Joined: 18 Sep 2006 Posts: 181 Location: Herzliyya, Israel
Posted: Tue May 27, 2008 9:57 am Post subject:
It depends on where you want to take your footbagging to.
From my own experience and other opinions I've read, Whamo bags are of low quality and are not recommended. However, if your footbag interest is mainly kicking alone or with friends, and NOT freestyle or net, this bag will probably do. Otherwise, search these forums for a recommended bag for the type of footbagging you're interested to get into.
Joined: 12 May 2007 Posts: 40 Location: Lakefield, Ontario, Canada
Posted: Wed May 28, 2008 3:04 pm Post subject:
I'm not a fan of leather bags but dpending on the user, they are alright. It is definetly not the best bag for a beginner; Mr Sandbags are the best. I think it's safe to say im past the beginner stage but I still love my my sandbag. If you havnt ordered already, i'd get the deal of 3 for $6.50 each (if they still have it) just incase something happens to the one since they are not all that durable. Your money will not be wasted.
After you become good with that sandbag, i'd suggest upgrading to a 32 panel. FreedomFootbags.com is great to order from. They show you info such as: durability, stall rating, set rating, kick rating, the approx weight of the bag, the fill, size, number of panels and even customer reviews.
goodluck with your new bag and hope you enjoy the difference. Be sure to post back here to share your first experience with the Mr. Sandbag.
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