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Our Story - Conway + Banks Hockey Co.

Our Story

Having gone through 6 hockey bags from the big brands in 10 short years, I just about had it with low quality bags that cost too much.  While most of these companies made great sticks, they really didn't focus too much on bags at all. I felt this was a great opportunity to contribute to the game I love, and took a stab at designing my very own bag.

I spoke to dozens of players and coaches to get their feedback on what they would want in a bag.  They shared some great ideas, many of which are included in the the bag you see here today.  The foot mat came about after observing many players who struggle with the wet locker room floor, and rolled up their dirty rug into the bag.  The interior organizers were inspired by my friend's camera bag.  Launch models included a cooler bag that hooks onto the wheeled bag's handle, inspired by a business traveler I saw walking about with his briefcase hooked onto his luggage - however this feature proved to be unpopular and is no longer available.

When it came to durability, common complaints were failed zippers and tears, I addressed these issues by sourcing the best materials I could find, and ensuring stitching is top notch.  The resulting bag is what you see here today. 

I am thankful for this great game of hockey, and for all of you, who have afforded me the opportunity to leave my desk job and and turn a small hobby into something that can support my small family!  I am proud of this bag, and I am proud to have contributed to the game in a small way, and will continue to do so!

Thanks for reading. 

Percy Poon

Founder, Conway+Banks


  • First, let me say that my kids have two of your hockey bags and love them. I’m sure I’ll buy more of them as my kids continue to grow.

    I hate being “that guy”, but there are a couple of word choices in the “Our Story” page that would make it read better if they were changed.

    (1) First paragraph, first sentence. “costed” should be “cost”.

    (2) First paragraph, last sentence. “stab and” should be “stab at”.

    (3) Second paragraph, second sentence. “were included” should be “are included”.

    (4) Fourth paragraph, first sentence. “has afforded” should be “have afforded”

    Again, thanks for the great products. I wish you continued success with your company.

  • This company is named after the Mighty Ducks kids isn’t it

  • Why is there no color options for the bags?


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