The Motocaddy 2016 bag range features four innovative models with new styling and improved top layout with larger dividers for easier use
Motocaddy 2016 Bag Range Revealed
Leading British trolley company Motocaddy has launched its new 2016 range of eye-catching, efficient and durable cart bags.
The range of Lite, Club, Pro and Dry-Series bags incorporate a new and improved top layout with larger dividers for better club organisation and the inclusion of a fat putter grip.
There is also an upgraded anti-twist base which features the brand’s innovative EASILOCK bag-to-trolley connection system.
The new Dry-Series model continues on the theme from last season’s first 100% waterproof cart bag, with more technical elements.
The Dry-Series model sports a durable 2000mm-coated waterproof fabric, heat-welded seams and thermo-sealed nylon-coated zips, which ensures the contents of the bag remain soak-free. The bag is also only 2.3kg and offers a host of other features, including 14 full-length dividers.
The Pro-Series bag has a new design and is made from premium PU material that incorporates 14 full-length dividers, a dedicated putter well, external umbrella sleeve and a combined glove and towel hook.
Other features include seven pockets, new thermoformed panels on both sides, upper and lower grab handles, insulated cooler pocket and detachable rain hood.
If space is what you are looking for then the Club-Series range is your best bet, offering up to eight pockets. This bag also has towel hook, umbrella sleeve, an insulated cooler pocket, plus upper and lower grab handles for easy manoeuvring. Like the Dry-Series and Pro-Series bag, the Club-Series bag too has a compartment to keep valuables dry.
If you are looking to save space, then the Lite-Series bag is the best option for your needs. It weighs the lightest and is the most compact in the new range, at 2.2kg. It contains 14-way club dividers, seven pockets, upper and lower grab handles, a detachable rain hood and external umbrella holder.
Marketing Manager, Oliver Churcher said that the reaction on the bags had been encouraging. “We’ve invested a lot on R&D to make sure we’re ticking all of the boxes and listening to feedback from existing customers.
The bags will be available in March with a total of 14 bags across the four ranges costing from £79.99-£179.99 in a range of colours.
More information can be found on www.motocaddy.com on the bags and a range other equipment.