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PING revamp the L8 bag

October 31, 2013

Twenty-five years ago, PING’s original L8 carry bag set the standard for modern day models. The L8 was the first golf bag to offer retractable legs, now commonplace across the market.


The updated PING L8 stand bag
The updated PING L8 stand bag

Offered in five vibrant colour options, the newly revamped L8 offers two sliding shoulder pads for long-lasting comfort, which is furthered by a strap ‘slider’ that promotes a backpack style fit.

Moreover, avid carriers will benefit hugely from the ultra-lightweight structure. Weighing in at approximately 4lbs, L8 is one of the lightest bags on the market. Importantly, PING hasn’t compromised on performance, with a rugged 600 denier polyester material ensuring durability.

PING engineers have utilised every inch of space available, meaning golfers can enjoy pockets for apparel, balls and water bottles, while interior mesh pockets act as handy dividers.

A wider, 24” leg span enhances stability, while a 4-way reinforced top benefits from anti-flex walls made from high-impact polypropylene.
Available colours: Electric Blue/Black/Lime, Black, Charcoal/Red/Black, Black/Pink, Charcoal/Black/Lime

RRP: £115

Visit www.ping.com

 






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