This is a sponsored post by Vessel, a luxury bag company based in Carlsbad, California, making high-end tennis bags and accessories handcrafted from premium materials with attention to detail that makes sure every stitch is downright perfect.
The Baseline Racquet Bag is a luxurious take on a classic tennis bag with room for up to six racquets, as two can be carried in an insulated compartment and four in the secondary main compartment which can also be used for clothes or other essentials. The shoe compartment is ventilated, zippers are waterproof, while your drinking water will stay cool thanks to the thermal-lined water bottle pocket, one of four exterior pockets in this design.
Four-point clip on/off system allows this bag to easily be converted from a backpack to a duffel and vice versa. The 5.75 lbs/2.6 kg design is available in black, grey tech, rose gold, and neo mint.
The Baseline Tennis Backpack, available in black and grey, with lime details, is a tennis version of Vessel’s best-selling backpack.
A durable construction includes a thermal-lined racquet compartment for up to two racquets, two expandable exterior pockets with magnetic closure, a quick-access front pocket, and four interior pockets, two of which are velour-lined, intended for storing valuables. On the bottom is a ventilated shoe compartment.
The most elegant tennis players will opt for the Baseline Tennis Tote, made from the highest-quality microsuede synthetic leather. It can store up to two racquets in a separate compartment, while there is also the main compartment for clothing, towels, etc.
Besides a nylon shoe bag, three exterior and five interior pockets, this sophisticated design includes a trolley sleeve, so you can neatly carry this tote on your suitcase. Available colors are black pebbled, stone pebbled, rose gold and neo mint.
Each bag bears a sophisticated V-shaped logo, representing a vessel, which in the definition itself carries its treasure and purpose from one destination to another.
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