The Storm 2 Ball Deluxe Tote Charcoal Plaid/Grey/Black holds 2 bowling balls, shoes, and accessories. This bag is a good match for anyone that only has two balls or someone who just wants a smaller bag to make quick practice trips to the lanes.
Bag has a separator between the two balls. Has a plastic back so I can see what balls I have in the bag. It’s durable. Does what it’s supposed to, and it’s not too expensive!
The tote offers plenty of room for shoes, cleaning products, and various accessories. The quality of construction is high, as are the materials. I've read reviews that state it's too small. It is a tote, not a full bag. Totes should be small, yet ergonomic. This tote fits in my locker with shoes and all the accessories I need inside. I use it mostly to carry my main equipment from my locker to the lanes at the same location, but it also works well as an extra ball carrier when I travel with my 3 ball roller. The price for this tote is excellent for the product you receive, and it does have a built-in ball separator; a review states that it does not.
It could have more room for larger shoes.
One side is cheap clear plastic. Bowling.com should provide more pictures as this was very unexpected.
Too small. No ball separator. Very light weight. Probably will give it away. Maybe use it as a gym bag.
Does the storm bags on closeout already have ball cups
Why doesn't this bag have wheels
Is this bag designed for 5pin or 10pin balls?
The top bag on my Storm Rolling Thunder bag has bit the dust(with the help of American Airlines), will this bag fit in it's place and if not what will?Tks
This bag is similar but it would not connect to the top of a 4 ball or 6 ball roller bag. There is normally a base on the top bag and this model does not have the same features to connect to the base. Also, the top bag on the 4 or 6 ball roller actually has more pockets than the model.