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Old 01-08-2013, 12:00 PM
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$250? Remember when disc golf used to be cheap fun :P
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:40 PM
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Big Hyzer Bag Co. just told me this on Facebook "It has an internal aluminum frame that provides strength and allows the bag to stand properly. While not overly comfortable, you can sit on this bag."

I'm getting one.
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:42 PM
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People are really reaching trying create a new back pack. The designs seem to only be getting less functional.
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Big Hyzer Bag Co. just told me this on Facebook "It has an internal aluminum frame that provides strength and allows the bag to stand properly. While not overly comfortable, you can sit on this bag."

I'm getting one.
The alumnium frame intrigues me
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:43 PM
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Their 8-Frame bag is only about $150.00 plus shipping. I doubt this would be much more than that but I could be wrong.
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:46 PM
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it looks like an interesting design
but I would need to see more pics

where is the "extras" storage?

I see lots of disc storage, mini, bottles, towels etc

but what about rain gear or a hoodie etc

although not ideal I can roll up tight and stuff a light jacket or rain gear into one of the side compartments on my Grip
and I'm not convinced the Grip is the best design out there
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:50 PM
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it looks like an interesting design
but I would need to see more pics

where is the "extras" storage?

I see lots of disc storage, mini, bottles, towels etc

but what about rain gear or a hoodie etc

although not ideal I can roll up tight and stuff a light jacket or rain gear into one of the side compartments on my Grip
and I'm not convinced the Grip is the best design out there
I dont think there is an optimal design really. Due to peoples individualities in their games, and ever changing desires, you cant really go wrong being different, imo. Your design will intrigue someone or look cool enough to someone, but will it be enough someone's to be profitable, idk
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:56 PM
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it looks like an interesting design
but I would need to see more pics

where is the "extras" storage?

I see lots of disc storage, mini, bottles, towels etc

but what about rain gear or a hoodie etc

although not ideal I can roll up tight and stuff a light jacket or rain gear into one of the side compartments on my Grip
and I'm not convinced the Grip is the best design out there

For extra storage? Absolutely not. The Prodiscus bag took care of that though. Same disc functionality as a Grip, but storage that would make a hobo cry tears of joy. I went Grip because I don't use a lot of extra storage, but I understand how it would turn some players off.
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:59 PM
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Big Hyzer Bag Co. just told me this on Facebook "It has an internal aluminum frame that provides strength and allows the bag to stand properly. While not overly comfortable, you can sit on this bag."

I'm getting one.
That's funny! Again Physical Flight has aluminum frames in there Chally Pak that you can sit on. Now all they need to do is get a Doctor to approve their bag and they will be just like PF.

Btw I almost guarantee that the bag will be at least $200. There is no way you can build a bag with that many pockets for discs and get a good mark up with out going over that price.
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:03 PM
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I dont think there is an optimal design really. Due to peoples individualities in their games, and ever changing desires, you cant really go wrong being different, imo. Your design will intrigue someone or look cool enough to someone, but will it be enough someone's to be profitable, idk
I agree to each there own. Some people will like this bag some won't. Personally the top backpack bags on the market are GRIP, Physical Flight Chally Pak, Golf Mahal and Prodiscus. This gives you choice of size, storage, looks, colors, material, comfort and warranty.
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:37 PM
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For extra storage? Absolutely not. The Prodiscus bag took care of that though. Same disc functionality as a Grip, but storage that would make a hobo cry tears of joy. I went Grip because I don't use a lot of extra storage, but I understand how it would turn some players off.
following on this with Pwingles comment that there might not be an optimal design I thought about the Prodiscus but it seemed to be incredibly large sideways

anyway

more options is a good thing

that way there is a bag that will suit what a certain individual wants
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