What Latitude64 say: If you take disc golf seriously, this is the bag for you. The DG Luxury Backpack is made to carry approximately 20 discs, but it can carry 30 if all compartments are used for discs. We have placed the putter pocket and water bottle pocket holder on each side for easy access. Thanks to the unique front pocket the bag does not tip forward as easy as other backpacks. The clever umbrella holder enables you to carry the bag with the umbrella open. It has a lot of extra pockets and compartments to store your gear. Towels, water bottle, scorecard, pens, keys, phone, wallet, rain gear, umbrella, snacks, mini disc and extra clothes fits without a problem. To summon it up: We got your back!
- Made to carry approximately 20 discs. It can carry over 30 discs if all compartments are used for discs.
- Bottle holder for up to 1.5 liters/50 oz.
- Front pocket suitable for towels or gloves.
- Side pocket for wallet, keys, etc.
- Two side pockets, one on each side for rule book, nuts, candy, or other things needed for long rounds and tournaments.
- Large side pocket inside of putter pocket, suitable for backup discs.
- Large top pocket for extra water, clothing, rain gear.
- Putter pocket on the side with room for two putters.
- Mini disc slot outside the putter pocket.
- The lid that closes the bag for travel also has room for two discs.
- The main disc compartment has an adjustable divider for the discs.
- Umbrella holder.
- The large top pocket has a special slot for cell phones.
- The bag has two large plastic ridges along the bottom, reducing the wear and tear of the fabric.
- The inside bottom of the bag has a sheet of plastic protecting it from moisture coming in from beneath.
- Premium SBS Zippers.
Discs and water bottle are NOT included.
*Rain cover is sold separately.
Latitude 64 DG Luxury E4 Backpack
Right up until 2023, the E4 has been THE standard by which other bags are measured. It was designed to satisfy the real "Kitchen Sinkers" out there, and provide maximum possible carrying capacity, with maximum flexibility.
It is only the advent of the RPM Tahi Nui (Big One) in February which topples the E4 from its perch.
If you are after the absolute maximum possible future capacity, then check out the Tahi Nui here.