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Cancha Bags Voyager Review

by Jonas Eriksson

I have tested a LOT of bags. But not one bag looks cooler than this one so far. This is my Cancha Bags Voyager Review.

Cancha Bags Voyager Review

The Cancha Bags Voyager is the largest Cancha bag and an update over the previous racquet bag I reviewed from them. I liked the regular racquet bag but would have preferred more space and pockets. These things are remedied in the Voyager. It has far more space without being bulky, more pockets, a water bottle holder, and the same stealthy design.

What makes Cancha Bags special is the unique design that reminds you of a guitar case and the ability to attach accessories to the bags using Molle clips. You can check out their products on their official website. Use the code TN1022 for 10% off your order.

You can watch my Cancha Bags Voyager review on my YouTube channel.


? Fits 4 rackets and keeps your strings and grips protected

? Lightweight and minimal in design, making it the perfect travel tennis bag

? Water-resistant fabric with YKK Aquagard® zippers

? Separate Internal storage pocket for valuables

? Completely customizable with add-on modular accessories

? Side-access Water-bottle holder up to 1.5L

Weight and dimensions

Height: 750mm/29.5in
Width: 330mm/12.9in
Depth: Up to 150mm/6in (when filled with 4 Racquets)
Weight: 510g/1.1lbs

Pros and cons

I personally need even more space than the Voyager for my daily testing and filming needs. However, if I was just playing like a normal person, bringing 3-4 racquets to the court, water bottle, shoes, towel and the usual – the Cancha would be fine. However, I think the Day Bag XL makes a difference.

The Day Bag XL is actually a very cleverly designed bag. It has loads of pockets, room for a 14-inch laptop, and clips onto the racquet bag if needed using the Molle clips. So if you are into the modular approach in tennis bags, then this could be the brand for you.

If you like to carry a lot of stuff to the court, perhaps a regular 12 or 15-racquet bag will do the trick. There are also interesting contenders like the Geau Sport bags and the ADV Jetpack. However, I really enjoy the sleek, ingenious and minimalistic approach of the Cancha bags and I will bring them along with me for travel since they are not difficult to put into a regular suitcase.

The material and zippers are durable and waterproof and

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1 comment

Chris February 26, 2024 - 05:25

I’m in Sdney Australia
Where can i see one ?
Will also be in Singapore in June.


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