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Great Value!This reviewer rated product 5 out of 5 stars.jfewkway5 months ago
I bought this backpack about a month ago. It is holding up very well after a dozen or more rounds. The stitching and zippers all seem to be very well made. Great padding on the back. It does have a couple plastic rails riveted to the bottom of the bag to support the discs and so the bottom of the bag doesn't wear out over time. I have also found it has ample room for anything you would need for a round...It easily holds more than 20 discs... I have had 26 discs packed into it!
Great bag for the price!This reviewer rated product 5 out of 5 stars.Dani4102 months ago
I'm new to the world of disc golf, but I figured out quickly that I wanted a bag like this. I wanted something that didn't pull and weigh on my shoulders with thin straps. Its a great size for me as a beginner to carry all the discs I want to try and learn with. The quality of the bag is great especially for the price. I had low expectations of it but it proved me wrong. Its strong and sturdy for a long day on a course.
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Awesome bagThis reviewer rated product 4 out of 5 stars.Anonymous5 months ago
Great bag and great price, the only reason I didn't give it five stars is because you have to put a lot of discs in it to stabilize the divider.
Im a newbie to disc golfThis reviewer rated product 4 out of 5 stars.RJM351263 weeks ago
Only been playing for about a month and I only carry about 6 discs. I bought a 3 pack for ten bucks to start with and its fine since I don't know what I'm doing anyway. I put off buying a bag until seeing if I would keep going. And after about 24-26 times in a month, Id say I've earned a bag. In comparing versus the brand name bags, the others have a ton more reviews and this one only had one. However, I also know that the brand name likely means very little and the $30 academy bag has lots of ... good reviews. But I don't need a backpack. I cant imagine ever carrying that many discs. My primary reason for the bag was to carry water. When I first got the bag, I washed all 6 of my discs and stuck them in there and was concerned that I didn't think the bag would stand up well. I even considered returning it for that reason. Then, I added a water bottle and that stabilized things a lot. Now, Ive played twice with the bag, about 29 holes. My course only goes to 12. So I play 7-8 holes twice. They are the easier holes plus, mostly in the shade. I will worry about the harder holes when I get better. So now that Ive used this bag twice, its not returnable which is fine because I think it will serve me well for at least a few years. I guess it will hold 12-16 discs so if I keep adding, I will have room. The primary reason why I started playing was a half our of walking gets boring and I don't seem to stick with it. With disc golf, its a lot less boring and I have stuck wit it for a month anyway, nearly every day. And about 45-50 minutes means more calories burned. And, Ive lost some weight. I cant be sure exactly how much because I really don't weigh myself very often but its at least 10 pounds and possibly 15-20. And its noticeable around my stomach. So I'm happy to have started this hobby. There may be more challenging courses in the metro area but convenience means a lot to me. So I'm probably going to stick to this little 12 round course. Hopefully I can keep the weight off and maybe lose a few more pounds. My guess is this academy brand is of similar quality as the name brands that have good reviews but its much less costly. The cheapest price for the innova standard bag, which has great reviews is about $29. So this one is much less and it holds more. Plus, I wasn't about to spend $29. But $15, I was and did.
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