Youth hockey is the sports season that never seems to end. From fall until spring – and often beyond, hockey kids (and you!) clock an unbelievable number of hours in the rink. Equipment goes in and out of the car so many times, it’s impossible to keep track. So a quality, durable bag is key. There are different types of bags, and it’s really a matter of personal preference. Will your kid be carting their own bag off to practice, or will you end up doing all the lugging? Some are old-school, carry over your shoulder, some have wheels, and others have wheels and backpack straps. Take a look at some of our favorite quality, built to pass along to the next-kid-in-line hockey bags – along with a few sale options as well.
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1. CCM 390 18in. Wheeled Hockey Equipment Backpack – Check It Out Here
This heavy duty backpack has a main compartment with side skate pockets, a front accessory pocket, 2 padded and reinforced backpack straps and all terrain wheels
adjustable straps, as well as wheels with a tarpaulin bottom panel – that stands up to wear and tear. It also features three interior organizer pockets, and a skate mat.
2. Warrior Roller Wheeled Hockey Equipment Bag – Check It Out Here
This bag can be carried, or wheeled along using the pull handle. Durable, with thick rubber structured corners, a soft lined helmet pocket, an end skate pocket and a U-shaped top opening
3. Grit Inc 33″ HTFX Wheeled Hockey Tower – Check It Out Here
Features include an equipment shelf, foot carpet – to keep feet dry while they put on their skates, a removable wet/dry mesh bag and a place to stash their stick on the side!
4. Bauer Elite 33in. Junior Carry Hockey Equipment Bag – Check It Out Here
Heavy duty, adjustable length premium nylon webbing for carry or backpack use, a U shaped opening main compartment with internal accessory, skate, and base layer storage options.
5. JAMM Hockey Wheeled & Multi-Purpose Hockey Bag – Check It Out Here
This smaller sized bag is durable, but a great budget-friendly option. Which is always welcome, considering the expense of everything else. Ideal for young skaters, (i-mites and mites)
6. Vaughn VE9 Pro Intermediate Goalie Wheeled Equipment Bag – Check It Out Here
A bag big enough to hold that goalie equipment! While some kids prefer a regular bag, and carrying their leg pads over their shoulder, others prefer everything in one place.
7. Grit PX4 Pro 32in. Hockey Carry Bag – Check It Out Here
A larger carry bag (no wheels here), with a large open area to add a team logo.
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