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Old 12-22-2012, 03:19 PM
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schnelle schnelle is offline
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need bigger bag now!

Looking into getting a newer larger bad. 15-20 disc range

Two candidates so far are:

Fade tourney bag

Innova comp bag

Would prefer a lat pro bag, but is it worth cost diff?
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Old 12-22-2012, 03:27 PM
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before my grip I had the innova discarrier and loved it. It holds plenty of discs in the main compartment and can also fit a few more in the larger side zipper if needed, if not, you can really pack them down with whatever you want, pretty spaceous. I do recommend some quad shocks with it though, the single strap was quite uncomfortable. I had the competition bag before that, and was the same bag, just a little less space. Very durable and does the job. I sold my comp bag to my buddy 3 year ago, its been around for 5, and he still uses it weekly and its still in solid shape.
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Old 12-22-2012, 03:28 PM
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Looking into getting a newer larger bad. 15-20 disc range

Two candidates so far are:

Fade tourney bag

Innova comp bag

Would prefer a lat pro bag, but is it worth cost diff?
Depends on what you do. Do you play tournaments or just recreational player? I started playing tournaments this year and found the Fade Tourney is awesome for carrying a lot of discs, doesn't have enough storage for tournaments. When the weather got colder this fall, and I needed beanies and hoodies for the morning, and then got hot there was nowhere to put them. I have since purchased a Lat Pro bag. Haven't used it in a tourney yet but it has TONS of storage.
P.S. If you are just a recreational player and don't need the storage, I would be willing to sell my Fade Tourney with a set of military load bearing quads for a good price. PM me if interested.
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Old 12-22-2012, 03:30 PM
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I had the lat pro bag for couple years. I really liked it. Especially in the fall/winter its a nice bag. Plenty of room for extra layers. I switched from the Lat pro bag to the Grip bag simply cuz im getting old and wanted something a little easier on the back. good bag though. If you like to have extra room id go with the Lat bag.
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Old 12-22-2012, 04:20 PM
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Only down side to the Fade Tourney is that it only has the two small pockets. The Innova Comp has a little more storage to it, be essentially the same bag. The Lat Pro has sooooooooo much storage and is pretty comfortable on the back.
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