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Dry Room Bag - Red £20.00

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£40.00   £20.00

Dry Room Bag - Red - £40.00 £20.00

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Key features
  • Waterproof dry-bag
  • 11 litre capacity
  • 30cm x 34.5cm x 11cm
  • Perfect for golf shoes, waterproofs and dirty clothes
  • Made from 100% waterproof PVC with rubber zip pull
  • Made in Scotland
Product details

Our Dry Room Bag is made from 100% waterproof hardwearing PVC, with a rubber zip pull to keep all your clothes safely stored away. The 11 litre capacity is enough to store golf shoes, like our beautiful Grenson collaboration, waterproofs or dirty clothes whilst keeping the rest of your Sounder gear nice a clean, and a subtle Sounder logo, Sounder Star and the Play Well mantra adds a stylish touch to this highly-functional travel essential.

We’ve produced these these limited-edition bags in collaboration with The Montrose Sail and Rope Company, a family-owned Scottish company was founded 1789. As the name suggests, they began life manufacturing hand-sewn sails and ropes for the local fishing fleet - products that had to withstand the wild North Sea weather as a matter of life and death. As the fishing industry declined, North Sea oil and gas became the dominant industry in the area, and so the company evolved to meet the needs of workers based on offshore oil platforms. The business still makes everything on site in Scotland, exporting backpacks, luggage and holdalls to customers all over the globe.

They’ve been making high-quality all-weather materials in this part of the world for a long time. But they’ve been playing golf even longer. Montrose Links is home to the fifth oldest golf course in the world, while there is evidence of golf being played on the links dating back to 1562. This storied club is located just a couple of par fives away from the Montrose Sail and Rope Company factory, and we’re proud to bring these limited-edition products to discerning golfers everywhere.

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