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    Disc Golf bag?

    I know TB doesn't really make sport bags, but I thought I'd suggest a bag for my new summer obsession: disc golf. My sweetie and I bought this bag today (in black canvas though), and it's cool and all, but it's just not made like a Tom Bihn.

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    I'd never even heard of disc golf before! Sounds like fun.
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    It is fun... my sweetie and I considered taking our Cafe Bags around the course, but we didn't want to get them too dirty. Anyway, I've found that players tend to be on the progressive side politically... well, the ones that aren't just outright hippies... so if you guys ever decide to make a foray into sport bags, I think you will find a warm audience in disc golfers.

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    I just have to add a little clarification from my neurotic side. I don't buy Tom Bihn stuff because of the company's politics. I buy it because it's great stuff. I DO appreciate the company's culture and tastes, and I have a feeling that many disc golfers would, too. This is not, however, based on any kind of market research, and mostly my suggestion for TB to make a disc golf bag stems from my own desire to have one. As if that weren't clear. :D

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    It's basically frisbee golf then? I've never heard it called disc golf before, I didn't know there was a technical name for it... amazing. And I also had noooo idea they made BAGS for it. Incredible.

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    Disc golf or not - those bags look very much like record bags. All DJs who use vinyl 12" carry their tunes around in exactly that kind of bag. If you want a quality DJ bag (which unfortunately Tom doesn't make) then look no further than Ultimate DJ Gear:

    www.ultimate-dj-gear.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicole
    It's basically frisbee golf then? I've never heard it called disc golf before, I didn't know there was a technical name for it... amazing. And I also had noooo idea they made BAGS for it. Incredible.
    I'm not positive that frisbee golf is the same, but they definitely make bags for it... here's a link to a local forum with people discussing their bags.

    Frankly though, I would much rather you guys foocus on the Aeronaut... can't wait!


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