By Jacob Austin
As well as being lightweight at less than 2.5 kilograms, the main feature of the bag is its 14-way top with full-length dividers
Sun Mountain revealed its 2015 bag line up will include a new range of three stand bags and one cart bag. Following the launch of its most successful waterproof bags last year, the H2NO range aims to rubber stamp Sun Mountain as the market leader in premium golf bags.
All four bags are constructed from a lightweight nylon fabric with a high specification 2000mm coating to protect clubs and accessories from the worst of the British weather. Each bag, including the new H2NO Lite 14 Way model, includes waterproof YKK zippers, tapered seams and matching rain hoods.
According to Sun Mountain, this is the kind of attention to detail that has helped the brand win several awards since their first waterproof bag offering seven years ago.
The new Sun Mountain H2NO Lite 14 way is packed with five pockets including a velour-lined valuables compartment and a full-length clothing side pocket. As well as being lightweight at less than 2.5 kilograms, the main feature of the bag is its 14-way top with full-length dividers.
In addition, the redesigned Auto-Fit® Dual Strap System as well as a cart friendly base and leg-lock system allows the golfer to easily carry the bag or attach it to a trolley.
‘We discovered by speaking to avid golfers that there was a big demand for a lightweight waterproof carry bag that had a 14-way top to help organise clubs’, said Sun Mountain Chief Designer Seth Enes.
He continued, ‘At less than 2.5 kg, the new H2NO Lite 14 Way fills that gap in our range and the introduction of new trendy colours like citron makes the final product among the best we’ve ever produced.’
The Sun Mountain H2NO Lite, H2NO Ultra Lite and H2NO Lite Cart bag complete the H2NO line-up. All bags are now available in four colours (apart from the Lite which has five colour options) and are priced between £189-229 RRP.
A politics graduate, ex-musician and European football guru, but most passionate about all things golf, in particular golf course design, equipment, growing the game and his beloved Hollinwell.
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