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Old 06-13-2016, 02:09 PM
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All feedback is appreciated and I have searched several other threads on the topic just making sure that I am missing anything. I have a Mahal which I love, I just want something smaller 8-14 disc BUT it has to be well made. There are a lot of smailer bag but they are just so cheaply made.

I really think I am going to get a vodoo mojo, it's made well and the right size. I have also considered a gorilla boy silverback (but don't like the look as good). The Revo Carolina Team bag is my favorite but just too big (might as well roll with the mahal). I considered the Revo mini but I don't like that it doesn't have a putter pocket on the outside (or does it? I see a place but I think its for score cards or something).

While we are on the subject, who makes the best straps? Phoenix? The innova ones are too thin.

Appreciate your help in advance.

Edit: found this. Looks like revo putter pocket may be a problem
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Old 06-13-2016, 02:20 PM
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Voodoo Mojo is rad. I wanted one when I went looking for a small bag to leave in my trunk (full of JLSs and Classic Rocs) Good luck actually finding one.

I settled on a Gorilla Boy Spider Monkey and it has exceeded my expectations in every way.

Either one will be a GREAT bag.
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Old 06-13-2016, 02:29 PM
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I loved my Mojo when I had it, with the only complaint being how it rode on my back with Phenix quad straps. I've got a longer torso, so it was probably just me, but the bag was never completely comfortable.

That said, the storage, organization, materials quality, fit and finish are all top notch on it. It's an awesome "smaller" bag for sure.
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Old 06-13-2016, 02:41 PM
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I don't get why you need quads with 12 discs and a couple beers. Although I will admit the Mojo is a little bigger than my Spider Monkey (I carry 10-11 discs, a water bottle, and a couple beers in it).
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Old 06-13-2016, 02:42 PM
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I think they are actually available now.

But honestly, for that amount of money, I'd start to look for a backpack. unless you like a quad setup. You'd probably be happier in the long run.
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^Thanks for the help guys! I am a shorty so won't have trouble with the "long torso". Looks like the silverback is 15-17 discs, which is probably too much. Where are the stupid putter pockets on the deluxe mini? All the images I can find only have discs inside.

Keep the advice coming.
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Old 06-13-2016, 02:57 PM
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Fossa Tana! It is the same price and it is a backpack style bag with a putter pocket on the side.
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Thanks, I already have a backpack with the Mahal. I am moving to an area with a short, wooded, 18 hole course but I don't think I'll be able to throw anything longer than a Leo / Valk and didn't want to always carry my Mahal.

When you guys say "quad" or "quad setup", you mean a bag that comes with a shoulder strap but you put backpack straps on it, right?

I've only every had innova and fade straps, any suggestions on comfortable straps (like are on my Mahal)?

I think it's down to the Mojo Vs. Revo Mini deluxe just because of the size and number of discs.

FWIW can't say anything but good stuff about my wife's fade crunch box, just want something more substantial / better material.
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Old 06-13-2016, 06:53 PM
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I would never try to talk anyone out of a Mojo. I love mine. The size is perfect, the materials are top notch, and the build quality is great.

I don't think you can get a better bag. I'm sure there are equals, but none better!


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Old 06-13-2016, 07:06 PM
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The Mojo is very good. I've had mine for over three years and play about three times a week. Less when it's below freezing. No holes, no loose seams. No failures at all really other than superficial things like some of the Velcro on the inside pockets need re-stitched. I probably won't because the Velcro is unnecessary anyway. The mesh pockets have gotten a little fuzzy but have not failed. I fit 17 discs in the main compartment. I leave the front to back plastic insert in and leave all the dividers out. If it gets muddy I throw it in the washer on delicate. Comes out looking new again. Great bag.

Complaints? I would like a rain fly. I wish they offered one. They could probably make it cheaper too. I really don't need flaps with Velcro on every inside pocket. That would shave a dollar or two off.

I will talk you out of their Straight-Jackets, though. I use their Straight-Jackets for a quad strap set up. They have failed a couple times. I just get them restitched at a local shop for $5. I think they have some design problems, but work well enough for me. They have a premium price because they have "premium" features. Cell phone pocket that doesn't fit a smart phone. An mp3 player pocket with an ear bud pass through. A towel ring. I don't use any of these features. I wouldn't recommend them because of the price on top of the issues I've had. Mojo I highly recommend, though.
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