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Disc Review



Revolution Disc Golf
Pro Bag

Posted 11-07-05
Submitted by Bentley Whitman bentley.whitman@charter.net
PDGA:
Location: Northern Michigan
Level: Beginner
Avg Drive: 300
Throws:
Throwing Style(s):
Disc Weights: 1
Review: I just started playing this spring and have already outgrown two bags (a very small Lightning bag and a slightly larger Innova bag) in favor of this one. It's well-made (bomb-proof, actually) and should be around for a long long time. I purchased the optional quad-shock suspension which makes it a breeze to carry around. I carry about 15 discs in the main compartment and still have enough room for a few beers, a jacket, and miscellaneous small items in the end pockets. It should be noted that this bag is virtually identical to Revolution's cadillac bag, the Team Bag. The only real differences lie in nicer hardware and trim, and of course, dual water bottle pockets; as for capacity, however, they are identical, but the Pro goes for $20 less. The frame concept takes a bit of getting used to, but it is nice to not have to deal with shoving your discs into little accordian slots. And it stands up by itself without any worries of it tipping over. The bottom of the bag is made with heavy duty vinyl that is waterproof and very tough. This is a great bag and will likely last me a long long time. I'm totally happy with it and would recommend it to anyone.
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