gear air out and not having to empty and reload every time I get home/leave.

     
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    Re: player question - hockey bags

    In response to OatesCam's comment:

    Anyone use one of these:

    http://www.gritinc.net/canada/hockey/ht1.html

    I'm leaning toward one in Bruins gold or a red/black lumberjack combo that's not shown on the the site.  Kinda pricey, but it's got great storage room, dividers and a front beverages holder.  I like the idea of just opening it up and letting the gear air out and not having to empty and reload every time I get home/leave.



    I tried that idea on letting stuff air out in the bag with an Easton bag that unzipped so that it was all mesh  - it didn't work.

    Check where it's manufactured, if it's made in China, it's junk.

     
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    Re: player question - hockey bags

    In response to OatesCam's comment:

    Anyone use one of these:

    http://www.gritinc.net/canada/hockey/ht1.html

    I'm leaning toward one in Bruins gold or a red/black lumberjack combo that's not shown on the the site.  Kinda pricey, but it's got great storage room, dividers and a front beverages holder.  I like the idea of just opening it up and letting the gear air out and not having to empty and reload every time I get home/leave.



    And it's worth repeating - the JRZ bag I've just bought is the most substantial bag I've ever picked up.  Everything in it and about it is at least twice as thick, at least twice as strong as any of the other bags I've seen.

     
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    Re: player question - hockey bags

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    In response to OatesCam's comment:

     

    Anyone use one of these:

    http://www.gritinc.net/canada/hockey/ht1.html

    I'm leaning toward one in Bruins gold or a red/black lumberjack combo that's not shown on the the site.  Kinda pricey, but it's got great storage room, dividers and a front beverages holder.  I like the idea of just opening it up and letting the gear air out and not having to empty and reload every time I get home/leave.

     



    I tried that idea on letting stuff air out in the bag with an Easton bag that unzipped so that it was all mesh  - it didn't work.

     

    Check where it's manufactured, if it's made in China, it's junk.



    Did the Easton bag have shelving like the Hockey Tower? I think that could really help drying in-bag.  I think of it like having shelving in a dedicated team room.

     
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    Maybe a little late, but a colleague just mentioned this company to me that he's happy with.

    http://shops.firstarsports.com/category-s/128.htm

    They're out here in Surrey, BC and their stuff is all Canadian made. Their client list is a pretty good selection of NHLers. (Reimer, Kesler etc.)

     
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    Did the Easton bag have shelving like the Hockey Tower? I think that could really help drying in-bag.  I think of it like having shelving in a dedicated team room.

     




    No, no shelving.

     
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    In response to red75's comment:

    Maybe a little late, but a colleague just mentioned this company to me that he's happy with.

    http://shops.firstarsports.com/category-s/128.htm

    They're out here in Surrey, BC and their stuff is all Canadian made. Their client list is a pretty good selection of NHLers. (Reimer, Kesler etc.)




    They look similar to the JRZ bags, same idea, canvas, 1 zipper.

     
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    Re: player question - hockey bags

    Stop playing hockey and play bowling the little bags to carry the balls last longer...

     Stanley Cup to the BRUINS in 2011 & 4 more Cups by 2020

     
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