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Old 02-21-2015, 06:11 PM
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Default New bag company out of Portland>>>Odin Disc Golf Bags

Just wanted to pass along info regarding a sweet new bag company out of Portland being run by fellow disc golfer Nick Marshall.

Genuinely nice, solid golfer trying to break into a highly competitively market nowadays, with a high quality bag at a lower price point than most competition.

If you order during the pre-sale period you get a LIFETIME warranty and 3 bag replacements all for $100!!!

Odin has a Facebook page if that is something you do, or a normal website for those so inclined.

Here are some links for reference.

Video preview of the 4th prototype::https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvPGgQX5sh4

https://www.facebook.com/OdinDGB

http://odindgb.com

You can also pick which player you would like to support when you buy a bag, which could be someone in your area, or someone like me from CO.
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Old 02-21-2015, 08:08 PM
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I like the look of the bag, and love the preorder price. Looks like a lot of bag in a small package.

Why do all the good bags only have one water bottle holder?!?

Any idea on the capacity of the main compartment?
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Old 02-21-2015, 08:12 PM
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20+ depending on what molds you carry.
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This is what was needed amongst the top bag manufacturers: competition. The bag does look nice and the price is a steal, relative to all the other backpack bags, save the Magellan, but the 3 free replacements during the pre sale period makes up for that. Just need to get paid and it's on.
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Old 02-21-2015, 09:02 PM
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This is what was needed amongst the top bag manufacturers: competition. The bag does look nice and the price is a steal, relative to all the other backpack bags, save the Magellan, but the 3 free replacements during the pre sale period makes up for that. Just need to get paid and it's on.

Nice man!
If you use me "Alex Johnson" as your sponsor choice I'd be honored.
Let Nick (the owner) know if you have any questions.
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Old 02-21-2015, 09:25 PM
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Looks decent, hope he does well.
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This is what was needed amongst the top bag manufacturers: competition.
Competition will lead to better, more innovative designs and enhanced features. The down side is that as more manufacturers enter the market, each additional manufacturer is vying for a smaller segment of market share, meaning lower volume.

Cabela's had that XPG fishing backpack (similar in size, material and quality to most back pack bags) priced well under $100 because there was enough volume to allow them to produce for less. But with Gorilla Boy, Mystery Ranch, Grip, Dynamic, Prodiscus, Voodoo, Salient, and who knows who else slicing the available sales into ever increasingly smaller slices of the pie, it makes it less likely any of them will ever be able to move enough to allow prices to drop.


I'm not knocking anyone... that's simply how business works.

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Old 02-21-2015, 09:53 PM
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I'm very encouraged that he's on the 4th prototype and he's still not satisfied.

I play team golf with (against) Nick and saw one of his protos a couple of weeks ago. It looked solid.
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Definitely looks like a solid bag for the price. I'd be intrigued to see how a divider would fit in the main compartment. Plenty of storage space otherwise.
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I wish I'd seen this before I started work on a DIY bag. I'm well over $50 on one of the Target backpacks, and won't have a warranty when I'm done. Oh well, my loss. Good luck to Odin DG!
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I wish I'd seen this before I started work on a DIY bag. I'm well over $50 on one of the Target backpacks, and won't have a warranty when I'm done. Oh well, my loss. Good luck to Odin DG!
Or you could have the peace of mind that an Odin bag would offer in case your Target project goes south.
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