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Louisville Slugger Rig Wheeled Player Bag

We built the Series 5 equipment bags to combine spacious storage and durable construction to handle even the toughest days at the park. These bags have all the features you need to comfortably carry your gear.

• Outside mount wheel base.
• Oversized wheels.
• Side Pockets for miscellaneous storage.
• Holds 4 bats.
• Ventilated compartments.
• 2 durable J-style fence hooks.
• Louisville Slugger Bags carry a 1 year warranty with the Manufacturer.

Dimensions: 30" x 9" x 10".


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Louisville Slugger Series 5 Rig Wheeled Player Bag

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Good bag that could be better with internal stiffeners.


from Lake Elsinore

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  • Comfortable Strap
  • High Quality
  • Stylish


  • Not Enough Pockets
  • Unless you have 3-4 long bats inside it is limp.

Best Uses

  • Sports

Comments about Louisville Slugger Series 5 Rig Wheeled Player Bag:

This is a good bag, but has a few flaws. It needs a internal stiffener to make it work better with the wheels. We got these for my sons 8u team and most of the kids had 1 27-28" bat. The bats are the only structure with this bag so they were folding in half when the kids were wheeling them around. This caused wear on the bags in several spots. There could be a couple of dividers in the main pockets also.

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Turning players into legends since 1884. Before Little League. Before the World Series. Even before the rule that says three strikes mean you're out, Louisville Slugger was already perfecting the bats that would write the history of the game. Over the past 125 years, no other brand has logged more wins, captured more titles and set more records than the legendary bats of Louisville Slugger.