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Sun Mountain Golf- 2011 Superlight 3.5 Stand Bag

About This Item

  • Manufacturer: Sun Mountain Golf
  • Model: Superlight 3.5 Stand Bag
  • Condition: NEW, FACTORY SEALED
  • Makeup/Loft: Stand Bag
  • Color: See DropDown
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The Sun Mountain Superlight 3.5 Stand Bag reigns again as the lightweight champion. Weighing in at just 4.6 pounds, with a new patent-pending, 10" oval, four-way top with three integrated handles, this champ is better than ever.
  • Patent-pending 10" four-way top with three integrated handles
  • Wide shoulder straps for increased comfort
  • Top-molded stand attachment for increased durability and stability
  • Patented Roller Bottom and recessed Y-spring leg activator
  • E-Z Fit Dual Strap System
  • Top-mounted strap attachment
  • Triangular non-slip foot pads resist sinking into grass or sliding on slick surfaces
  • Seven pockets, including a water bottle pouch, velour-lined valuables pocket, full-length clothing pocket and a ball pocket with two-way zippers
  • Ball liner
  • Pen holder
  • Matching rainhood
  • Product Reviews

    Sun Mountain Golf- 2011 Superlight 3.5 Stand Bag
    4 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
    Sydney, Australia
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    First time user of Sun Mountain (3.5 SL)
    May 4, 2011
    Used a Mizuno Aerolite for 7-8 years. Reliable, tough and light. Great bag. A couple of the Kabuki compartment dividers tore out, making it hard to get sticks out as they tangled. It has not been treated "precious" over its life. Traveled extensively on plane, buses, trains and cars. Replacement short list was between the Sun Mountain and and another Miizuno Aerolite (the IV, now). In the end, I just went for a change. Yeah, I know fickle. There was not much separating the two. The Sun Mountain is a good bag. Roomy compartments for the sticks, lots of pockets and I like the bottle compartment a lot. Easy access to water bottle, when carrying. The bag is also designed so that all the pockets can be easily accessed when the bag is on a cart or when a separate waterproof cover is on. Let's see if it has a greater longevity than the Mizuno. Instincts tells me probably not. Happy with it, 2 months in. All in all, it is a great bag.
    a. larger 9.5 inch top makes it easy to get clubs in and out. b. lots of pockets and an easy to reach water bottle pocket c. good shoulder strap adjustment (I am 5ft 4in) d. cart friendly e. legs properly shod, so will not slide and splay out on slippery surfaces.
    a. If you twist the top of the bag when it is standing up, it seems to causes the internal support(s) to creak alarmingly, within it's mounts. Not at all confidence inspiring. b. somewhat difficult to replace water bottle back into pocket (yep - boo hoo )