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What is the best disc golf bag? Well, if a compact, lightweight, and no-nonsense disc golf backpack is what you need, this is it. The Latitude 64° Swift Backpack holds everything you need for your disc golf adventures, without digging a hole in your wallet.
Weight: 700 g (1 pound 8 ounces)
Dimensions: L:20 cm, W:42 cm, H:42 cm (L:8", W:16,5", H:16,5")
Fabric: 600Dx600D Poly Oxford with Eco Friendly PVC backing
Good bag with a lot of space, but a little bit tight around the handles for me. I’m a big dude at 1.87m. But overall a really smooth bag!
Looks nice. Can’t wait the season to start :-)
The bag is great but as the title says my scores still sucks and I refuse to acknowledge that I'm the problem. Also the bag works while cocking, cleaning and other activities when you feel the urge to have your discs close.
The weather is also still horrible so any hope for the bag to change that has not happened but still a great bag. Buy it! Now!
En bra och snabb leverans.
Greatest putter ever made and the pink is amazing looking oh and by the way my brother putts with daggers and wonders why there are no orbit daggers that would be awesome to see next thank you guys
When it was advertised as "stable" I was expecting a meat hook with huge fade. I like the Trust and figured this was a step beyond. Turns out to not be the case. Where the Trust goes straight, the Savior has a nice forward push and glide with a gentle, yet firm, fade at the end. The thicker shoulder also means easier forehand release and better torque resistance than the Trust. Definitely room for both in the bag.
The multiwear is both comfortable and useful. I’m very pleased!
I use the grace as for my flex back hand shots that need to go 300ft. I like the consistant flight out of the grace. It has become a stable and work horse in my bag.