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Equipment: Nike's got a brand new bag for mom

Nike Golf Brassie II Cart bag collection for 2012

Nike Golf has added two new golf bags to its successful Brassie II Cart bag collection for women in 2012. Each Brassie II cart bag has been designed in unity with the colors and styles of Nike Golf women's footwear and apparel so she is coordinated from head to toe.

For women who prefer bright colors, there's the Nike Brassie II Cart bag that carries a vivid argyle pattern in hues of pink and lavender with a classy touch of grey. For those who prefer more of an understated look, there is a grey plaid available.



The Nike Brassie II Cart bag incorporates key features and benefits for the female golfer who often uses a trolley or power cart. For maximum organization, the Nike Brassie II Cart bag features a 9-inch, 10-way oval top that is fur lined and includes "stadium seating" for clubs. Stadium seating is a simple configuration that provides easy visibility when making club selections for each shot. An integrated external putter well and glove patch guarantees quick and convenient access.

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To allow for easy access to gear during a round, there are nine functional pockets, seven of which are zippered. Of the nine pockets there is a large insulated cooler pocket to keep drinks and food cool during a round. The Nike Brassie II also comes with two functionally designed matching accessory pouches. The pouches can either be clipped onto the outside of the bag or placed in one of the nine pockets of the golf bag.



To complete the Brassie II Collection, Nike Golf also has designed an array of accessories for women that match up with each of the Brassie II Cart bags, including the Nike Day bag, Nike Bucket bag and the Nike Tote bag.

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