Win the Head Tour Team backpack

Sporting the same bold colour scheme as the new Head Boom racket series, this HEAD Tour Team backpack is a sleek and practical bag with the capacity to hold up to two tennis rackets.

Tennis backpacks are becoming more and more popular as players ditch cumbersome 6-9 racket holdalls for practical backpacks. You may feel like you want to emulate your favourite players and walk onto court with a massive tennis bag filled with old ball tubes and dirty tracksuit bottoms, but the chances are, all you need is a small backpack.

Unless you’re competing in tournaments lasting all day, you only need to bring a few essentials onto a tennis court and the Tour Team backpack can hold them all in a discrete and stylish manner. The bag includes a main storage compartment as well as a separate racket and shoe compartment. Separate mesh and zipper pockets also give you easy access to other smaller essentials you might want to bring on court. It’s perfect for club and casual players alike.

Head have updated some of the materials used in the Tour Team backpack including the use of recycled paper in the hangtag to help reduce the products carbon footprint.

Product details:

  • Racket compartment for 1-2 rackets
  • 1 main compartment¬†
  • Integrated shoe compartment¬†
  • 1 outside zipper pockets
  • 2 outside mesh pockets
  • Colour: mint/black

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