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Choices in Baseball Bags

Baseball bags are important in gathering mitts, helmets, bats and other necessary equipment in an organized way allowing you to focus on the game. There are a variety of different baseball bags from which to choose, but the primary types include:

Traditional Baseball Bags

Traditional baseball bags have been a staple of the sport for decades. Understandably the configuration has changed little over the years and resembles an elongated satchel with long handles that allow the bag to be carried over the shoulder; many Easton baseball bags can be found in this traditional style. Although there is variation, some of the more identifiable characteristics of the traditional bag are:

• Medium capacity to fit bats, mitts and gear
• Durable polyester construction
• Strong handles

Wheeled Baseball Bags

Often more convenient and easier on the back, wheeled baseball bags provide a configuration that’s similar to traditional bags, but offers a sturdier base and set of wheels that make transporting your gear much easier. Since carrying gear is less difficult, a baseball bag on wheels is particularly spacious and will make your trip to the field a breeze. When shopping for wheeled baseball bags, look for some of these features:

• Large capacity; ability to carry all equipment (e.g. catcher’s gear)
• An extendable handle to prevent the need to bend over
• A reinforced base for added durability
• Durable, all-surface wheels

Baseball Bat Packs

For those staying local and running to practice or the batting cages, baseball bat packs will contain your basic equipment without complication. Designed for quick trips, this pack is a cross between a backpack and a bat bag to hold just your necessary gear; Easton bat bags have several that range from basic to much more feature rich. If you’re looking for one of these carryalls for your baseball stuff, look for:

• Multiple bat sleeves to protect your bats
• Fence hooks to hang your bag in the dugout
• Multiple compartments, including a hard-shell to protect your glove

Selecting a Bag: What to Look For

With the many different bag types, features and manufacturers, it can be difficult to figure out which one is the best choice for you. No matter if you’re favoring a bat bag, baseball bag on wheels or another option, there are some characteristics that you should look for:
Capacity – Closely consider the capacity of the bag and match it to your needs. For example, Catchers have more equipment than other players so a higher capacity baseball bag on wheels may be a good choice. Alternatively, if you just need a bag to carry you equipment between school and the field, baseball bat packs would be something to consider.
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Portability – By their nature equipment bags are portable, so focus on components that will matter most to you. If you’re leaning toward a traditional bat bag, make sure that the handles are heavy and double stitched to ensure durability. Wheeled baseball bags should have sturdy, all-terrain wheels to make sure the bag can move smoothly across all types of surfaces.

Expert Advice: Choosing the Right Baseball Bag

Everyone should be able to determine their needs, assess the available equipment bags and make a choice, but having a few helpful tips can help. Consider these pointers when looking for your next bat bag:

• Wheeled Bags Are Better Choices for Younger Athletes

• When Durability is Needed, Look for:

o Double Stitched Seams
o Heavy Duty Zippers
o Heavy Bottom Insert
• Exterior Bellows Pockets for Quick Access