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The basketball bag is made of oxford cloth amp; mesh, waterproof, tear-resistant and durable for a long time.
Holds 1 standard size basketball or other sport ball such as, volleyball, football etc., two side mesh pockets for water bottle, towel, etc..
Sturdy shoulder strap buckle and double zipper, removable adjustable shoulder strap, large Openning, easy to put in and out.
Suitable for volleyball, basketball, football, etc. You can also put clothes or shoes into the bag, suitable for gyms, schools, beaches, etc..
Material: Oxford cloth
Color: Camouflage blue, Camouflage Red, Black, Blue, Red
Packaging includes: 1 x Shoulder ball bag (Ball is not included)
Due to the different monitor and light effect,the actual color maybe a slight different from the picture color.
Please allow 1-2mm differs due to manual measurement.
If you have any problem,please feel free to contact us.
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