Club Glove Ballistic golf club luggage
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Aug 23, 2012 6:12 PM ET
As peripatetic golfers know all too well, travel is hard on the mind as well as the body. It also doesn’t do luggage much good, either, which is one reason to consider the latest offerings in that realm from Club Glove.
Club Glove is best recognized for the Last Bag golf travel cover it has sold for the past 10 years. But the company has also worked its way into the basic luggage picture for golfers, most recently with it TRS Ballistic line, which company officials say is used with regularity by more than 100 top-ranked touring professionals.
Available in five options, from the backpack model to XL check-in, the bags employ a military-spec material made of a 1050 denier Ballistic Nylon called Invista Cordura, which is designed to provide double the abrasion resistance and four times the tear resistance of other top brands.
Other TRS Ballistic features include a patented wheelbase and retractable handle that are engineered to be durable as they also provide balance and convenience, and packing modules made to make compartmentalization of clothing, toiletries, shoe and other items efficient and simple.
And when the models in the TRS Ballistic line are used as a set, travelers can take advantage of Club Glove’s patent-pending Train Reaction system, which allows for quick and easy connection of pieces while reducing the effort needed to pull or push gear by creating an optimal center of gravity.
TRS Ballistics come in two colors: solid black and a two-tone black-and-bronze scheme. In addition to the backpack and the XL check-in, the line also features a shoulder bag, a carry-on and a regular check-in. They are all offered for sale individually, or as a set.
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