Sun Mountain launches flagship H2NO Pro stand bag

Sun Mountain, market leader in premium golf bags, is introducing a brand-new flagship waterproof stand bag as part of its comprehensive range for the 2019 season.

In total, the No.1 golf bag brand and pioneer of waterproof bags for all-weather golfers, has launched nine eye-catching bags to keep equipment dry in the harshest of elements.

The Sun Mountain H2NO PRO stand bag maintains the brand’s pedigree in lightweight waterproof stand bags, while retaining tried-and-tested game-enhancing components from previous top-selling models. Featuring a 14-way top and six storage pockets, the bag includes a hydration pouch which is easier to access when the bag is on your back; a full-length clothing pocket; a velour-lined valuables pocket; plus multiple accessories pockets, all of which are protected by water-resistant YKK zips.

Incorporating an E-Z Fit® Dual Strap System to make adjustments simple, as well as sculpted shoulder straps for carrying comfort, the H2NO PRO also includes a matching rain hood; a cart-friendly bottom; Velcro® glove holder; plus an accessory loop and umbrella holder. Made with a durable lightweight nylon fabric with double-sided 2000mm waterproof coating, the H2NO PRO is available in three colourways; Dusk/Navy/Ice; Iron/Black/Sun; and Charcoal/Black (RRP £300.00).

“The new H2NO PRO bag is another example of why Sun Mountain is the leader in waterproof golf bags,” said Tony Fletcher, Brand Fusion UK Sales Manager. “The 2019 range combines contemporary design and innovative technology to endure the wettest of conditions found out on the course,” he added.

Alongside the H2NO PRO bag, the 2019 stand-bag range features six other options from the H2NO family. The H2NO LITE has been redesigned with a new TPU coated waterproof fabric; a new spacious 9” top; a hip-pad for added comfort when carrying; and six storage pockets, more than ever before. The bag is available in five colourways; Black/Garnet/Inferno; Steel/Black; Steel/Navy/Gunmetal; Black/Grey/Fire; and Blue/Black/White (RRP £250.00).

The H2NO 14-WAY stand bag with a 10” 14-way top has been restyled with the same additions to the H2NO LITE for 2019. Five eye-catching colourways include; Hydro/Navy/Ice; Blue/Grey/White; Fire/Gunmetal/Grey; Black/Steel; and Black/White/Fire (RRP £260.00).

The popular H2NO SUPERLITE stand bag is available in three new colourways: Navy/Hydro/Ice; Black/Steel; and Grey/Fire (RRP £225.00). For those looking to carry as light as possible, the popular H2NO SUNDAY bag launched last year is available in either Black/White or Navy/Grey (RRP £140.00). A bag for the younger golfer has also been included, with the H2NO LITE JUNIOR stand bag available in Black/White/Red and Navy/Flash (RRP £205.00).

Sun Mountain has also carried three popular stand bags into 2019 with new colour co-ordinations. The feature-packed TWO5 PLUS includes the Dual X-Strap system and will be available in four striking colours: Grey/Cobalt; Steel/Black/Yellow; Black/Red/Gunmetal; and Navy (RRP £190.00). The THREE5 LS stand bag, with a 4-way divider and seven pockets, is built with high-strength-to-weight plastic at the top and bottom of the bag and is available in; Black/Cement/Yellow; Steel/Red; Navy/White/Red; and Black/White/Red (RRP £190.00).

The Sun Mountain FOUR5 LS 14-WAY stand bag has also been redesigned, with a new 10” oval top and ergonomic comfort-grip handle, in four new colours: Iron/Black/Red; Navy/White/Red; Cobalt/Cement; and Navy (RRP £195.00).

The H2NO PRO bag is available from November, along with the other bags in the new range. For more information please visit

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As an avid golfer since the age of eleven Dan lives and breathes all things golf.  With a current handicap of eleven he gets out and plays as often as his work life (and girlfriend) allows. Dan confesses to still being like a kid at Christmas when it comes to seeing the latest golf equipment. Having served as GolfPunk’s Deputy Editor, and resident golf geek for the past 13 years and working for golf's oldest brand, John Letters Dan brings to GOLF RETAILING an excellent understanding of the sector.