Launch Premium Bag, Grey

(1 customer review)

£89.95

8 in stock

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Description

Introducing the Premium Bag from Launch disc golf, the big brother to the Launch Capsule bag and second in the Launch bag range.

It’s a robust backpack style bag aimed at more experienced disc golfers wanting to carry a larger competition bag.
The main disc compartment can hold around 20 discs comfortably, and the spacious top pocket on top can hold another 10 – 14. There are 2 drawstring drinks holders that can hold up to 12cm diameter bottles and 2 roomy full height side pockets for storing all your extras such as a scoring card, waterproofs, snacks etc.
Another 2 smaller pockets and an adjustable buckled strap mean you have storage for an umbrella and keys, phone, wallet etc.
There is also another smaller pocket in the top flap for your score card, mini marker, etc.
The Premium bag comes complete with a removable rain cover for that added protection in the wet weather.

The straps are comfortably padded and reinforced at the shoulder and the back is luxuriously padded.
Inside the main compartment you’ll find 2 adjustable seperators to help keep your discs organised during your game.

Features
Can Hold around 34 Discs
2 x Drink Bottle Holders
4 Storage Pockets
Shoulder and Back Padding
Umbrella holder
Rain Cover

Additional information

Weight 2100 g
Colour

Grey

Colour

Grey

Manufacturer

Launch Disc Golf

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Pro – Bag

1 review for Launch Premium Bag, Grey

  1. Maximilian Berkmann (verified owner)

    It’s an amazing bag that has a few flaws being:
    – the inner left/right sides of the main compartment aren’t fixed to so there’s some bag between the fabric (which seems to be a common issue with this bag),
    – the top seems to only comfortably hold 6 putters (I haven’t tried to see if it actually fit 10-14 drivers but I’m sure most are using it as a putter pocket),
    And the most annoying ones:
    – the bottom back of the bag can sometimes dig into my lower back and it hurts,
    – there’s NO way to hold an umbrella or disc grabber still with the umbrella pocket and strap (which leaves too much room for either to wiggle and potentially hit someone behind while I carry the bag, it would have been nice having an actual umbrella holder somewhere there).

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