Designed in conjunction with members of the British Foil team. A bag designed for any serious fencer, made with rip stop nylon for durability and available in a range of colours. Add your name on the bag to make it stand out in a crowded fencing hall.
- Integrated Wheels
- Vertical Standing
- Separate weapon bag with detachable shoulder strap
- Sized to fit full sized long handle French grip epees.
- Detachable straps
- Metal extendible handle
- Separate weapons and clothes sections with appropriate internal pockets
- Side pocket for mask
- Side pocket for shoes
- Water bottle holder
- Wire frame for easy access
- Rivets at the point where main handle straps are attached to the bag.
"We needed something that was suited for international travel, so light and compact to minimise damage during air travel. An example of this are the fold away handles and removable straps. Making it stand vertical has revolutionised travel it means less lifting and taking up less space in queues and in fencing venues."
Richard Kruse - World Combat Games Champion
"When you get a chance to test a product you can spot things that the manufacture might have missed for example the original had no water holder or name tag. It’s the attention to detail that makes it great. "
Laurence Halstead - GBR
Main bag: Length 110cm x 28cm x 30cm
Top bag: Length 110cm x 6cm x 30cm
Empty weight 5.5kg
MAX load = 25kg
Main bag: 92.4 litres
Top bag: 19.8 liters
International Travel Important Information
When in transit the best way to ensure your Team bag does not get damaged by airport bag handlers please use the separately sold removable luggage straps. (Ref: 520WSLS) If you do not have this item take the top bag off and store it inside the bag. It fits neatly inside the smaller weapon compartment. If it does not fit in the bag when you are fully loaded the likelihood is you will be over the maximum weight for the bag so it will get broken in transit and you should check it as 2 separate bags.
*Leon Paul CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE for bags that are damaged though mistreatment of any kind. If an airline does break your bag in transit, please claim on your travel insurance or from the airline.