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Latest Activity: Jul 19, 2013
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Started by FADE Man. Last reply by John Sturtevant Dec 29, 2009.
Back in the scene. Took a small hiatus, but just received a garden deli tourney bag and gave the crunch to my son.
Best deal online for Fade Gear bags. With shipping that is unmatched! Have your bag within 4 days of payment! Fade Gear bags are one of the best bags on the market and yet are within your price range!
Back in the 80's, I used to do a lot of technical mountain climbing with 3 other guys. One practice climb was top-roped so we could get some repetitive experience on some fairly tiny holds on a vertical face of 80 feet. My partner on belay that day blew past the crux and slapped the carabiners, gave me a look in the eye, yelled "Fly or die", and proceeded to push off into a freefall until my belay caught him, dropping 20 feet or so into big air.
I will never forget the courage we had in our youth. Courage and trust.
Glad you like the bags, now you know the story behind the art.
This is the Fly or Die bag I got for Christmas.
My two disc golfing sons got the same bags also.
i find that my tourny bag rarely rolls over compared to others ive had.
Like the rest of you guys and gals and many others I to love the fade bag! For it's price range it's by far the best built bag on the market today! I had an Innova comp bag and even though it was not very old I put it away and got the Dude tourney bag... and it has been a great trade... no more disc's falling out of my bag every time my bag rolls over!
Thanks Tim and keep them coming!
I have no idea what the disc golf market demographics are. My guess is that this bag would probably be a second and/or novelity bag for any one that bought one. Which is what I would buy one for. There are a lot of disc golfers like me who take thier dogs with them disc golfing. http://www.discgolfersr.us/group/forethedogs
I've only been playing since July and will be getting my first real disc golf bag (Fly or Die) for Christmas. Which I also bought as presents for my disc golf playing sons: Ryan 25 and Steven 28.
I love dogs. But something like that has to sell about 500 units or it is not worth time designing and making. I recently got a set of Dog Saddlebags on-line for dog food. They are nicely built, but not deep enough to hold discs. Poop bag...no problem. So what do you think the market is for these?
I got a suggestion. How about Disc Golf Sadlebags the fit a medium/large dog. Add a leash, drinking dish and poop bag holder as matching accessories.
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