Champro 36" Wheeled Umpire Equipment Bag
Official Review: Champro 36" Wheeled Umpire Equipment Bag
Let us show you why the Champro 36" is one of the most undervalued bag on the market.
Charlestown, New South Wales, Australia
This bag is huge & has more than ample room for everything I need. My main reason for choosing this bag was the handles for lifting the bag are positioned below the zipper & seams dividing the the upper & lower sections, meaning when the bag is lifted or wheeled there is no extra stress on the on these weaker areas. This may be a small point of difference though something that was a issue with previous bags.
This bag is everything I needed. Ample space for all my gear and uniforms. I particularly like the pockets in the top to help organize my indicators, brush and line up card holders. The only addition I would make would be internal straps to hold clothing in place. Two thumbs up and 5 stars.
This is a great umpire equipment bag. Separate upper compartment can be accessed by zipper when the lower compartment is being used. Mesh and zipper compartments hold smaller items like indicators and plate brushes. The only thing I dislike about this bag is that it doesn't stand up on it's own unless you overstuff the smaller zippered top compartment. Small inconvenience but otherwise a good investment for the organized, traveling umpire.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||Can I purchase replacement wheels for this gear bag?|
– Daniel Klein
No, we do not have parts for gear bags available for retail.– Ty Unthank
Communication & Service Specialist, Pro Umpire School Graduate and Umpire
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