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    I am a new member to this forum and just mounted a speedbag platform over the weekend. We are currently using an Everlast 4210 (11x8) bag. I am interested in buying a smaller size bag next and am confused on the bag sizes. I thought that a 9x6 bag wo8uld be good and was looking at an Everlast 4200. I noticed on this forum and other sites, that some call this bag a 6x9 bag and some call it a 9x6 bag. Is there a difference between a 9x6 bag and a 6x9 bag? What is the Everlast 4200? I could really use some help here. Thanks

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    6x9 and 9x6 are the same thing. I think it's a good size for a beginner...

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    • #3
      Thanks Tim for your answer. I was on the Title boxing site and was looking at the Everlast bags. They carry the professional models and the semi-pro 4200. Any opinion on these models?

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        Originally posted by cklim
        Thanks Tim for your answer. I was on the Title boxing site and was looking at the Everlast bags. They carry the professional models and the semi-pro 4200. Any opinion on these models?
        I don't have hands on experience with either of those models.

        However, see Alan's (Speedbag) comments here:
        http://www.speedbagforum.com/forums/showthread.php?t=34

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        • #5
          Everlast speed bag models

          Originally posted by cklim
          Thanks Tim for your answer. I was on the Title boxing site and was looking at the Everlast bags. They carry the professional models and the semi-pro 4200. Any opinion on these models?
          Hi cklim

          I have several of these Everlast Professional Speed Bags and don't like them as much as the High Performance Speed Bag ( older model 4200).

          They just don't have the feel and seem heavy to me. no Pop. I gave several of these a few workouts, then put them in my "dead bag" box. ( meaning, I don't train with them). That is not to say they are bad bags. I just don't care to hit them.
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          • #6
            Man, this site is costing me a lot of money......

            I had to order one as soon as I saw Alan's comments above.

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            • #7
              New bag

              I just went to Ringside and picked up their Top Contender 9x6 speed bag. I started with ann 11x8 and I'm just now getting a smaller bag. This is a nice leather bag. I like the shape. It' is actually a nicer shape than the pic makes it. Costs $20. I can live with that.

              http://www.ringside.com/DETAIL.ASPX?ID=25131

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