If you’re a hooper, you would understand the struggle of finding the right gym bag. While backpacks and duffle bags do the job, there’s always little quirks and problems you wish you could fix. The Point 3 basketball bag was designed with the “ball is life” hooper in mind. With the product in hand, we took them to the courts to check it out.

First off, the bag has an open compartment on the bottom to allow your sweaty/dirty clothes from mingling with you fresh ones. It’s perfect for players who have tournaments all day. AAU and travel ball players understand this well.

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LOOKS

As you can see below, the design is on point. Basic black that isn’t too loud and can take the abuse of traveling throughout gyms and locker rooms every where. The diamond pattern definitely gives the feel of a net and it flows well into the bottom compartment. It’s definitely a safe design approach to enter the market to compete with the big boys.

Check the upclose photos we took.

BUILD

The materials used for this bag are solid with use of tough nylon, solid zippers and the seams to be done double to ensure that the bag doesn’t bust when tossed around the nations top athletes. I’m not sure if it’s because it’s still fresh out of the bag, but I would like for it to feel a little less “crumply” (new word I made up – think of a brown paper bag sound).

OVERALL

The sizing of the bag allows users to bring and store their basketballs comfortably. With the basketball players in mind, the front features an elastic mesh pocket for drink. The other small compartment features storage for items like cell phone and keys. We definitely give it a great thumbs up as a similar bag from team swoosh or 3 stripes would probably cost double.

Point 3 Basketball Backpack Review | Basketball Gear
Great value travel bag that can handle the abuse of travel.
LOOKS
BUILD
VALUE
Pros
  • Clean
  • Functional
  • Won't Break the Bank
Cons
  • Takes time to break in
4.5Overall Score
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