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  • #16
    Originally posted by Pete View Post
    The bag at the top (4204 - 5 x 8 astro) is the fastest. I got lucky finding that one. The order of fastest to slowest follows the order the bags are arranged if you go top to bottom left to right. The speed, shape, quality of each model varies depending on the year it was made from what I've gathered. Each of the 4200's on the 2nd row are slightly different.



    Agreed. Are you referring to the bag sliding on the hook when you say "Bags in Space"?
    Absolutely. I never launch a bag from a Reverse Punching that was on an Offset - S hook.

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    • #17
      That is a serious collection Pete. Really Nice!

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      • #18
        Thanks Dizzy

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        • #19
          Very nice collection!
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          • #20
            i know nothing about Everlast bags. Are any of these in production today?

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            • #21
              From looking at the photo, I would say that all of those bags are from the old Everlast company, when it was in New York. None of these bags have been made since the company was sold back in 2000. Used, and sometimes old new stock of these show up on eBay. The later versions of the pro line used plastic welting instead of the traditional leather.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Dutchman View Post
                From looking at the photo, I would say that all of those bags are from the old Everlast company, when it was in New York. None of these bags have been made since the company was sold back in 2000. Used, and sometimes old new stock of these show up on eBay. The later versions of the pro line used plastic welting instead of the traditional leather.
                Yes, they are all made in the U.S.A.

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