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Old 11-10-2021, 12:37 PM
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While I don’t generally like to carry too much stuff I don’t really need it is nice to have space when you need it. This time of year when you start a round early and it’s cold but by hole six you’re shedding clothes the tall side pockets make stashing the cold weather gear super easy without interfering with access to your discs.
This was my thinking when I went with the BX3. It doesn’t hurt me if the pockets are empty. It does become an issue when I need the extra space. My line of thinking this time around was what do I need for 90% of my rounds. Then buy the next size up so that I am 100% covered.
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Old 07-03-2022, 09:50 PM
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I surprised wife with an early birthday present, bought a teal Grip CS2. For a bag seemingly targeted towards minimalists and less hardy individuals I was kind of surprised how heavy the CS2 felt compared to her old bag, which is a UPD Shift. After like 2 minutes of research, I soon realized that the CS2 is actually heavier than an Octothorpe, which is surprising as I assumed the lower capacity would translate to less weight. She likes the bag well enough, though.
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Old 07-05-2022, 03:41 AM
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Nice gift! I’ve been going back and forth between a CS2 and UPD Shift all year thus far. In my opinion, CS2 is a better bag.

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