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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.

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NEW FADE Gear Releases 5 Replies

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

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Comment by Toyo on June 15, 2009 at 2:31pm
I have a pink Crunch Box bag and recently added Purple Phenix straps.

I modified it a bit, I took the Velcro divider out and made that into a cup holder, and turned my disc vertically so I can easily access them when on my back. Perfect size for me.
Comment by John Sturtevant on February 18, 2009 at 3:03pm
I liked to drink PBR when going to the local Mexican restaurant "The Grasshopper" in Adrian while I attended college. Let me know how the discs you get turn out, I might be interested in one.
Comment by Samuel Adam Sherwood on February 16, 2009 at 11:25am
If someone dyed it I would like to have it. I am actually a brewer at The Walldorff Brewpub & Bistro and am working on an order to innova as we speak to get some kc aviars with our logo on it. NOTHING beats an ice cold pbr on a hot disc golfn' day.
Comment by John Sturtevant on February 14, 2009 at 3:47pm
love your avatar. I used to get made fun of in college drinking PBR. But one thing, since your name is Samuel Adam Sherwood, why not a Sam Adams disc?
Comment by Samuel Adam Sherwood on February 14, 2009 at 12:11pm
Instead of attaching something to the bag I bought a can of silicone spray (campdry, shoe sealent) and sprayed the whole thing down a cou[le of times when it was new. I haven't seen any use marks or mud soaked in yet. The snow doesn't even attach to the bag and my back stays nice and dry. Totaly worth the price.
Comment by John Sturtevant on February 6, 2009 at 5:50pm
First round with the tourney bag today. Why today and not 3 weeks ago when I got it? Well tomorrow I play in my first PDGA tourney and wanted my full compliment of discs. Due to the deep snow, and to aid in drying the bag out after a round, I wrapped a trash bag around the bottom of the bag. It worked great. It actually gave me an idea to add a protective outer bag with elastic to the bottom of the bag. So when spring comes and it get muddy, it keep my bag nice and clean.

Oh yeah. The round was pretty good, shot somewhere around 5 over, but I have close to 20 discs in the bag now and it was easy to remove and put back the discs. Love the bag.
Comment by FADE Man on January 29, 2009 at 10:55am
Wow, 25. Remember, you will need to bring along a hydraulic jack to lift them out and reinsert.

I love to play with a couple of Discraft IMPACTs for short drives because they are so stable. The discs are thicker than the normal drivers. If you have ever thrown one of these, you will know why they are a MUST for my bag. I have seen people throw IMPACTS as far or further than their regular driver and watched the amazement on their faces!

I only play with 18 in the main and everything is still pretty loose.

Comment by The FORCE on January 29, 2009 at 10:07am
im totally gonna stuff 25 in my center compartment and show you pictures of it. i will be placing my order on the 4th (only one more week to wait)
Comment by Samuel Adam Sherwood on January 26, 2009 at 2:21pm
Fade gear rocks. I love my blue on blue tourney. Pretty much the same bag as Innova's but way cheaper but not in quality.
Comment by FADE Man on January 23, 2009 at 11:49am
The dividers are only about 1/16" thick. If you fill your bag you can take them out but they are really inconsequential. I use them to separate my mid-range from my stable and over-stable drivers. Everyone has a different way to organize.

The point is, 22 is a good reference point for the main compartment and the dividers are so thin they are not an issue. You can move them anywhere you like or remove them and store them under the frame so you don't lose them.

By the way, you can also store beers lying down in the corners left over by the round frame. Just don't drop the bag very hard. The bottom and back are padded, but don't push it. If a bottle breaks, remember...do not litter and you can always wash the bag.


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