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    Default Bunching bag in santiago

    Anyone know where I can buy a bunching bag in Santiago? I tried Juegete and they have several small ones in stock, but I was looking for something a little larger.

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    Tish

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    Did you mean punching bag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2dlight View Post
    Did you mean punching bag?
    I bought an Everlast heavy bag at Jumbo 1.5 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2dlight View Post
    Did you mean punching bag?
    whoops, yes I meant to say punching bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Rey de Mangu View Post
    I bought an Everlast heavy bag at Jumbo 1.5 years ago.
    I know you bought it sometime ago, but how did you purchase it for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tish View Post
    I know you bought it sometime ago, but how did you purchase it for?
    I think about 4K pesos. (Hanging, not freestanding)

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    If you have no luck in Santiago-i found a decent Everlast large bag in a sports store in the Barrio Chino in SD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by El Rey de Mangu View Post
    I think about 4K pesos. (Hanging, not freestanding)
    Thanks. Way too much for me. Plus freestanding would be easier for what we need it for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tish View Post
    Thanks. Way too much for me. Plus freestanding would be easier for what we need it for.
    Freestanding is more expensive.

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    Check the ferreteria's Ochoa and Bellon as they sell a good bit of sports equipment.

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