OUR RACKET SPORTS BRAND
As a racket sports brand we have plenty of advice to help you with your game.
Choosing your cover or bag will mainly depend on your level of playing and how much space you need.
1. YOUR LEVEL
Artengo has three types of tennis bags for different playing levels. Not sure how skill comes into choosing a bag? Read on…
FOR OCCASIONAL PLAYERS
If you’re just starting out with tennis and play occasionally (once a month max.) then you simply need a travel cover or a three-racket bag. You will essentially be looking for a bag which is both strong and light .
FOR REGULAR PLAYERS
If you play tennis more regularly (once a month to twice a week) and you’re hoping to make progress, then a six-racket bag would is ideal. These bags also have handy compartments for shoes and accessories . Organized, eh?
FOR INTENSIVE PLAYERS
If you play competitively and practice several times a week, you’ll need a bag that can hold up to twelve rackets with compartments for shoes and accessories as well as reinforced straps to make it easy to carry and durable.
2. WHY NOT A RUCKSACK?
If you don't want to be weighed down with a travel bag or carry cover then you could always try a rucksack . The advantage is that they can hold up to two tennis rackets along with all of your accessories and have lots of different compartments. The extra storage space is super handy for moving from place to place.
Bags & Rucksacks Manager
Practicing any racket sport requires transporting your equipment and protecting it. Our range of Artengo bags can carry your rackets on long distances and will keep them well protected so you can focus on the game ahead.