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BIG MAX expand its Aqua bag range for 2017

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With 100% waterproofing as standard, the Aqua V-1 includes the patented twist and lock sports organiser top. Also new is the Aqua Style, an ultra-lightweight cart bag with a huge amount of features that bely its weight.
The BIG MAX Aqua V-1 offers all the practicality of the most spacious Tour bag and then adds innovation that makes it distinctly BIG MAX.
With 14 full length dividers, including oversize putter well for large grips, 9 waterproof pockets, 2 cooler pockets and a dedicated battery pocket, the Aqua V-1 gives a golfer with all the gear, simplicity of use, Tour bag storage and unrivalled waterproof practicality.

The BIG MAX Aqua Style takes classic design and spacious capacity to the next level while keeping overall weight down to just 2.1kg and the classic design, in five different colour combinations, helps the Style live up to its name. Getting a golfers gear round the course has never been so easy with all the BIG MAX touches, and doing it in Style now comes as standard.

The V-1 and Style add to the already impressive Aqua range that now covers Tour, Sport, V-1 and Style in cart bag and Aqua 6, 7 & 8 in stand bag. For more information on the BIG MAX Aqua range visit www.bigmaxgolf.com

The Aqua V-1 bag has an RRP of €350 and available in 6 colours while the Aqua Style retails at €300 and available in 5 colour choices.  For more info visit www.bigmaxgolf.co.uk

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