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Sun Mountain H2NO Bags: Stay Dry, Play Strong

by | Mar 20, 2024 | PRO SHOP

After playing one too many rounds in the rain, the innovators at Sun Mountain have used their expertise in rainwear to design a waterproof golf bag collection called H2NO. This collection features bags made of waterproof fabric, sealed seams, and water-resistant zippers, which provide the same level of waterproof protection as their rainwear. This means you can enjoy playing golf in the rain without worrying about your golf bag getting soaked.

Sun Mountain has been a pioneer in the golf industry for 40 years, revolutionizing golf bags, golf outerwear, and golf carts. Many consider Sun Mountain to be North America’s leading golf bag company due to its many innovations, such as creating the first lightweight golf bag and modern stand bag. The Sun Mountain Speed Cart golf push cart transformed walking carts and created an entirely new category of golf products. Sun Mountain’s “Ahead of Time Design” motto drives the company to continually design and refine golf equipment.

Sun Mountain H2NO Series

The H2NO Lite series is a popular option for golfers who are looking for a lightweight and waterproof bag. These bags are constructed with Sun Mountain’s proprietary waterproof fabric and feature sealed seams and water-resistant zippers.

H2NO 14-Way Stand Bag

The new 2024 H2NO 14-Way Stand Bag from Sun Mountain is a great choice for golfers who want a lightweight and waterproof bag for carrying their clubs. This versatile bag weighs under five pounds and features a comfortable dual-strap carrying system. It has a spacious 14-way top divider to keep your clubs organized and protected from the elements. The bag also has seven pockets, including a full-length apparel pocket, a cooler pocket with magnetic closure, several accessory pockets, and two dual velour-lined valuables pockets.

H2NO Litespeed

Golfers looking for a super lightweight and waterproof carry option for 2024 should check out the new Sun Mountain H2NO Litespeed Stand Bag. Clocking in at under five pounds, this bag is built for comfortable carrying rounds. Equipped with a dual strap system, it offers a stable and balanced feel while walking the course. Sun Mountain’s H2NO technology ensures your clubs stay dry in any weather condition, and the 4-way top divider keeps them organized for easy access. Beyond the practical features, the H2NO Litespeed also comes in a variety of colors to add a touch of style to your game.

H2NO Lite Cart Bag

Ideal for golfers who prefer to ride in a cart, the Sun Mountain H2NO Lite Cart Bag is a strong contender in the 2024 market. This bag has a 9-inch top with 14 individual club dividers, including a putter tube, and boasts exceptional waterproofing, thanks to Sun Mountain’s trusted H2NO technology with sealed seams and water-resistant zippers. Additionally, it has seven pockets, such as two full-length clothing pockets, a hydration pocket, multiple accessory pockets, and a velour-lined valuables pocket. A pass-through strap behind the long pockets allows the bag to be secured on a cart without blocking access to the pockets.

Rain or shine, Sun Mountain’s new H2NO waterproof golf bags for 2024 have you covered. Whether you prefer a lightweight and portable carry option with the H2NO Litespeed Stand Bag, or a feature-rich cart bag with the H2NO Lite Cart Bag, Sun Mountain delivers exceptional waterproofing and organization. With a variety of styles and colors to choose from, you can keep your clubs dry while hitting the links in comfort and style. So don’t let a little rain dampen your golfing spirit – grab a new Sun Mountain H2NO bag and tee off with confidence!

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Alan Darty

Alan is the founder and publisher of Golf One Media and the former publisher of eSouthernGOLF—a second-generation Florida native who loves all things Florida. You can usually find him with his wife, watching their two daughters coaching volleyball at Oviedo (FL) High School or Mississippi State University when he's not golfing, hunting, or fishing.