Tecnifibre ™ Air Endurance Rackpack Squash Bag
This is the squash bag that Mohamed El Shorbagy is currently carrying on the PSA tour.
It will carry up to 4 tennis racquets or 5 squash racquets in the middle section. There is separate shoe/wet compartment on one end (ventilated), a small zippered pocket on the other end, and 5+2 separate internal pockets to keep your gear all in order.
The zippered top flap opens (2 zippered compartments on inside of flap) to reveal all your gear so there is very little rummaging through huge pockets to find your wristbands. As well the interior color is red which helps to locate gear easier.
Manufactured with a lightweight, water resistant rip-stop nylon. This bag is easy to carry and will last a long time.
Carrying straps on the top can be used for over the shoulder or as a backpack. Reinforced carrying handles on each end make it easy to grab and go.
The other nice feature of the backpack straps are they are cut away to make them more form fitting and not so big/bulky around the armpit when carrying. Tecnifibre put a lot of thought into this bag
ATP Rackpack Pro
The ATP Rackpack Pro in this video is nearly identical to the Air Endurance Rackpack with a couple of minor differences. First, the color schemes are different. Second, the Air Endurance has a ventilated “speed ventilation” panel for the towel compartment.
Weight: 4 kg
Bag size: 6 racquet
Colors: black, blue, red, white
Guide to Racquet Bag Sizes
|EXTRA SMALL||3 RACQUET|
|Single compartment. Best suited for children or players who have a locker at the club and therefore only have to carry their racquet back and forth. No room for shoes. No backpack-style straps.|
|Dual compartment. Generally the smallest bag an adult rec player should consider. Typically does not have a shoe compartment. Sometimes has a shoe compartment on the underside of the bag which requires turning the bag upside down to access. This can result in important things falling out and getting lost. Most bags of this size have backpack straps, but the straps are often on the sides.|
|This is the smallest three-compartment bag. It is also the most popular size because bags bigger than this may not fit inside a locker while bags smaller than this may not carry everything you need. Shoe compartment in this size is typically on top, which is a good thing. Virtually all bags of this size have backpack straps.|
|This is a mid-sized three-compartment bag. It is big enough to carry everything you need but may be too big to fit inside a typical locker. Shoe compartment is typically on top and this size usually has a wet bag, too. Virtually all bags of this size have backpack straps. This size is popular with tournament players who carry spare racquets and extra gear.|
|EXTRA LARGE||15 RACQUET|
|This is a large three-compartment bag. It is big enough to carry everything a teaching pro needs and is definitely too big to fit inside a typical locker. Usually has a shoe compartment and wet bag. Virtually all bags of this size have backpack straps. This size is popular with teaching pros who have to carry lots of extra stuff for lessons.|