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Old 07-19-2013, 11:47 PM
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Honestly, I think putting the putter pocket that low is bad design. In the current Ergo, I put my putters in the top slot since I reach for them the most. This is one thing the Grip and Voodoo have made essential, if you ask me: putters that are up high.
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Old 07-19-2013, 11:54 PM
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I like the rework of the bottom. The front pocket coming to a wedge at the bottom did limit the amount of discs you could fit. I also like larger looking side pockets and the addition of the handle, but I wish the tongue was still there with a place to tuck it into the bag. It also doesn't look like they worked on a camelbak space either. I wonder if the opposite orientation with the rounded bottom limits the vertical slot capacity. I also wonder if the inside pockets can hold a disc. If you could still fit 19 with 3-5 discs on the bottom while retaining the bottom storage area, I'll be very impressed.

It really sounds like they addressed almost every problem I had. They even improved something I didn't realize needed it!

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Honestly, I think putting the putter pocket that low is bad design. In the current Ergo, I put my putters in the top slot since I reach for them the most. This is one thing the Grip and Voodoo have made essential, if you ask me: putters that are up high.
You still have slots where you can do that. It looks like that spot could hold 5 drivers. It looks like it could fit another putter.

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Old 07-20-2013, 01:12 AM
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Old 07-20-2013, 11:33 AM
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Curious if anyone out there is going horizontal with their discs? If so, how many you fitting?
That's the only way I liked the bag was by duing that. I fit 27 total in the bag, but storage space was lost. So when I do use it I fit 15 stacked across the bottom and then it leaves you with 2 and a 1/2 of the sleeves to fit 8 to 10 more discs.
This has kind of become my "just need discs and water" bag. Granted I can still use the very front pocket on the bag, but that's about it.
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Old 07-20-2013, 12:18 PM
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Im liking the look of the ergo 2. My main question with it is disc capacity. It looks like there might not be as much room to store discs due to the re configuration.
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Old 07-20-2013, 12:22 PM
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I wonder if this isn't a second model in an Ergo "series", or if John isn't doing what disc manufacturers should do and put "run numbers" on his bags...
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Old 07-20-2013, 12:28 PM
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I wonder if this isn't a second model in an Ergo "series", or if John isn't doing what disc manufacturers should do and put "run numbers" on his bags...
Right, may not be replacing the Ergo so much as complimenting it?
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Old 07-20-2013, 10:46 PM
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I hope they tighten it up a bit. Looks like they draped a sleeping bag over a frame.
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Old 07-21-2013, 01:19 PM
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Honestly, I think putting the putter pocket that low is bad design. In the current Ergo, I put my putters in the top slot since I reach for them the most. This is one thing the Grip and Voodoo have made essential, if you ask me: putters that are up high.
Another possible place for the putter pocket is on the side? Just like Lat 64's bag. After rotator surgery, I could never reach back and grab my putter from the Grip, but with that Lat bag it was very easy to grab the putter from the side. I'd Open the mouth of the main a bit and stack discs the standard way and still incorporate the vert sleeves. Couple pouches on the side (Mahal style) Storage prob over.
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Old 07-21-2013, 02:52 PM
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Another possible place for the putter pocket is on the side? Just like Lat 64's bag. After rotator surgery, I could never reach back and grab my putter from the Grip, but with that Lat bag it was very easy to grab the putter from the side. I'd Open the mouth of the main a bit and stack discs the standard way and still incorporate the vert sleeves. Couple pouches on the side (Mahal style) Storage prob over.
I'm currently working on getting a bag made with just that concept. Couple vert sleeves, side putter pockets, main disc storage at the bottom fits an Innova U-channel divider so you can have variable disc/misc storage there.
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