MMA What gym bag do you use?

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  1. ZZex

    ZZex New Member

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    I know it's irreverent and shouldn't be a big deal but what bag do you guys use for your gym/training bag? I'm looking for a duffel bag (BJJ if that matters) that's not too long but not too small. Lotta people on Sherdog likes Datsusara but that's 28inches long. I'm worried that's too big if the only thing that'll be in my bag is a Gi, water bottles, sandal, and rash/shorts. What do you guys use? Atama, Koral, Ogio, Datsusara, typical sports bag (Adidas/Reebok/Nike), or something else?

    If I can't figure something out by this week, I'm just going to get the Datsusara PGB3

    edit: Size kinda matters to me cause I'll be trucking it from home to work to gym to home. LOTTA public commuting so I don't want anything TOO big because it'll take up too much space on the train/bus
     
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    i got mine at one of those mountaineering type stores. i've never had a better gym bag. i don't know what all the pouches were originally designed for, but it's perfect for all my crap. i feel like with koral and atama type stuff you're just paying for the name. a bag is a bag.
     
  3. Hillary

    Hillary fukc yaeh. ew waitled long enough. nujgses of hill

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    Perfect size, gi material washes well, and I feel tough.
     
  4. ZZex

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    If a Koral bag makes Hillary feel tough, I'm getting it
     
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    checkii ฝรั่งตาน้ำข้าว

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    Diadaro large team socer bag

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    tons of room, sturdy straps, functional, and I got it for $18 shipped off ebay
     
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    $20 and has lasted me over 3 years
     
  7. ZZex

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    Or something like this
     
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    I have the same one.
    I lost the fully loaded kind of elastic strap.
     
  10. Joris

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    Under Armor.
     
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    I just throw my shit into one of those cloth bags that tighten with the rope straps. It came with a motorcycle helmet.
     
  12. Ricey McRicerton

    Ricey McRicerton New Member

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    I've got a REI duffell bag that was like 20 bucks. It's too big, but oh well.
     
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    some $20 bag i got at walmart like 7 years ago
     
  14. ZZex

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    I went with the Datsusara. I don't know how everyone still uses the walmart bags. I must of bought 4 different types of bags and they've all ripped somehow. Mind you it goes through wear and tear since I'm on the bus/train/commute for 3-4 hours a day. I'd be different if it was just a storage bag in the back seat of the car.:hs:
     
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    Since I've purchased this my penis has gotten significantly larger.

    Edit: Best bag ever. Fit's extra pair of shoes/sandals.. gi/no-gi crap. Striking equipment.. 2 6mo old Ecuadorian babies.
     
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    i have a few cheap good sized duffles from sports back in the day, sure wouldn't pay any big money for anything with a name brand on it. whatever cheap bag is big enough to carry all of your gear is all that is needed, i sort of chuckle when i see dudes with logo's on their shit like "tapout" i mean who gives a shit, if someone needs Tapout on the side of their bag just use a god damn marker and save $20 or $30
     
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    Nobody thinks the backpack made with gi material is nice :dunno: You guys can suck it!!
     

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