Product Review: Gray-Nicolls GN800 Duffel Bag

Gray-Nicolls GN800 Duffel Bag

This is a good bag, but the fact that you can’t get two adult (SH) bats in rules it out as an option for the senior player in my opinion. Another weakness is the lack of a separate pocket for your helmet so whilst you can get two bats (just) and a helmet in the straps are really hard to fasten and the bag loses shape and becomes very bulky.

Those issues aside for players with smaller bats and helmet this is a really good bag.

Gray-Nicolls GN800 Duffel Bag

My Review

Pockets, lots of pockets, which means that you can get a lot in, but you will need a good memory as to what goes where.

I like the colour and like the front loading zip, although it not being full length can make getting pads in particular in, and there is not natural place for your helmet.

It is comfortable on the shoulders and would be an excellent bag for the younger player.

Manufacturers Product Description

The new range of Gray-Nicolls luggage – the GN800 – features a fantastic duffle option that will become an essential product for cricketers across the globe. In striking blue, navy and grey, the GN800 Duffle is a high performance, high-class item with a host of brilliant features.

Featuring seven storage pockets, there is ample space for all your kit needs – even for cricketers with more kit than they could ever use. There is a primary storage item in the heart of the bag, with ample room for pads, shoes and helmet to fit comfortably.

The internal padded bat pocket ensures your trusted weapon of choice is protected at all costs, while there are multiple areas to keep those little extras that cricketers like to have on them at all time – tape, scissors, grips and bat cones.

Precision engineering is the order of the day with the GN800. There at two shoulder straps on the bag, featuring fabulously soft padding that ensures whoever is wearing it will never experience any discomfort. We have also included a lined valuables section, helping keep your items safe.

Perfect for young cricketers and club players; the GN800 Duffle is functional, comfortable, and brilliant value for money. It comes with the Gray-Nicolls promise of quality and performance – we can’t wait to hear your feedback.

Features:

  • Functional large duffle
  • Excellent, innovative storage options
  • Large side pockets for extra storage
  • Seven separate sections for kit storage
  • Internal padded bat pocket to protect your most important item
  • Padded shoulder straps for added comfort while transporting
  • Lined valuable section to keep your possessions safe
  • Size: 85 x 38 x 35cms

MRP £69.99

Gray-Nicolls GN800 Duffel Bag
Gray-Nicolls GN800 Duffel Bag

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