Announces Lineup of Wilson Tennis Bags for October 2011

Wide Selection Gives Players Many Options
By: Christopher Mohr
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Wilson Tour BLX red tennis bags
Wilson Tour BLX red tennis bags
Sept. 29, 2011 - PRLog -- It was announced today that will supply a wide variety of  Wilson tennis bags (bags that can hold at least seven rackets) in October 2011. The partnership with Wilson, a trusted name in tennis equipment, will be a huge benefit to the online retailer's customers. president Hans Paino summed up the relationship with Wilson in one word, “Huge”.

Paino elaborated further about the benefit to the customers, “To be able to work with one of the most reputable providers of tennis equipment provides our customers with many great options to choose from.”

There are Wilson tennis bags suitable for every budget and any competitive level of player.

Super Six Bags
The BLX Tour Federer Super Six is a top-of-the-line model, providing just about everything a tennis player could want in a bag. It says a lot about a bag when a player like five-time U.S. Open champion Roger Federer uses it himself. The ThermoGuard and MoistureGuard compartments protect rackets from damaging heat and moisture. The numerous pockets are great for competitive players who carry a lot of clothing and accessories. It can hold up to 12 rackets.

Elite level players will also like the BLX Tour Super Six tennis bags. They can hold up to nine rackets in three different compartments. Two of the compartments use ThermoGuard technology, which protects rackets from heat and prevents degradation. It is a great selection for those who need a bag to carry several rackets or extra compartments to store clothing and other gear. You can carry the bag using the handles or the convenient backstraps.

The BLX Team II Super Six bag is the most affordable 12 racket Wilson tennis bag. This is a great option for tournament players who use multiple rackets and need space for clothing and accessories for about 40% less than the BLX Federer Super Six. It is also PVC free.

The Pro Staff Super Six has many of the same features as the BLX Tour Super Six, but at half the price. It can hold up to nine rackets and  has handles and backstraps for easy portability. The PVC free materials provide a more green option.

Four to Six Racket Bags
The next group of bags is in the four to six racket range. The Wilson BLX Tour Six Plus can hold up to six rackets, but also has room for clothing and accessories at the same time. It has ThermoGuard and MoistureGuard compartments to prevent heat and moisture damage.

The Wilson BLX Team II 6X Tennis Bag will hold up to six rackets and is expandable to carry clothing and accessories.

The Pros Staff Six bag provides an affordable option in the four to six racket class. It will allow you to carry up to six rackets and has a zippered wet dry compartment.

One to Three Racket bags offers the Wilson BLX Team II 3X, U.S. Open Triple and Wilson BLX Team II Triple multi-racket bags. The backpack models include the BLX Tour Tennis, BLX Club Tennis, U.S. Open, Pro Staff and Hope. The Hope is also available in a tote style model.

About the Companies
The Wilson Sporting Goods Company manufactures products for several different sports, including tennis. Their headquarters is in Chicago, where the company was founded in 1914. was founded in Oceanside, CA in 2004. They are one of the leading online retailers of  tennis equipment and apparel, including Wilson tennis bags. Their site includes the powerful and user friendly Racquet Pro Technology, allows buyers to shop with ease by providing criteria to narrow down possible selections.

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Source:Christopher Mohr
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