June 17, 2013 By Mane Man Magazine
“it’s HUGE. The bag is extra spacious and can fit a ton of stuff.”
Travel like a Pro with the Baller’s Bag
The Baller’s Bag
With the NBA finals among us, boys all around the country (and probably some of us grown men, too) are fantasizing about what it would be like to be a basketball superstar like Dwayne Wade or Lebron James.
Luckily, the Baller’s Bag fits the bill when it comes to being a tech-savvy baller in today’s times. I’ve gotten to use the bag for some time now, and even though I’m not a baller per se, I certainly feel like one with this bag. For one, it’s HUGE. The bag is extra spacious and can fit a ton of stuff. We’re talking several books, a laptop computer or tablet, athletic shoes, gym clothes and a basketball.
Think I’m kidding? Here’s what I was able to fit into the bag:
- 3 pairs of shorts
- 5 shirts
- 1 pair of athletic shoes
- 15 inch Laptop
- 3 books
Now, keep in mind I didn’t even use the ball attachment pouch or ANY of the outside pockets which are also pretty sizable. And, if the size alone weren’t worthy of admiration, the bag feels formidable and provides great back support, which is clearly important if you are a serious athlete. The shoulder straps are noticeably wide and fit snugly enough make me feel comfortable carrying all that stuff. I wish all back packs were made this way.
The bag attachment itself either comes in a spherical or oblong shape which makes it perfect to fit either soccer balls, volleyballs, basketballs or a football if you need it. The ball attachment clips on to the bag itself and it all seems very sturdy even though I didn’t actually have a ball on-hand to give it a shot.
I don’t consider myself an athlete by any means but if you’re a serious high school baller or a pro player you probably need this bag. It’s comfortable, sturdy and spacious enough to be the perfect traveling companion. The pro bag retails for $199.99 but there are also less expensive options to meet your needs. You can purchase your own at www.ballersbag.com.
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