Reviewed by hnlinsbn from South Bend, IN on Saturday, April 11, 2015
I purchased a small and large in this style. Dakine has the best quality and styling. Although there is not much to this bag, it is functional; one side pocket, beefy shoulder strap and handles that Velcro together. Great overnighter bag.
Reviewed by Shanti from CA on Tuesday, September 16, 2014
Very low profile nylon so the bag itself is light. Appears sturdy but the body of the bag has no padding at all though the carry straps are well cushioned. Larger than expected. Possibly too large for gym use. Would be good for traveling.
I would tend to error on the side of caution and say no. In a pinch sure but not on a regular basis, the fabric is just not that sturdy.
Great bag for summer camp and gymnastics practice but not ready for baggage handlers.
Answered on 7/20/2014 11:41:50 AM by LAMom from Los Alamos, NM
Yes. I've had this bag since the beginning of June and use it as my sports bag (just community sports so it's small-ish).
It's been thrown in my car, on the ground, dragged across fields, etc. and held up just fine. the material isn't soft, it's rough and takes a beating. the strap are padded and there are several handles which makes it easy to grab and transport. also the two main handles velco together which should provide additional support.
Now I say it's small-ish, don't let me ocnvince you it's too small for you needs, here's what I have in it today:
1 pair ofs hin guards, one pair of cleets (size 9 women's), two spare shirt, 2 pairs normal socks, 2 pairs soccer socks, small bowl for dog, and small tupper ware of treats for her, soccer ball, softball glove, water bottle, sunglasses, wallet and keys. It's no stuffed, but it also doesn't have too much room left in there. It would work well for a weekend trip. Hope this helps!
Answered on 7/21/2014 6:49:01 AM by m2cutie from Ohio