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Hockey equipment bag










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #6095385.

A hockey equipment bag for carrying and storing hockey equipment in an organized manner. The hockey equipment bag includes a main compartment with a spaced apart pair of ground engaging wheels rotatably mounted to a bottom panel of the main compartment. A back panel of the main compartment has a spaced apart pair of shoulder straps coupled thereto. A top panel of the main compartment has a handle strap coupled thereto. A lower front compartment is coupled to the front panel of the main compartment. The front panel of the main compartment has a spaced apart pair of substantially parallel elongate slits into the main compartment. A first side panel of the main compartment has a shoulder strap coupled thereto. Upper and lower side compartments are coupled to the first side panel. The lower side compartment has generally L-shaped pocket therein. An elongate tubular shaft sleeve coupled to the first side panel adjacent the back panel of the main compartment.








 
 
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