Minimal Golf casts its net with sustainable bag range – Golf News

Californian-based golf bag brand Minimal Golf has begun selling its range of sustainably manufactured trolley and stand bags in the UK for the first time.

The range currently includes a stand bag and a cart/trolley bag, both of which are made from discarded nylon fishing nets recovered from the world’s oceans and beaches. These are processed into pellets and made into a durable rip-stop nylon yarn which features a water-resistant surface coating. They also both feature magnetic pocket closures, doing away with zips that are often the first element to fail on a golf bag.

The Terra (£399) is an 8.5-inch stand bag with a 5-way top, with full-length dividers with durable velour lining. It features include fully magnetic pocket closures for easy access; 7 exterior and 2 interior pockets, including insulated cooler compartment; rangefinder compartment with added magnetic anchor anda lined valuables pocket; It is offered in white, grey and black colour options with a subtle ‘M’ logo on the lower side pocket.

The Gaia (£449) is a 9.5-inch trolley bag featuring a 14-way top with full-length dividers. It boasts all of the same features as the stand bag, with the addition of two extra pockets, totalling eight exterior and three interior. It is offered in grey or black.

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All the pockets are magnetically sealed, doing away with the need for zips, which are often the first element of a golf bag that fails after extended use

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