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Old 06-05-2018, 07:55 PM
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Any new bag modifcation ideas?
I have thought about to my bag here https://www.dgcoursereview.com/forum...3&postcount=21 Vertex Angler Backpack if you want to look it up, adding this below to the open left side of bag as looking from the front. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...=AR8XJJ19SNPNX
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Old 06-22-2018, 12:54 PM
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Just picked up an Innova Superhero pack - any ideas for bag mods? I would not mind adding some Velcro squares here n' there and maybe add some additional disc storage options or a sleeve/PVC pipe for an umbrella. I think it might be cool to have one of those extendo zippy namebadge clips to clip a towel to on the top of the bag. This way I could use the towel freely and then allow it to retract back into place at the top to keep it dry/clean.

Also, I know I've seen people with one of those stepped sleeves holding some discs strapped to a stroller or what have you. Think what you'd store CDs in 15 years ago strapped to your sun visor in you car. Where can I get sleeves like this? I figure they could fit on the front of the bag over the front flap or possibly down in front.
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Old 06-29-2018, 05:16 PM
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Just picked up an Innova Superhero pack - any ideas for bag mods? I would not mind adding some Velcro squares here n' there and maybe add some additional disc storage options or a sleeve/PVC pipe for an umbrella. I think it might be cool to have one of those extendo zippy namebadge clips to clip a towel to on the top of the bag. This way I could use the towel freely and then allow it to retract back into place at the top to keep it dry/clean.

Also, I know I've seen people with one of those stepped sleeves holding some discs strapped to a stroller or what have you. Think what you'd store CDs in 15 years ago strapped to your sun visor in you car. Where can I get sleeves like this? I figure they could fit on the front of the bag over the front flap or possibly down in front.
Get the Clear Flex seal like from a paint can and coat the outside to have waterproof bag if you did not get the H2O model. Additional storage put on the skinny PVC pipe for the umbrella holder put on one of the Zuca or DD putter pockets, whichever is the one you want.
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Old 08-27-2018, 05:50 PM
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Found another embark backpack. This one is the upgrade of one I've carried for 6 years, now. Grabbed a cutting board for solid floor. So far, I'm 6 bucks into this one. Debating on building PVC frame for stiffness. May go full mod and build frame, with seat. Haven't decided. My other embark has just a stiff floor and no other mods. Still going strong.
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Old 08-27-2018, 05:52 PM
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More room, extra pockets. The pocket I've made into the putter pocket has more room and the pencil and notepad pockets are moved to another pocket, in front. Also has a great small pocket on face for mini.
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Old 09-27-2018, 03:29 AM
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More room, extra pockets. The pocket I've made into the putter pocket has more room and the pencil and notepad pockets are moved to another pocket, in front. Also has a great small pocket on face for mini.
That front open flap did seem to me like it would work for a mini and or the scorecard. You never said the number of discs you carry in main part, seems like 15-17 discs is what you carry and of that about 3 or 4 thick midrange/putter discs and the rest are driver thickness at least slow fairway driver thick and slimmer. This was Excluding your 2 putting putters in the very front. However the number of discs that one fits in all bags (exception is bags with individual dividers for every single disc) varies from person to person as the type of discs used, as well as the way they put the discs in be it all discs facing one way or having some discs facing the rim to rim way.
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Old 09-27-2018, 10:05 AM
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That front open flap did seem to me like it would work for a mini and or the scorecard. You never said the number of discs you carry in main part, seems like 15-17 discs is what you carry and of that about 3 or 4 thick midrange/putter discs and the rest are driver thickness at least slow fairway driver thick and slimmer. This was Excluding your 2 putting putters in the very front. However the number of discs that one fits in all bags (exception is bags with individual dividers for every single disc) varies from person to person as the type of discs used, as well as the way they put the discs in be it all discs facing one way or having some discs facing the rim to rim way.
18 with 6 mids plus 3 putters in front pocket isnt even pushing it.

When I was stuffing it, I put 22 including 6 mids in the main part.

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Old 09-27-2018, 06:02 PM
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18 with 6 mids plus 3 putters in front pocket isnt even pushing it.

When I was stuffing it, I put 22 including 6 mids in the main part.
My Vertex Angler Backpack a mod bag that might be on this thread can hold 18 comfortable but 20 I have is sort of pushing it. I do have my 3 putters that have to go in the main spot. I did not plan to have more then 20 in my bag anyhow as I get lost with more then the 12-13 choices of disc mold, one 100% new mold in last month being the Stalker but it is a better version of the XL it replaced with less turn. Flies like the ESP version of XL I have in bag for winter and replacement.
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Turned my Dakine backpack into a disc golf bag n coated the bottom in that rubber stuff..build the inner rack out of pvc n now it’s coated with camo duct tape..I love it
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Old 12-01-2018, 12:59 AM
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Oh yeah. There's this product by Rustoleum called Never Wet. The stuff is awesome. It uses some kind of nano fancytronics to keep anything from sticking to it. It just beads off. I'm getting some for my shoes, but I was curious if anyone's tried it. Might get some for the bag, too. It's $20 for a two can kit @ Home Depot, so I'm hesitant.
I have uses a similar product from Rustoleum that was for Tents but it made the single wall tent in the summer 5-10 F hotter then outside.
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