HEAD Ultra Combi Racquetball Bag
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The 2012 Head Ultra Combi bag is ideal for any recreational player going to the club for a practice hit, match, or even just to watch or socialize. With three easy grab handles and two backpack straps you're ready to go at the drop of a hat. Despite being so compact, this bag can hold a lot, and with sub dividers in almost every pocket, it's easy to stay organized too.
  • Dimensions: L 26" x W 15" x H 13"
  • 1 Large main compartment
  • 1 Temperature controlled racquet compartment
  • 1 Large accessory compartment with internal organizers
  • 1 Medium accessory compartment
  • 1 Small accessory compartment with padded internal pockets
  • Dual padded, adjustable shoulder straps for comfort & padded handle for easy carrying
  • 3 Quick grab handles
  • Removable Glove cord

Comments: (Head Zeus Ultra Combi)Great the bag, size is just right. Well made, material is nice & heavy so bag wont get droopy. Each section is well designed. Has lots of interior pockets and came with 2 smaller storage bags (one mesh and one for wet cloths.  I like this bag much better then my Ektelon Club bag, which doesn't have much shape to it and graphics are 'too loud' for my taste. 
From: LD, Cherry Hill, NJ, USA, 03/14
Skill-level: D/C 

Comments: [Head Racquetball Back Pack Bag] Great bag - lots of roomy compartments.  Lightweight and comfortable.  No issues with the glove string....plenty strong.  If you were to carry the bag by the string as opposed to the shoulder strap....yeah, I can see it giving over time....otherwise, more than sufficient to hold your gloves.
From: Paul, Lewisville, TX, USA, 10/13
Skill-level: A- 

Comments: Huge bag. Very thoughtfully designed with well considered features. Large enough for Rball gear and gym stuff so one bag sufficies rather than having to carry two. One deficiency is the attachments of the mounts for the glove string. This is woefully insufficient. On my bag both tore completely lose within weeks and I had to jury attach ad hoc substitutes... one expects better especially as the added cost of adequate attachment would be minimal.
From: Patrick, Phoenix, AZ, USA, 12/12
Skill-level:C