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WRX Spotlight: Shapland Sunday bag

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Product: Shapland Sunday bag

Pitch:Shapland Sports Co. is passionate about design, quality, and doing things right. We believe that quality design is built to last.  Whether it is a beautiful building, a classic car, a family heirloom, or a well-made sports bag, these things become more important to us as time goes on.  We have engineered all of our products so you can take pride in them for years to come. While our products gain inspiration from the great designs of the past, we will only make something if we believe we can improve upon it. Whether by using the best materials available or tailoring it to the modern age, our lightweight and water resistant products made from 14-oz canvas, top-grain leather accents and antique brass hardware will become a reliable addition to your life. When you buy a Shapland product, you know that you are not just getting the best made product money can buy, but the best designed product of its kind.”

Our Take on Shapland’s Sunday bag

Shapland’s Sunday bag is built for comfort and for those walkers out there on the course; it’s a detail which is impossible to overlook. One of the best features of this bag delivers that comfort through the two shoulder straps which are billed as “cushion-like” – a description which is a very accurate assessment. An added benefit of these straps is also the fact that these cushion straps are removable, which gives players options depending on the way they like to carry their bag on the course.

The bag’s lightness is a wonderful relief. Weighing in at just 3.5lbs, the Sunday bag is an excellent walker’s bag and combined with the cushion straps, really provides the low maintenance and practicality which walkers seek on the course.

The bag contains a 4-way cushioned divider which, like the entire bag, is very pleasing on the eye and the bag also boasts an impressive full-length spine rod, and the overall balance of the bag is on point. While lightweight is the priority of a bag such as this, the company have gone to extra lengths to deliver quality, and the premium leather trim enhances the style of the bag, while the actual feel of the bag is luxurious and of excellent quality.

The UV resistant and water-resistant canvas fabric provides you with ultimate protection against the elements which you might not expect to find in a lightweight bag such as this, while the waterproof zippers are another delightful addition of a bag which mixes nostalgia with modernity. The classic colors provided also add to the style, with navy, black, gray, burgundy, and green color codes available.

Generous storage areas on such a lightweight bag is another excellent element provided by Shapland, while the waterproof head comes in the same color as the bag keeping in line with the classic look. Shapland also offers custom embroidery on the bottom of the bag—if personalization is your thing.

Nailing everything you’d want in a lightweight bag while also being easy on the eye, the Shapland Sunday bag retails at $275 and is available to purchase at ShaplandBags.com.

 

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Gianni is the Assistant Editor at GolfWRX. He can be contacted at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter @giannimosquito

4 Comments

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  1. Nils Nelson

    Nov 18, 2019 at 5:13 pm

    When I saw the leather spine on the Shapland and how it extends above the top of the bag–for improved balance–I thought of the truly original design that I found in a thrift store back in the ’80s. It was the stick bag, a simple canvas golf bag with one pocket from the ’30s or ’40s that had a hickory spine extending about five inches past the top. I made a soft foam strap to replace the worn canvas strap and voila! Perfect balance. With 12 clubs, the bag rode gently on my shoulder and I didn’t even know it was there.
    Around that time, I saw a new stick bag, but it was poorly made. Inexpensive, though. I ended up trying to make my own, but without the requisite professional sewing machine to do the job properly, it didn’t work out.
    I may still have that old hickory model buried in my golf shed. The Shapland is handsome, but my heart belongs to “old hickory.”

  2. Pelling

    Nov 16, 2019 at 8:46 pm

    Or you could just get a Jones bag for $139-$159…Shapland looks poorly designed, cheap.

    • Mike B

      Nov 17, 2019 at 12:11 pm

      I have the original stand bag. You couldn’t be more wrong on the quality. Top notch. And when they discovered an issue with 1 of the straps they mailed out a new strap. Customer service like I haven’t seen in a long time. Kudos to Shapland.

  3. Peter Seltenright

    Nov 15, 2019 at 2:00 pm

    You won’t be disappointed with a Shapland bag. I have the original design and it’s incredible, I’m always getting compliments at the course.

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