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Columbia 300 Pro Series - 4 Ball Stackable Bowling Bag

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Columbia 300 Team Columbia - Triple Tote With Pouch - Expected Availability Early August

Columbia 300 Team Columbia - Triple Tote With Pouch - Expected Availability Early August

Columbia 300 Pro Series - 4 Ball Stackable Bowling Bag

  • The 300 Pro Series 4 Ball Stackable Roller, with a front-opening two ball bag and three stage telescoping handle, has a variety of uses. With its heavy duty base, durable 600D/800D Polyester and custom self-repairing zipper, it will outlast the most dedicated bowler.

  • Color - Black / Silver / Red
  • Capacity - 4 Balls
  • Base - Heavy Duty Base
  • Wheels - 5 Inch
  • Handle - 3 Stage Telescoping
  • Zippers - Custom Self Repairing
  • Pockets - Large Capacity
  • Shoe Storage - Separate - Up To Size 15
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    1. Anonymous User on 7/10/2013, said:

    This is the worst bag I've ever had. I had a Storm 4-ball roller for 9 years and really liked it. I beat it up until the handle broke, which is why I got a new one. The pockets don't hold very much; not as much as my previous bag. This is because of the taper at the top or bottom of the pockets. The shoe space is just plain smaller. The bag structure isn't very sturdy, as it's mostly padding. So if you store a lot of stuff, or heavier stuff, in the top, front pocket, the weight will pull the top bag forward so that it doesn't sit straight on top of the bottom. The handles on the bottom are flexible, and not centered on the part of the bag that holds the balls. They are centered on the bottom part from front to back, including the pocket. The ball space is also very open, so when you pick it up the balls roll forward and the ball weight makes the whole thing tip forward. What you can't see in this picture is that the top locks into the bottom (one of very few things that are good about this), but releases via a button on the bottom portion of the roller, between the handle. You must press it with one hand and lift with the other, which is difficult because of the awkward angles this makes you stoop over to in order to reach the button and grab the handle simultaneously. It does have a nice handle. I urge you to find the extra $40-$50 to get a different/better roller. I wish I had. This was truly a waste of money.
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