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Disc Review



Gorilla Boy
Silverback Bag

PPosted 03-02-07
Submitted by Jwt4412 jwt4412@yahoo.com
Review: I have a used Tour GDS bag and a Brand New GDS Players bag in my basement... with access to GDS bags at wholesale... and I ordered a Silverback... Why ? Because it is 2 to 3 lbs vs. 7 to 9 lbs of bag weight... Easily holds my 16 discs set up: 3 Z XS,2 Z X2, 2 Z Extremes,2 Z 150 Flicks,3 DX Rocs and 4 M Wizards. So it is 4 Putters, 3 Mid-Ranges and 9 Drivers - I only mention this since putters are considerably thicker than drivers... if you have more drivers in your setup and fewer putters - you could carry more discs... Plus all of the little extra features... The placement of the umbrella or stool loops are key... on the front of the bag at the bottom... so the umbrella or stool legs are not riding across your shoulder blades when you walk or banging against your lower back like the PDGA bag... The PDGA card window. Reinforced putter pockets with that extra ribbing that makes the putter slot stay open when you slide your putter back in.... And catch this... the rain flap actually covers your primary putter slot as well... Mini holder - which also get's velcro'd shut by the rain flap. Did I mention the pencil holders? And best of all this bag is Light, Light, Light... Remember the idea is that you are carrying your discs not a bag...

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