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A pink push cart? Bag Boy adds 'trendy colors' to line

By John Strege

Golf's color revolution, launched to a large degree by Rickie Fowler and his Sunday Oklahoma State orange wardrobes, has seeped into other products, including clubs (Cobra Golf woods and irons and Nike woods), balls (Volvik) and gloves (G/Fore).

Bag Boy Quad.jpg

So why not push carts? Bag Boy is offering three limited-edition colors of its popular Quad push cart -- pink (shown here), orange and lime green.

"By adding a few of this year's trendy colors to the line, we feel it gives our customer a broader selection," Craig Ramsbottom, president of Bag Boy parent company Dynamic Brands, said in a news release.

The Quad was introduced in 2011 and has a four-wheel platform to improve stability on hills. It has a simple two-step folding process that makes it compact to assist in handling and storing in a trunk. Its retail price is $219.95.

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July 28, 2014

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