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Old 07-17-2018, 10:27 PM
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I don't like more than 2 discs in each vertical slot because they're a pain to remove then, and the inside storage sucks to get at.
But, 3 drivers in a side pocket works very well. I was worried about overstretching, but so far it seems to be a non-issue.

Lately I've carried:
Vertical: 2 putting putters top, zone and proxy middle, DX roc and eagle bottom.
Left side: roc and stingray bottom, PD/firebird/wraith top
Right side: Teebird/Leo3 bottom, 3 valks top

It's worked quite well.

Edit: Try moving mid pairs to outside pockets and vertical storage will likely seem slimmer.
Just played 27 at my local short course. Definitely needs some rearranging even though I only really used 4 discs the whole time. I'll try mids outside for sure.
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Old 07-21-2018, 08:31 PM
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Still looking at mid-late August for ship of pinch?
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Old 07-25-2018, 07:26 PM
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Email sent quite a while asp and pm sent,waiting on replies.
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Old 08-01-2018, 01:28 PM
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Email sent quite a while asp and pm sent,waiting on replies.
Juggling Discraft Ultimate, Discraft Disc Golf, and Upper Park is proving to be quite a task. Ping me again if I still haven't replied. I'm trying to stay on top of everything.

Also the Pinch bags are now September. I just can't get over this heather grey 😍
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Old 08-02-2018, 10:32 PM
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You know the thought occurred to me recently how cool it would be if the pinch had an optional/removable "pocket protector" type insert for the upper pocket in the main compartment. I've never used this pocket for disc storage, and on it's own it's not exactly conducive for retrieving different small items during a round. Thought it would be killer to have a wedge shaped, rigid insert you could place in there that contained compartments for a pencil, score card, and other items......Being removable you could take it out if you wanted more disc storage or just the big ol' pocket that it is. I'd consider that a $5-$10 feature if available for future versions.
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Old 08-04-2018, 09:50 AM
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Cool idea but they would need to be priced higher in able to turn any profit on them. I'm guessing cost may be what you're suggesting for retail
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Old 08-08-2018, 12:30 AM
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Has anyone put a water bladder in the side pocket of the rebel? Debating on getting a rebel or a Carlton. Love the design of the Carlton but may not be able to do the price tag. The rebel looks exactly what I’m looking for as long as the balance is decent with a water bladder in with the discs
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Old 08-08-2018, 04:29 AM
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Has anyone put a water bladder in the side pocket of the rebel? Debating on getting a rebel or a Carlton. Love the design of the Carlton but may not be able to do the price tag. The rebel looks exactly what Im looking for as long as the balance is decent with a water bladder in with the discs
I've carried a 2L water bladder in mine. Although I don't fill it all the way full, but nearly. It fits fine and I just run the hose up through the top handle, then down one strap. I works well and I like it for multiple round days. It definitely adds weight, but the bag still carries very well. Hope that helps

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Old 08-08-2018, 12:14 PM
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After getting hold of Upper park they did an amazing job of resolving my issues . I'd recommend their company for both quality and warranty repair without question.

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Old 08-17-2018, 02:54 PM
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I've got a list of changes for the Rebel that I've been wanting to make for the last 2 years. Between prototyping and cash flow, we're looking towards the end of the season for the v5. If I can get it all done, it'll be worth the wait.
I am considering moving to my first backpack. The Rebel is one I am considering so this got my attention.

Any updates?
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