12 Pack Sport Bag
Submitted by Dan
Review: Features are listed in the other review accurately; it's a basic bag that has insulated cooler material interior, velcro to full open/ half-open bag is nice, easy access to discs; i agree about the shoulder strap- it's not necessarily going to fit easily on your shoulder (it's only about 3.5 inches of padding), but it gets the job done. Great value for the $ in my opinion.
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Ching has recently released their new entry into the bag market with the 12 Pack Sport Bag. This bag is a smaller capacity bag that can comfortably hold 8-12 discs in the main pocket (depending upon disc types) and has an external putter pocket. The bag itself is constructed from a material similar to soft coolers and can also hold two 6-packs (cans) stacked on top of each other. Other features include an attached adjustable shoulder strap, two stretch mesh drink holders (one on each side) that can hold beverage containers of various sizes (32 oz. gatorades and nalgene bottles will fit), a metal D ring for towels, and a small zippered pouch that attaches with a clip that should be big enough to hold a wallet or keys. The bag will zipper shut and the lid has a velcro strap which can fasten the lid either fully or half open. A nice feature of this bag is that it has a more rigid box-like shape than most bags in its class so it likes to sit flat and doesn't collapse as easily when you take a few discs out of it. I cannot make statements on the durability of this bag as it hasn't seen extended use, however, the outter material seems fairly durable and the stitching seems solid although not of the same caliber as the higher end bags. I fear the inner material may tear over time as I have had similar experiences with coolers lined with similar material. A potential issue that may occur is with two large drinks on either side, the inner pocket may get slightly pressed and tight. The only issue I have right now is that the pad on the shoulder strap is not large enough to get past the plastic guide on the strap and if you extend it sufficiently in length, the pad will not rest on your shoulder. Overall, at a MSRP of $12.50, this bag appears to be a great value and is easy on the wallet, especially for players who do not carry a lot of discs or are just getting started.
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