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Old 02-18-2019, 10:08 PM
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Everlast 4200 Series Size Chart

Does anyone have any old chart, ads, or info on the size and weight differences in the 4200 series of Everlast speed bags? I know they may have changed through the years. Specifically looking for difference between 4200, 4208, 4210 , 4211, 4212, 4213, and 4214. Thanks in advance.
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Old 02-19-2019, 09:46 AM
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These were posted by others here previously.
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Old 02-20-2019, 04:43 AM
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Was just about to dig this catalog out, bravo Rusty!
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Old 02-25-2019, 10:15 AM
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Thank you

Thanks for the information folks.

I contacted the Everlast people, asking if they had a newer chart to reflect the line of 42xx bags both past or present. Sad to say, they acted like they had no idea if such a chart existed. They were unable to help with any new information.

So if anyone has any new info on the current 42xx bags, I would certainly appreciate you sharing it.

FYI: On a side note... when you order "Art of the Bag" movie posters from the web site, not only do you get 2 posters for the price of one, but they send you a signed 3rd copy as well.
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Old 02-25-2019, 01:24 PM
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Were the black 42's from an earlier decade than the reds or did the line just happen to come in two colors?
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Old 02-25-2019, 04:05 PM
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Bear in mind that the current Everlast company is a whole different outfit from the one that made those bags. It seems that they are more concerned with putting the company name on all kinds of clothing than the products that made the name famous once
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Were the black 42's from an earlier decade than the reds or did the line just happen to come in two colors?
The black 4200's were the "pro" line of bags. The red bags made up the institutional line (the ones with the smooth leather and the black piping) the red bags with the pebble grain and no piping were intended for general sporting goods store sales.
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The red bags...
Ah, the red bags. The 4205 is a masterpiece.
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Old 02-26-2019, 03:22 PM
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Ah, the red bags. The 4205 is a masterpiece.
I could not agree more. How can a giant bag like the 4205 be so light, punchy, and fun? Slo-mo and hurts so good!
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Thanks for the information folks.

I contacted the Everlast people, asking if they had a newer chart to reflect the line of 42xx bags both past or present. Sad to say, they acted like they had no idea if such a chart existed. They were unable to help with any new information.

So if anyone has any new info on the current 42xx bags, I would certainly appreciate you sharing it.

FYI: On a side note... when you order "Art of the Bag" movie posters from the web site, not only do you get 2 posters for the price of one, but they send you a signed 3rd copy as well.
I have a video on several 4200 bags. This only covers 4200 and Everlast 9x6 bags and also a John Golumb 4200 bag (His family used to own Everlast and he ran the production floor at one point) but I do cover the Everlast 4200, Everlast 4200/Elite, Everlast Elite 4241 9x6, Everlast 9x6 Kangaroo Leather, John Golomb 4200 Kangaroo and the Title Gyro 9x6 bags.

It is a shame what Everlast has become!



In the picture you have:
Everlast Professional Series 4200
Everlast 9x6 in packaging that has a 4200 part number but also called Elite
Everlast 4241 9x6 - Their current 9x6 bag
John Golomb 9x6 Kangaroo Leather bag
Title Gyro 9x6 - In my opinion, a tribute to the Everlast mainstay

Missing from the picture is the current Everlast 220901 9x6 Kangaroo leather bag.
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