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i have been playing for about a year and a half and i bought the inovva tourney bag when i first started. it holds about 8 disc ideally but i ussually stuff about 10 to twelve disc in it. i'm looking to upgrade and want something that will hold about 14 discs and a small video camera. i aslo want a bag with insulated water carreries and plenty of extra room for all the other crap that i want to lug around. i like the revolution bags and the gorilla boy bags ive seen. any body have any input on bags that they have been happy with. also i was wondering if cramming to many discs in a bag can affect the doomeyness of a disc.

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I'm not sure of the cramming to many discs into a bag thing, but I can tell you I love my Gorilla Boy kong bag. I've used six different bags and wish I would have started with the best instead of wasting money on lesser bags. I carry 19 discs in the main compartment of my bag, check the pictures on my page. You may want to go with the silverback.
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I was wondering the same thing reguarding the dome....especially with bags like your current Innova and my PDGA tour bag that have the individual disc dividers. I have been very happy with my PDGA tour bag, it can be had for around $60 and is built much better than my first Innova bag was. On a budget thats what I'd suggest. Hold 15 discs in main compartment, and I've had 20 in mine with room to spare.

On another note if you are willing to spend a little more dough, the Revolution and Gorilla Boy bags are great. I just ordered myself a Revo Carolina bag as an early christmas present to myself...can't wait for it to get here!
im going to buy a new bag soon and i have a blue and grey Innova comp. bag that ive used for about 4 months. its like new still, i treat it very well. when i get a new bag ill sell it for like 30 bucks.
Why are you replacing your comp bag? I replaced mine with my kong because it had no extra storage space. Held my discs but that was it and the bottle holders weren't insulated.
I got an Innova competition bag / with quadshocks, its taken a beating in the 6 months Ive had it so far, looks new still, and no complaints.
The Revo "Carolina" Team bag great.. I love mine. I fit about 18- 20 discs in with one side pocket used for stuff (trail mix, towel, extra minis)... great construction... looks to last a long time..

But Innova's DisCarrier is really nice also, a buddy of mine has that and has had no issues with it. My brother got a FADE Gear back, the blue on blue and it looks really good and I couldn't see any "bad" things when I looked it over.. it's solid...

I would not look at any Lighting Bags... sorry.. they are very cheap!

As far as you discs ?... I have a D Hawk that I carry in my work backpack.. and I noticed it has a "warped" edge on one side form being bent... so I try not to stuff too many discs in my bag for that reason... just in case...
Go with the Revolution Carolina Edition.It has two insulated carries and enough room for at least two six packs on each side. You also can choose from some cool colors.Also you can fit 14 discs easily
You just described the revolution golf bag.....the carolina has served me well over the years....about 3.....I have heard the gorillaboy bags are sweet but I have not put my hands on one in person so........also the revo texas bag has two pockets and two bottle holders....GREAT BAGS!
There are really only two options. The Revolution Carolina bag or the Gorilla Boy Silverback/Kong. They are similarly priced, and similarly made. I like the Gorilla Boy over Revolution bags, because when they have water bottles in them, they don't fold over like a frowie face. It's up to you though.
Matt Sink said:
Why are you replacing your comp bag? I replaced mine with my kong because it had no extra storage space. Held my discs but that was it and the bottle holders weren't insulated.

because i throw all discraft and support discraft, i feel like a trader. and i just want a new one.
revolution backpack, recommend for long open courses, not ideal for tight courses with groups of four where as the bag gets in the way and becomes a burden.

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