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View Poll Results: Choose my backpack bag!
Hyzerbomb Flak 15 9.62%
Grip large tour bag 75 48.08%
prodiscus bag 11 7.05%
something else you recomend 55 35.26%
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Old 10-05-2012, 11:32 AM
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I have heard that Voodoo is working on a backpack bag, which I will probably get when the time comes. I am more than happy with my Karma and if the quality of that is any indicator, their backpack will be killer.
Yes, I am waiting on this one as well! I really like the look and quality of Karma, but want a backpack style bag. They responded to a post I put on their on FB today that they are in the design process, no ETA on when they will be available.

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Old 10-05-2012, 11:33 AM
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Grip FTW!

This bag is ridiculously comfortable, even when I have 2 40oz water bottles in it. When I look at the straps on the bag they are very similar quality wise to what North Face uses on my backpack.

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Old 10-05-2012, 11:43 AM
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i have only used the simian so i can't recommend a bag or comment on the others but so far my bag has been great for me. it's a hit on the course and hasn't gotten a bad comment yet. the only down side is that your friends tend to take a seat every time you get up to throw
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Old 10-05-2012, 11:46 AM
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the prodiscus bag is awesome!! sometimes kai takes a little to answer if there is a big tourney or something goin on over in finland... but i love my prodiscus bag i have loaded it up with so much and still rides super comfy!! and all my buddies with grips still say the prodiscus bag is awesome and comfy lol
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Old 10-05-2012, 11:55 AM
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i will be switching from a zulu. the zulu is too big i carry about 23-24 discs total and the zulu is still like half full lol. the golf mahal is awesome but i didn't save THAT much saved up. i'm mostly torn between grip and flak cause the different is only 5 bucks. i'm gonna save up as close to 200 as possible and i already have 125. Is the flak as comfortable as a grip?
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Old 10-05-2012, 12:11 PM
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the prodiscus bag is awesome!! sometimes kai takes a little to answer if there is a big tourney or something goin on over in finland... but i love my prodiscus bag i have loaded it up with so much and still rides super comfy!! and all my buddies with grips still say the prodiscus bag is awesome and comfy lol

The prodiscus bag is gynormous. I'm pretty sure i can fit 4 spare tires in the thing and still have room for a DGA Mach Lite.
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Old 10-05-2012, 12:31 PM
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The prodiscus bag is gynormous. I'm pretty sure i can fit 4 spare tires in the thing and still have room for a DGA Mach Lite.
yea yesterday we were playing had my 28 discs, 2 40s, 2 towels, my hoody and then my buddies hoody as well since he didnt wanna carry it... lol on top of all my other misc stuff (mini, phone, keys... )
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Old 10-05-2012, 12:35 PM
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yea yesterday we were playing had my 28 discs, 2 40s, 2 towels, my hoody and then my buddies hoody as well since he didnt wanna carry it... lol on top of all my other misc stuff (mini, phone, keys... )
Yeah, Warobert had his at the mid-atlantic meet and we kept giving him stuff to carry in his. An unfortunate side-effect of having one, i guess. lol
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Old 10-05-2012, 12:39 PM
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Yeah, Warobert had his at the mid-atlantic meet and we kept giving him stuff to carry in his. An unfortunate side-effect of having one, i guess. lol
yea i felt like a pack mule :P but hey still felt suprisingly not heavy lol
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Old 10-05-2012, 12:56 PM
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Just an observation about your poll here:

You're going to get more people saying the grip is better, simply because so many more people own it when compared to the others.
Also a lot of people on here have a hard time being objective. If they own it, its the best, regardless of whether or not theyve tried your other choices.
Lots of homers and people with unwarranted brand loyalty here, so when youre readin through advice and such, keep that in mind...
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