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Old 03-07-2016, 07:25 AM
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Default Dynamic Discs Commander Backpack

Ok, I don't know much about this bad boy other than what is on this page:

https://allthingsdiscgolf.com/dynami...more-for-2016/

Coming sometime this spring. Anyone have any idea what the MSRP will be? Colors it will come in? More pictures?

I don't know why but this is the first backpack I've looked at and thought, "Wow I could buy that."
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Old 03-07-2016, 08:40 AM
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It says 119.99 on the page. It looks like a sorta stripped down Flak X to me. Though the Flak X is a nice bag to imitate.

Dunno. They're all looking nice.

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Old 03-10-2016, 03:47 PM
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I found out that our local shop has ordered them but they aren't in yet...can't be long now!
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They arrived in Emporia this morning
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Old 03-10-2016, 05:36 PM
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FYI, commander reveal on DD facebook page around 3:40 central time.
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Old 03-10-2016, 05:57 PM
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Very boxy looking. With the shape/configuration of the water bottle and gear pockets, it looks like someone just started with a fade tourney bag and took the putter pocket off the front and moved it above the discs to make a backpack frame
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I haven't purchased a name-brand disc golf backpack yet but I'll probably end up getting this one. Good price point, nice-layout, seems to be like decent material, etc.
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Very boxy looking. With the shape/configuration of the water bottle and gear pockets, it looks like someone just started with a fade tourney bag and took the putter pocket off the front and moved it above the discs to make a backpack frame
I think this bag will be very popular and sell well for this exact reason/observation.

I'm not the biggest fan of front-loading bags and I've (for a long time now) said that someone (other than Gateway and MR) should make a reasonably sized, top-loading, backpack styled bag. Make it like a traditional top-loader, but make it a better fit as a backpack as opposed to using quad straps which cause the bag to ride lower on the back. Easy to get to discs, comfortable, but still with reasonably functional storage space.

I think this one will be a winner.
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I'm not the biggest fan of front-loading bags and I've (for a long time now) said that someone (other than Gateway and MR) should make a reasonably sized, top-loading, backpack styled bag. Make it like a traditional top-loader, but make it a better fit as a backpack as opposed to using quad straps which cause the bag to ride lower on the back. Easy to get to discs, comfortable, but still with reasonably functional storage space.
I had a gateway standard backpack bag before I bought my gripeq bag, and agree with all the things you said here. I love how they made this one a top loader. The one thing I don't like about my gripeq - the first run model - is that the discs at the very ends of the main compartment are difficult to get in and out.

I seriously would consider this bag if I was to do it all over again.
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