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The Vice FORCE carry bag features new details that have ben designed to maximise functionality and comfort whilst you walk down the fairways.

Additional in-pocket compartments allow for a smarter allocation for accessories like tees and pitch mark repair tools, water bottles or sunscreen. A double zipper system, meanwhile, facilitates the opening and the closing of the ball pocket compared to the previous model.

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Vice says its latest bag tackles some of the issues that they say are common among bags currently on the market: such as poorly sewn patches, instable frames or leaking zips. The FORCE presents a functional, comfortable and design-oriented bag that meets all requirements, even those of the most demanding golfers.

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The FORCE avoids ‘club chaos’ thanks to its 6-compartment design, with dividers over the full length of the bag. It is very lightweight, weighing only 5 lbs and its pure carbon frame with extra-large pads delivers maximum stability in every situation.

We also have an ergonomic carrying handle integrated into the top for simple transportation and ergonomically formed and flexibly adjustable soft-padded shoulder straps and a soft-padded cushion for the back.

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Further details include a special velour-lined side pocket offering safe
storage for valuables and a recovery pocket on the side to retrieve
small items dropped into the bag.

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The bag is constructed from a UV-light resistant, high performance nylon material with high-quality YKK™ AQUASEAL zips that prevent water leaking into the bag.

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