Summum backpack where you can carry your padel racket, your laptop and much more. Made of durable and waterproof nylon, covered in the inside with foam and line, with waterproof zippers.
With 26 liters of capacity, it is designed to take to the court all you need for playing with total protection.
On the inside and the separations are covered with high protection foam to avoid any kind of impact on your personal things.
Compartments: you will find a large main pocket where you can keep your clothes, towel, accessories, etc., other pocket to save your padel racket and another one for a laptop. Two small side pockets where you can take your phone, keys, wallet and all your personal belongings. On the bottom you have one pocket for your shoes, this pocket have three little openings made for good ventilation and also allows dropping the dirt accumulated on the shoe soles.
On the backpack outside we find two net pockets to save a bottle of water or a bottle of balls.
On the straps it have padded protections ergonomic designed to fit on your shoulders and the body shape, giving you a perception of quality and comfort.
All orders are processed the same day (excluding weekends and holidays) after receiving your order confirmation email, you will receive another email when your order has been shipped with the tracking number, if you did not receive any email please contact us! Standard shipping usually takes 3 to 4 business days in the USA. If you order on a Friday evening or during the weekend you order will be shipped on Monday.
Varlion was founded in 1993 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, by Félix Regalia, its actual CEO. Since the beginning, innovation has always been in the DNA of the brand. Indeed, Varlion is the first company that started producing different rackets for winter and summer, taking into account the fact that the foam becomes harder when the temperatures drop. With a lot of patented technologies, the brand has one goal : give the players the best possible experience on the court. Professional players such as Miguel Yanguas or Ivan Ramirez all benefit from theses cutting-edge innovations.