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Old 05-16-2013, 09:35 PM
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The front mesh pocket is all one piece. There are ~20 poop bags in the pic.


This pocket will fit a lot more. I would add a decent size rain suit (pants and hooded jacket) for rainy days.


Here's the inside of the pocket in detail. If you see the black under the frame, that's the bottom of the main compartment. Once you start filling the bag, this pocket starts shrinking. I could still fit what I listed above.
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Old 05-16-2013, 09:41 PM
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bag looks sweeeeet!






dafuq is a poop bag?
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Old 05-16-2013, 09:41 PM
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So no putters and water bottles in the same pocket?
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Old 05-16-2013, 09:43 PM
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The outside front pocket. It is wedge shaped. I'm used to seeing flat bottoms, but I have no opinions on which is better. Just pointing out the difference.


Will just fit four putters.


Here's one of my cons. I probably won't use this, but I would like to see straps that are twice as wide. The inch wides kind of feel like a novelty to me. I almost think this whole piece could be sold as an add-on. That said, I like that I have the option to remove it. Very useful.
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Old 05-16-2013, 09:44 PM
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bag looks sweeeeet!

dafuq is a poop bag?
I have a 60lb Boxer mix who's got 20 courses under his belt in the year and a half that I've had him. I'd like to think I'm a responsible owner.

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So no putters and water bottles in the same pocket?
No sir. One or the other. The Chucker's Chalk is the widest cylinder I would pair with a putter.
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Old 05-16-2013, 09:49 PM
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That's a little bit of a bummer, but certainly was a possibility with the slim design. What's your plan for putters and water?
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Old 05-16-2013, 09:53 PM
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Back of the bag. Note the extra padding on the small of the back and in between the shoulder blades. There is additional padding behind it on the entire back. Also note the gigantic straps. They're super comfortable but can get a little tight when the bag is lighter. OK, it was empty. I'll have to try it with a reduced, but not empty payload.


There are six slots. You just can't see the one on the bottom.


The right side of the bag. Yes, they're shy, but those are Bruce Lees keeping me safe. If I'm in trouble, I want the help of the only man to kill Chuck Norris.
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I have a 60lb Boxer mix who's got 20 courses under his belt in the year and a half that I've had him. I'd like to think I'm a responsible owner.
after a long day at work didn't even cross my mind that they would be for a dog ... I was trying to wrap my head around why someone would carry poop around with them lol
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Old 05-16-2013, 10:01 PM
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The tongue (yes, that's for you HeavyCritters). With the putters in the front pocket, the back pocket will stay fairly tight so I'll keep minis in there if I'm in shorts without pockets. There's also a dog tag from the 60s I found at Idlewild between holes one and six and a lucky coin from the Orpheum Mardi Gras parade a friend who's no longer with us gave me.


The main compartment with 19 discs.


Here's what's in the bag from the previous pictures.


That's all I have.
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Old 05-16-2013, 10:03 PM
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after a long day at work didn't even cross my mind that they would be for a dog ... I was trying to wrap my head around why someone would carry poop around with them lol
I hope my reply didn't sound snide. I should've included one of these -->

Walking him today after work, I was thinking that I need to buy some wipes for the inside front pockets for those "deuce" opportunities...
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