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2 30 22.56%
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Old 07-08-2018, 07:11 PM
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I keep hearing over and over that if you are not long in torso like Ricky W, the Latitude 64 Ranger bag is not comfortable. That limits the amount of people that would buy the bag.
The Ranger is a Dynamic Disc model. The luxury E3 is the large Latitude 64 (the one I got)
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Old 07-08-2018, 07:47 PM
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What about the extra strap and not having to carry it on your side like a murse. The carry is a big differentiator imo, not only the capacity.

Or do you have quad straps, haven't said that for a while
I actually find the purse carry much more convenient. Maybe if I was hiking up a mountain or was in a group of eight I'd want the extra comfort of the backpack, but taking it on and off constantly is annoying. And if I'm lazy and put it over one shoulder, well there's not really a point then.

I might also like it if I was carrying more, but with my 12 discs, a water bottle, and a towel, I'm good.

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Old 07-08-2018, 08:18 PM
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The Ranger is a Dynamic Disc model. The luxury E3 is the large Latitude 64 (the one I got)
I realized after the 5 minutes to fix post that the Ranger is a Dynamic Disc model.

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Old 07-08-2018, 08:22 PM
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I actually find the purse carry much more convenient. Maybe if I was hiking up a mountain or was in a group of eight I'd want the extra comfort of the backpack, but taking it on and off constantly is annoying. And if I'm lazy and put it over one shoulder, well there's not really a point then.

I might also like it if I was carrying more, but with my 12 discs, a water bottle, and a towel, I'm good.
I am convinced a Disc golf backpack like the single strap sling backpacks but for disc golf would sell really well to players who want a more comfortable way to carry discs but do not use both straps on a regular Backpack style. Defiantly different.
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