The Catchers Backpack bag is a staple of both youth and amateur leagues. Everyone wants and deserves convenience during equipment transport. Especially catchers. Luckily for them, some of the top brands have taken note, including Easton, Louisville Slugger, Under Armour, and DeMarini.
Catcher Backpack Bag Features:
A typical Catcher Backpack bag will incorporate fence hooks for easy hand atop a dugout fence. Expect zipper pulls built in throughout as well. Moreover, a Catchers Backpack bag would be nothing without its spaciousness. So look forward to that as well. This means enough room to include the main trio of catchers equipment -- a helmet, chest protector, and leg guards -- additional catcher gear accessories, and other equipment that does not pertain to the catcher position. Moreover, the backpack deploys bat sleeves with anywhere from 2 to 4 slots for as many bats. With the handle sticking outward, the barrel is protected by the protective material of the bag. Therefore, scuff marks and other fractures are avoided.
Moreover, the bat sleeves lend the player the ability to have alternative options on call in case they are slumping or need a mid game replacement due to an unforeseen bat breakage. Especially in wood bat league play. Its side mesh sleeves also cater specifically to the catchers set's leg guards by lending them velcro protection. Lastly, a built in external strap and buckle secure both helmets and gloves.
Finally a Bat Pack for the Catcher:
Backpacks have long helped young men and women alike in storing their essentials for school, trips, and much more. And now, over the last decade or so, they help provide more organized athletes. Never again will a backstop have to lug around a heavy wheeled bag to and from each game. By making adjustments to their athletic backpacks, companies across the board have accommodated catchers far and wide with their very own, specially tailored backpack design. Why would you pass this up? Invest in yours today so you can ditch the wheels and carry your game behind you on each shoulder while looking at the future before you that remains ahead.