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Sun Mountain H2NO Stand


$239.00 Released July, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Don't have to worry about the rain damaging the bag. Rainhood is easy to flip over the contents of the bag to keep everything dry. Made with lightweight materials, just a few pounds.

The Cons:Feet tend to sink into wet earth and get a little stuck.

The Sun Mountain H2NO Stand is a mid-priced golf bag. As the H2NO name implies, this bag is waterproof, which is the feature Sun Mountain emphasizes most in promotion. When the rain starts up, you use the waterproof rainhood to cover the exterior of the your golf bag.

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The combination of YKK zippers, taped seams and coated nylon fabric keeps the pockets of the H2NO dry. Like the Sun Mountain Four 5 golf bag, the light weight (4.1lbs.) of the H2NO is emphasized in promotion. Also like the Four 5, the H2NO has an integrated handle and Dual-Strap System, which are designed to make carrying easy. Like many of Sun Mountain's golf bags, the H2NO Stand has a two-leg standing system, which allows you to stand your bag up while you shoot. There are color options available for the Sun Mountain H2NO Stand golf bag.

Features

  • Color options
  • Rainhood
  • Two-leg standing system
  • YKK zippers
  • Taped seams
  • Coated nylon fabric
  • Lightweight (4.1lbs.)
  • Integrated handle
  • Dual-Strap System
  • Water botle pouch
  • Velour-lined valuables bag
  • Six pockets in total

Color Options

  • Yellow
  • Red
  • Navy
  • Dark Green
  • Black

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Pros
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    don't have to worry about the rain damaging the bag

  • 1

    rainhood is easy to flip over the contents of the bag to keep everything dry

  • 1

    made with lightweight materials, just a few pounds

  • 1

    straps keep it balanced as you walk with it

  • 1

    nice padding on the straps, doesn't dig in

  • 1

    legs and feet slide out easily, just takes a second to set the bag down

Cons
  • 1

    feet tend to sink into wet earth and get a little stuck

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