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If you like simplicity, check out E-Force's most mobile, easy use bag - you're sure to stand out while lookin' good. Fits all the essentials with no wasted space. The perfect travel or daily use racquetball duffel. This line of bags is designed to match the new Heatseeker 2.0 racquets, so not only will you be functional but fashionable too.
  • Dimensions: L22" x W11" x H14"
  • Material: Fine-weave, durable heavy-gauge synthetic nylon
  • Main compartment with "U" zipper for easy access
  • Seperate inside valuables pocket
  • Adjustable shoulder strap and velcro handle
  • Detachable glove drying cord
  • Inside keys clip

Comments: I have an older version of the [Medium Bag] and I find it to be just the right size for all my clothes and gear including my sneakers for daily use. I've been playing 3 times a week for over 40 years and I've had the same mid-sized bag for many years without a problem.
From: Nate, Seattle, WA, USA, 04/15
Skill-level: solid B 

Comments: [E-Force Medium Bag] I liked all the pockets but it's about a year old and it's ripped down the whole length of the top zipper.  Not really reparable.  Don't think I did anything to it either .   Disappointed.  So now I''m back on the site looking for a replacement.
From: Rich, Phoenix, AZ, USA, 11/14
Skill-level: Low-B, High-C 

Comments: The E-Force Medium Bag is a piece of garbage. The zipper fell apart after a few months and the inside pocket tie fell off within a few days. The company does not stand behind its product to offer an exchange.  
From: Ken, NY, USA, 10/14
Skill-level: B 

Comments: E-Force Medium Bag is Junk.  The zippers are detached from the bag after several months of use.
From: Baller, Miami, FL, USA, 01/14
Skill-level: B 

Comments: Do not purchase the E-Force Medium Bag. It is not durable or sewn very well. Like Remo M's bag, my bag has torn in two spots along the zipper seams. I bought my bag Feb 2013 and used it in the winter and late fall of this year. In total, I probably used the bag for about 4 or 5 months. Now I have to figure out how to repair it or take a gamble on another racquetball bag. Someone should test these bags out before they sell them. I don't mind paying  $60 bucks for a bag, but it should last. Hell, I would pay $100-$150 for a well made bag. 
From: Miles H., Fargo, ND, USA, 11/13
Skill-level: B+/A- 

Comments: The E-Force Medium Bag is the perfect size, right amount of compartments but the craftsmanship is bad. After 6 months, the bag ripped from the seams near the zippers in two areas, by the shoulder strap and next the end-compartment zippers (the zippers still in good condition).  I'm tired to walk around with a ripped bag, so I'm switching to the Gearbox Club Classic bag, a few of my friends have it and it seems to be holding up quite well. 
From: Remo M., Houston, TX, USA, 07/13
Skill-level: Elite 

Comments: Purchased this E-Force Medium Bag for my dad for fathers day since he plays with E-Force racquets and he LOVES it... to me the bag has plenty of room seems to be made very well for the cost.
From: Cory, Laveen, AZ, USA, 06/13

Comments: I consistently purchase E-Force racquets, so I thought I would try their Backpack bag. Huge Mistake. Overall the bag feels flimsy, the primary zipper design of the bag just doesn't "feel" right, and when trying to unzip/zip the bag, you have to deal with the glove drying cord in your way. I'm very disappointed and will probably purchase a different bag right away rather than endure this from week to week. Total waste of $40.
From: Martin, Destin, FL, USA, 03/12
Skill-level: C+

Comments: Just got this club bag...it's really a bit small if you bring your shoes...racquets fit fine. No ball compartment or eye guard pocket, or water bottle slot either. The old medium bag was a better way to go if you bring anything but racquets. POOR design work by a bunch of guys claiming to know about racquetball, honestly.
From: Klaus, OH, USA