I've used mine for 4 rounds now, and I'm loving it! Seems very sturdy, and the optional velcro dividers allow me to carry it partially loaded without my discs leaning or moving around while walking between throws. I carried it almost fully loaded w/ 25 discs for the first few rounds just to try it out, and it still rode very comfortably (I typically carry no more than 18). For the last round I only carried 14 in the main compartment (+3 putters on top) and used the dividers to keep my discs pushed against the sides, which made for a nice middle compartment where I stuck my hand towel and birdie bag. I'm really looking forward to using it at a tourney coming up....lots of room for snacks, extra towels, back-up discs, etc!
Has anybody tried putting a camelbak or other hydration bladder in theirs yet? I'm curious how it would ride...
The only thing that remotely resembles a down-side is something that I have a problem with on most backpacks (not just DG bags): I'm pretty short, so I have to cinch the shoulder straps all the way up in order for the weight to ride comfortably. This, along with the extra-wide straps, makes getting the bag on and off a little difficult, but I'm getting more and more used to it with each round. Certainly not a complaint, just something worth pointing out to all the other shorties out there
Great job on the bag, Kai! 3 of the 4 round I've used it for were at local minis, and it drew a small crowd each time! I've had a lot of people inquire about buying one in the future.
in the bag: pd2 / destroyer / orion lf / sidewinder /eagle / teebird / rancho roc / fuse / ion / jokeri / wizard