Review: Sun Mountain H2NO Sunday bag is perfect for all conditions

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The ultra-lightweight, waterproof H2NO Sunday bag from Sun Mountain is a pencil bag you can always turn to, regardless of how bad the weather forecast is.

Despite the rapidly approaching winter months, this bag remains a fantastic option due to its waterproof construction, solid base and retractable legs.

Sun Mountain’s reliable H2NO waterproof fabric, with water-resistant zips and taped seams, helps to combat the all to common issue that arises when using a pencil bag of soaking wet grips, clothes or whatever else you happen have in your bag when it starts to pour down.

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The super-lightweight durable nylon fabric, with a 2000mm waterproof coating, helps to protect your clubs and accessories from the elements. The cleverly designed stubby plastic legs also help to raise the bag from the ground, to again help keep everything bone dry throughout the round.  

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The solid base is another handy feature that makes the bag feel more structured than most other ultra-lightweight offerings in this bag category. It combines with the 3-way padded divider to help make your clubs easily accessible.

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Other features include one full-length and another half-length pocket; a rain hood; adjustable padded carry strap and hip pad; plus an umbrella holder and rubber carry handle. There is also an extra pocket inside the full-length pocket for your valuables.

For someone who has always leaned towards using a pencil bag during the summer months, it is great to have one that I can now use throughout the entire year. For such a small bag it comes with plenty of features and the two pockets are easily large enough to fit everything I require out on the course. 

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My only quibble with the H2NO Sunday is the fact it has a single carry strap design. Other than that, there really is nothing I can fault this bag on. If you are looking for a new pencil bag then I wouldn’t be looking much further than this.

Price: £140 

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