Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Sun Mountain Introduces an Ultra-Lightweight Two-and-a-Half Pound Golf Bag

(Missoula, Montana) – The new Sun Mountain 2Five golf bag is now shipping. 2Five is the lightest, full-featured bag on the market weighing in at the scant two and a half pounds. Sun Mountain reduced weight by using carbon-fiber legs, high strength-to-weight plastics, and ultra-lightweight and durable fabrics like those used in mountaineering tents. 2Five is offered in 11 different colors at $219.99. For the retailer nearest you, call 800-227-9224 or visit

To put 2 ½ lbs. into perspective, that’s about the same weight as two wedges, or a pair of golf shoes, or three cans of a soft-drink. When you lift up the 2Five, it’s more like lifting off as the bag seems to launch off the ground.

As one might imagine, building the lightest weight, full-featured golf stand bag on the market requires meticulous attention to detail. Some of these details on 2Five are:
• ultra-lightweight and durable 70 denier fabrics like those used in outdoor equipment applications such as mountaineering tents
• super light, highly durable carbon fiber legs instead of the normal aluminum legs
• high strength-to-weight plastic top and bottom

2Five is truly a full-size golf bag featuring a 9” top with a flared opening for easy club removal and four, full-length club dividers. 2Five doesn’t skimp on conveniences, either, offering four pockets including a full-length clothing pocket, velour-lined valuables pocket, water bottle pouch, and ball and accessory pocket.

2Five also includes the details that have made Sun Mountain the #1 bag in golf: durable top with built-in handle, sturdy bottom with the patented Roller-Bottom leg mechanism for quick and strong leg action, Sun Mountain’s proprietary X-Strap Dual Strap System, lumbar hip pad with AirFlow System, umbrella attachment, towel holder, top-mounted leg mechanism for added stability, pen holder, and a coordinating rainhood.

You can really make if fit your style, too, with 11 different color combinations including the expected navy, black, and green as well as the unexpected lime, lemon, orange, and purple.

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