Viewing By Category : Equipment Burton / Main
Friday, October 13, 2006

Golf News, Source, FT. WALTON BEACH, Fla. - Thanks to forward thinking and the drive to manufacture the best golf bags on the market, Burton Golf has introduced the latest technology in golf stand bags - Monoshock. The patent-pending shock spring system is the culmination of extensive golfer surveys, exhaustive computer simulation and two years of development.

"Since stand bags were first introduced, there hasn't been much progress in the way they work," said Terry Andre, Sr. VP of Sales and Marketing. "Through our research, we found that golfers were frustrated with the inconsistency of typical stand bags. Sometimes the legs don't deploy, sometimes they don't retract, sometimes they bounce around and get in the way. We set out to solve that problem and the result is Monoshock."

The Monoshock system uses springs to quickly and consistently deploy and retract stand legs to a repeatable stand width. The system also includes a cart/carry switch that allows the user to lock stand legs in place for transport or cart use.

The Monoshock system is available in a new series of bags from Burton. Each bag also includes the company's X-FIT Sling System for unsurpassed functionality and comfort. The X-FIT's reverse scissor action prevents straps from sliding off the user's shoulders and is easily used with one or both straps. The Microbead strap material conforms and distributes weight, offering cushion and comfort for a completely custom fit.



Three sleek bag designs have been introduced as part of the Monoshock series.


The Monoshock 300, Monoshock 200 and Monoshock 100 have suggested retail prices of $169, $149 and $139, respectively.


Comments are not allowed for this entry.

Follow us on: