golf bags. Built on the same frame as the ever-popular Superlight 3.5; KG:2 offers more pockets, more hand-holds and more style. KG:2 features a 9.5” oval, four-way top with full-length club dividers, three integrated top handles and a new lift-assist pocket handle, eight pockets (including a new mobile phone specific pocket), and a cart-friendly bottom. KG:2 will be in stores by November in a striking array of colors with a ‘street’ price of $199. For the retailer nearest you, call 800-227-9224 or visit www.sunmountain.com.
At its core, KG:2 is a golf stand bag offering the Sun Mountain patented Roller Bottom and recessed Y-Spring activator for faster leg action and tight-to-the-bag retraction, top mounted stand attachment for increased durability and stability, top-mounted strap attachment for more balanced carrying, and triangular non-slip foot pads that resist sinking into grass and sliding on slick surfaces.
In addition, the new KG:2 golf bag offers the comfort features many walking golfers prefer including the E-Z Fit® Dual Strap System with generously padded shoulder straps, and eight pockets including a beverage pouch, mobile phone pocket, velour-lined valuables pocket, full-length clothing pocket, as well as the standard ball and accessory pockets.
For those rounds when walking is not an option, KG:2 also offers cart-friendly features such as a cart-friendly bottom and a new leg-lock system. The cart-friendly bottom is designed with a new shape and a re-tooled foot mechanism that allows the bag to stand straight on the back of a riding golf cart, offering easier pocket access. The leg-lock system secures the legs to the bag so they do not activate inadvertently.
A popular bag feature continues to be Sun Mountain’s patented top with built-in handles that provide a convenient spot to grab when picking the bag up and removing from the shoulder. KG:2 offers three top hand-holds making it easier to use both hands to lift the bag on and off of a cart as well as a new lift-assist handle built in to one of the bag’s pockets