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Fade Gear Owners Group


Fade Gear Owners Group

Talk about Fade gear and equipment

Website: http://www.fadegear.com/
Members: 53
Latest Activity: Jul 19, 2013

Discussion Forum

If you could, what would you change on your bag? 24 Replies

Started by John Sturtevant. Last reply by Keith Burns Aug 19, 2011.

Disc Hugger? 3 Replies

Started by John Sturtevant. Last reply by kevin johnson Nov 3, 2010.

NEW FADE Gear Releases 5 Replies

Started by FADE Man. Last reply by John Sturtevant Dec 29, 2009.

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Comment by FADE Man on November 27, 2009 at 7:13pm
Guess who is coming out with a set of shoulder straps next week?
Comment by John Sturtevant on October 15, 2009 at 8:41pm
Got the Camo Crunch Box. Love it. I would suggest one thing. A smaller disc hugger. I had disc shifting side to side a bit, big deal I know, so I rolled up two wash cloths, then folded them in half, used a ribbon on each to tie them so they wouldn't flop open, and stuff them in the main compartment on each side. Now the disc don't shift. I am still experimenting with ideas, maybe small foam block each with a concave side to hold a disc edge. I'll take pics. Great bag.
Comment by John Sturtevant on September 3, 2009 at 8:57pm
I must say FADE Man, that your redesign on the lite bags rock! The bottom beats the old bag and lets the bag stand up, a mini pocket on the front! (it's larger than the one on my Tourney bag!), and it feels like the material is a little thicker. And the top flap has a mesh zippered pocket. All this new stuff and about the same price. Awesome.

Way Green is a cool color, glad you had another choice besides lite blue and steel blue. Here is an idea, not sure if it would be economical but it would be cool, a Glow Bag.

I think you can tell I am happy with my bag. Love it. Still plan on getting a Crunch Box. Camo.
Comment by John Sturtevant on August 20, 2009 at 9:15pm
If I didn't like my Garden Deli Tourney bag so much I might get a new bag. I really like the looks of the Camo. I just wish you made the lite bags in Camo. If you ever do I would like to sign up to be the first for one. Need a practice bag.
Comment by FADE Man on August 20, 2009 at 10:26am
What? What is that you say? Can the FADE Gear bags use shoulder harnesses?

Why, certainly. They were designed around the Phenix straps and all the connections are in place. In fact, the newest redesign will prove to be the most comfortable fit yet. You should look for them soon. We are photoshopping the new artwork today for posting by this weekend on the website.

Did you know, in two weeks we will be offering a new Limited Edition BLACK Tournament bag. It is called Hat Rack Black. It is a slightly higher quality bag built to the new specs; larger pockets, better zippers, stronger bottom fabric, and the New FADE Gear Hugger Frame to keep your discs in place.

Oh, and the new shipment of the Psycho-Ass Tourney bags have brighter colors. Close to the original but more psycho!

Oh, the joy of designing new things just for the hell of it.

Remember, we still offer that full year no fault warranty in case you ever have a problem with your bag.

Comment by Rev. Bob Klingler on August 20, 2009 at 9:21am
Yep, I'm pretty certain you can - go to the website and check the specs to be sure.
Comment by Finny174 on August 19, 2009 at 10:17pm
I think fade makes the best bags out there, but in getting tired of just the single strap can you use a quad shock on the tournament bag?
Comment by John Sturtevant on July 29, 2009 at 6:17pm
I have never had a disc fall out of the putter pocket. Maybe if you turned it upside down and shook the bag the disc might fall out.
Comment by Tim Moore on July 29, 2009 at 4:28pm
The putter pocket on my Crunch works fine. I usually have my putter and my main driver in the pocket and they have always stayed right where I told them to stay. There is no mini pocket on my older style bag. My bag is working out great for me and is holding up well. Still looking good and I'm planning on using it forever.
Comment by Rev. Bob Klingler on July 29, 2009 at 4:18pm
I've never had a bit of trouble with the putter pocket - although I always have two putters in it so they stay fairly tight. The mini-disc pocket on mine is too small to hold some larger minis but that's not a big deal. I love my crunch box - it's a near perfect bag, you folks do nice work!

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