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I saw this: http://fadegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_i...

Anyone use this? Does it work well? What are other ways people accomplish this? I have a feeling my next couple of tournaments are going to be rainy so I'm gearing up. Around here wind usually accompanies the rain (actually, in South TX, wind is pretty much omnipresent), so umbrellas don't work well. This seems like a great alternative.



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I prefer a bag but I have made a cart. For about two years, ending six months ago, I had bad back pain. It often took a minute to stand up from sitting. I used it for long tournament days or very hot weather. I still have it and you're right, it's probably the best bet for a rainy day. I have a feeling I'm going to be playing in rain for the upcoming tournaments.

Incidentally: I managed my back pain by icing the spot for one night. I think I had an inflammation that became chronic because of swelling. I followed a regular visit to a chiro with icing and it was gone in a day, maybe two. If you have a sort spot, I recommend icing, especially after you use the muscle (such as in disc golfing). It may not work for everyone, but it worked for me. I'm only 38 so I was pretty depressed with the prospects of chronic back pain that three chiros and an MRI couldn't completely solve.

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