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The Easton Synergy EQ50 hockey bag 42" is the biggest bag in the Easton line, and one of the biggest player bags on the market. If you are looking for bigger bag, so your gear can sit tall with extra leg room the EQ50 is the bag for you. The EQ50 bag might even be big enough for some goalies to use.

The EQ50 bag has a removable skate pocket that is located on the side of the bag. The advantage to having a removable skate pocket on the side is it can easily be removed for embroidery work, making it perfect for teams. This pocket also works well for jerseys and apparel. Easton has put an ID window on the main compartment top flap to help distinguish everyones bag on the team.

  • Model Number: A163128
  • Measurement: 42L x 20H x 20W
  • Material:
    • PVC coated 840D Ripstop and 840D Dobby
      • Offers solid durability and helps prevent rips or cuts from running
  • Graphics:
    • Silk screened Easton logos
  • Main Compartment:
    • U-shaped top flap for easier access and closure
    • Stick strap located on top of the main opening 
      • secures up to two sticks on top of the bag
    • Small accessories pocket located on the inside of the bag perfect for tape, wax, or keys and wallet while your on the rink
    • Mesh windows located at the upper corners of the main compartment
  • Pockets:
    • Mesh end pocket for accessories and small apparel items
    • Zipper end pocket good size for apparel or toiletry items
    • Removable skate pocket for simple and efficient customization
      • Good size pocket for jerseys and apparel if choosing to not use as skate pocket
  • Handles and Straps:
    • Nylon webbing carrying straps with stitched Easton logos
    • Removable shoulder strap
    • Diagonal stabilizer strap to better secure your gear
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Comments: Not very durable, the fabric around all the handles had torn after just 3 road trips. It needs to be reinforced to handle the rigors of travel. If it is only going from the car to the change-room I suspect it would last better. Previous Easton bags have lasted many years of domestic/international travel.
From: Steven, Sydney, NSW

Comments: Mediocre bag that worked fine, at least for awhile. Eventually it began tearing in a couple spots and it became more of a hassle than anything. Personally I enjoy the "pro-style" bag made of tarpaulin more. The lack of segments/pockets can be a pain if you're OCD about sectioning your gear, but the material is way more durable, just as light as nylon, and the bags tend to cost less anyway so it's a win/win.
From: Jack, Ontario, Canada

Comments: I've had this bag for two years and I guess I can't complain. It's big, definitely holds all of my equipment. However, the left pocket stitching was very poor so unfortunately that is of no use. No holes in the bottom though so I guess I'd recommend.
From: Walt, PA

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