One thing to buy this week: Miura x MacKenzie limited-edition carry bag
Welcome to a new GOLF.com column, where we’ll highlight one notable item that you might consider buying. Whether it’s an article of clothing, an intriguing electronic device, a piece of equipment designed to increase golf’s enjoyment factor — or anything in between — we want to share these items with you simply because they’ve generated a bit of chatter by our water cooler (or on our Slack channel these days). So sit back, scroll down and keep up with the latest gear golf has to offer.
Simplicity. Beauty. Quality. These concepts inform every step of the creation and design process for both Miura golf clubs and MacKenzie golf bags. It’s no surprise that these brands have come together to create limited-edition Miura-branded Mackenzie Walkers.
MacKenzie’s mission since their inception has been to simplify the game and fulfill the golf bag’s original purpose: carry your clubs. They build bags meant to last a lifetime. This means using the finest leathers and fabrics, high-caliber hardware and finishes and, of course, meticulous attention to detail. Each bag is made by hand, similarly to how Miura clubs are hand-forged with the highest quality carbon steel. The brands share the same philosophy and strive for perfection with each and every product they create.
Starting today on Miuragolf.com, you can buy any of the three Miura-branded versions of MacKenzie’s Original walker — leather, waxed canvas and ballistic nylon. Each material is hand selected from some of the oldest (and best) fabric finishers in the world, and is built to stand up to conditions much worse than you can ever even expect to see on a golf course. The bags feature a simple single strap and two pockets for a lightweight and luxurious feel, and are perfect for walkers who appreciate excellence on and off the course.
Miura x MacKenzie Original Walker Carry Bag
(Miura and GOLF are operated by the same holding company, 8AM Golf.)
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