Mizuno launches new BR-D Series bags

Mizuno's latest collection of stand and cart bags deliver great versatility and performance.

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Tue, 13 Aug 2019
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Mizuno, the Japanese golf equipment manufacturer renowned for its performance products, has released its new bag range, showcasing a great selection of products that are stylish, functional, durable and practical.

Founded in Osaka, Japan, in 1906, Mizuno has long held an enviable industry- and tour-wide reputation for crafting the very finest forged ‘players’ irons’ in the game at its exclusive facility in Hiroshima Japan, offering golfers the ultimate blend of looks, feel and workability. Mizuno also manufactures the highest-quality golf equipment, apparel and accessories, trusted by countless golfers around the world.

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Mizuno has released an extensive range of golf bags this August, offering golfers practical and stylish solutions depending on their golfing requirements.

The Mizuno BR-D2 stand bag is a compact and useful little bag which is ideal for practice, a weekend away or a quick nine holes. It’s supremely lightweight and sleek with a 2-way full length divider and 7- inch top with padded cuff. A mini stand combines with a waterproof underbelly and matching rainhood to keep clubs dry while an apparel pocket, valuables pocket, ball pocket and mesh drinks pouch provide impressive storage for a compact bag. Double shoulder straps make for comfortable carrying and a new climbers style metal accessories clip adds to the functionality.

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The Mizuno BR-D3 stand bag is a more sizeable offering than the BR-D2 yet it remains lightweight, compact and mobile. With a 9.5-inch padded cuff and 4-way full length divider, clubs are well protected while no fewer than 8 pockets provide significant storage for almost anything you wish to carry. Like the BR-D2 it features double shoulder straps for comfort when carrying and the new climbers style metal accessory clip. An insulated drinks pocket will help keep liquids cool on warmer days while the lined pouch will protect valuables. Grab handles at the cuff and bottom make the bag easy to move into and out of car or locker. Available in 4 colour options, the BR-D3 is an attractive and high performing stand bag.

The BR-D4 stand bag goes even further in terms of storage and, because of its versatile base, is equally at home on a trolley as over the shoulders. An incredible 12 pockets and compartments will accommodate anything you could ever need on the course, while insulated drinks pouch and climbers style metal clip provide further useful storage options. It’s an extremely versatile bag.

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Staying with stand bags, the BR-DRI stand bag is a totally waterproof offering with seamless construction to protect your possessions in the worst golfing weather. Mobile and lightweight, with 6 protected pockets and a 1-year waterproof guarantee, this is a high-performance bag that can take anything the elements can throw at it.

Mizuno’s BR-D4C Cart Bag is the brand’s maximum storage cart bag with 12 pockets and compartments. An integrated umbrella sleeve sits behind the main side pocket to keep it clear from cart or trolley attachments. It features a 14-way divider and sizeable 10-inch top. It’s easily moved thanks to grip handles and the cart compatible base ensures it sits solidly on any trolley.

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The BR-DRI Cart Bag is Mizuno’s totally waterproof cart bag option. It features a seamless construction, plus rainhood to protect your possessions in the worst golfing weather and comes with a 1-year waterproof guarantee. Like the BR-D4C, it features a 14-way divider and cart-compatible base.

The new Mizuno BR-D Series of bags will be available from retailers this August. For further information on Mizuno’s full range of golf equipment, apparel and accessories visit: golf.mizunoeurope.com.

RRP's:

BR-D2 Carry £110
BR-D3 Stand £1709
BR-D4 Stand £210
BR-D4 Cart £230
BR-DRI WP Stand £270
BR-DRI WP Cart £290

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