Nike Xtreme Lite II Carry Bag Golf Bag

By Jim Hagerty

In the modern golf era, players depend on the ability to easily grab their clubs on short notice to get out and get a few holes in. This on-the-go mentality requires an effortless way to transport clubs, including ease in carrying a full set of tools on the course. The invention of quality carry/stand bags has made walking painless and has added excitement to the game. Nike, once a leading manufacturer of clubs and accessories, made a full line of carry bags before exiting the golf industry in 2017. Luckily, many of the high quality Nike products are still available on the secondary market, including the Xtreme Lite II carry bag. The Xtreme Lite II carry bag came in three color schemes: Black/Graphite, Orange/Graphite/Silver and Red/Black/Silver. The bag is known for its solid construction, light weight and accessories.
 

Construction

The Nike Xtreme II is constructed from Nike's Phylon (compressed nylon) midsole-outsole material technology. The material is tightly woven and accommodates the company's noted Xtreme suspension system that forms a strong frame. The bag rests on strong and light fiberglass spring-loaded legs. The Phylon material is stitched to a soft and strong fiberglass base, with the same material making up the durable top.

Pockets

With six pockets, the Xtreme Lite II features enough room for balls, personal items and beverages. Its special tee holder is a notable feature, keeping tees organized and within reach. The valuable pocket is fur-lined for extra padding and protection of cell phones and other electronic devices.

Divider System

One of the most impressive feature of the Xtreme Lite II is its six-way padded divider system. The unit is made to accommodate all club sizes with its nine-inch oval opening, which fits an included rain hood.

Special Accessories

The Xtreme Lite II bag includes a Velcro glove swatch, beverage compartment, special "zip-off" ball carrier and a front carry handle for easy lifting and mounting. The bag is also equipped with a sleek umbrella holder and Nike's Revolving Dual Strap carrying system, which converts to a single strap.

About The Author

Jim Hagerty is a freelance writer and journalist. In addition to the hundreds of Web-based articles to his credit, he's a staff writer for "The Rock River Times," where he covers arts and entertainment, outdoors and human interest news events. Hagerty holds a Bachelor of Science in public relations and journalism from Northern Michigan University in Marquette.

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