SUN MOUNTAIN LAUNCH NEW H2NO BAGS
Always innovative Sun Mountain have upgraded the games first-ever waterproof golf bags they introduced last year.
Always innovative Sun Mountain have upgraded the games first-ever waterproof golf bags they introduced last year, both in carry/stand and cart bag versions.
The new Sun Mountain H2NO, once more constructed from water-proof materials, will have expanded pockets that are seam-sealed for additional waterproof protection and will be available in more colour options, including black, navy blue, olive green, white and yellow-gold.
The H2NO bags are being retailed at suggested prices of $239 for the stand bag and R279 for the cart bag.
The waterproof pockets and rainhood on the H2NO feature the same waterproof construction as Sun Mountain’s line of rainwear and include waterproof fabric, taped seams, and YKK(r) waterproof zippers.
The extra technology required to make a bag waterproof will be much appreciated by golfers who carry items like cigars, mobile phones, and scorecards from once-in-a-lifetime rounds.
Additionally, when used with its matching rainhood, the H2NO offers waterproof protection for the entire bag including the clubs.
Built upon the same frame as Sun Mountain’s Superlight 3.5, the H2NO carry bag features all of the innovations that make the Superlight so popular.
These include the patented built-in top collar handle, providing a convenient spot to grab when removing the bag from the shoulder, top-molded stand attachment for stability, and patented Roller-Bottom stand mechanism for easy leg activation.
Additionally, H2NO features ample storage space with six pockets to include a full-length clothing pocket, water bottle pouch and velour-lined valuables pocket.
The new built-in top collar handle is part of the H2NO carry bag’s integrated one-piece top that combines the top cuff, the built-in collar handle, and the upper stand bracket.
This six-way top with full-length dividers also offers a higher strap attachment point that effectively moves the center of gravity of the bag resulting in a more balanced bag for easier carrying.
The H2NO stand bag features Sun Mountain’s E-Z Fit(r) Strap System for carrying with dual strap ease.
The H2NO cart bag features a 14″, 14-way top for the ease of individual club dividers. Pocket space is not an issue with seven pockets including two full-length clothing pockets, multiple accessory pockets, a velour-lined valuables pocket, and a beverage pocket all front facing for easy access when the bag is on the cart.
In addition to golf bags, Sun Mountain is dedicated to finding the most innovative fabrics, the latest weaving processes, and the best designs to manufacture a line of performance outerwear that includes rainsuits, windshirts, fleece and the RainFlex(r) collection.
Sun Mountain is an officially licensed supplier of outerwear to the PGA Tour, Champions Tour, Duramed Futures Tour, and Nationwide Tour.
The Sun Mountain Speed Cart(r) is the leader of the push cart market.
For over 20 years, Sun Mountain has been designing and manufacturing functional, high-quality, lightweight golf bags for the serious golfer and can quite rightly claim to have been responsible for many industry firsts, including being the first to use backpacking technology to produce a lightweight nylon golf bag, and being the first to develop a stand bag with integral legs.
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