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The Trilogy brands strive to meet all disc golf players at their skill level and help them improve their game. For the beginners out there, Latitude 64 has designed the Core, an affordable entry-level disc golf bag made for comfortably transporting your gear around the course.
The Latitude 64 Core Bag is lightweight, slim, affordable, and will hold everything needed for your disc golf adventures. This entry-level backpack can hold up to 18 discs in the main compartment and two putters in the upper compartment, letting players access a key scoring tool.
The trimmed-down body provides a more ergonomic fit, without placing strain on a player's back or weighing them down with a cumbersome frame.
Discs not included.
Weight: 1.7 pounds (830 grams)
Dimensions: 18" x 16" x 8" (46cm x 42cm x 20cm)
Fabric: 600D x 600D Poly Ripstop with 6P PVC backing (Eco Friendly)NOTE: Discs in picture above are not included.
They gave me the wrong bag they gave me the luxury one thankfully
I enjoyed this disc golf bag.. for the 3 months of use I got out of it.
The upper pocket broke pretty heavily without more than a pound of weight ever being in it, and now can't hold anything smaller than a softball without falling out. More internal stitching has completely deteriorated within a very short time.
The side pockets have flimsy zippers that make anything sticking out shimmy the zippers completely open within seconds. The disc compartment is decent, but if you don't fill it out completely - expect lots of flop over and quickly softening bottom support (it's basically t-shirt firmness now).
I'd not recommend this bag for anyone unless it's under 10 dollars and you need a bag. Don't expect the quality to hold up and there's much better bags at even the discounted price for this one.
This bag is lightweight and has a padded back. Also has enough storage for accessories and jacket. Straps are padded nicely too. Get this one
Latitude 64 Core Backpack Disc Golf Bag is great. I use this bag ever time I play. It's easy to use. I have enough room for all my disc and more. The pouches in this bag are convenient and easy to access. I have to say I will definitely be using this bag for as long as I can.
This is a great bag, and getting it for 30 bucks was a steal, but I think paying the full price of 79.99 is a bit of a waste. The bags you can get for a few dollars more are going to be significantly better. I know you can get this bag for around $50, and that's definitely where most of its worth comes from, but even paying $50 more dollars for the core pro would be money well spent. As for the bag itself pretty solid haven't had many issues with it. The only one being you have to learn the bag's center of gravity so you know how to position it on a hill. I usually have 18 discs in the main compartment, and 4 up top, so it gets a little top heavy but not to bad. Overall pretty decent bag, but definitely will be upgrading soon. Also I play very often and pretty competitively so I want a more tournament suited bag, but for a beginner this would be more than adequate.