Axiom Voyager Lite Backpack Disc Golf Bag
Axiom Voyager Lite Backpack Disc Golf Bag
Axiom Voyager Lite Backpack Disc Golf Bag
Axiom Voyager Lite Backpack Disc Golf Bag
Axiom Voyager Lite Backpack Disc Golf Bag
Axiom Voyager Lite Backpack Disc Golf Bag
Axiom Voyager Lite Backpack Disc Golf Bag
Axiom Voyager Lite Backpack Disc Golf Bag
Axiom Voyager Lite Backpack Disc Golf Bag

Axiom Voyager Lite Backpack Disc Golf Bag

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$79.99
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The Voyager Lite Disc Golf Backpack is a reengineered take on the Voyager with an eye towards lightness. Without sacrificing storage space, the Voyager Lite comes in at 25% lighter than previous voyager models, leaving you with more energy for your round. Maintaining the same high standard of quality, comfort, and value that the Voyager lineup is known for, the Voyager Lite is truly a full-featured midsize backpack ?Çô only lighter.

Specifications:
  • 25% Lighter Than Previous Voyager Bags
  • Rugged 900D Polyester Material
  • 20-22 Disc Capacity
  • 2 Large Side Panel Zipper Pockets
  • Increased Shoulder and Neck Opening
  • 2 Large Drink Holders
  • Upgraded Zippers
  • Heavy Duty Rubber Stabilizing Feet
  • Excellent Tipping Resistance
  • Protected with a Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    E.O.
    Love this bag

    Super comfortable straps with ample pocket space. I usually carry 18 disc’s total but if I wanted to stuff it I could probably fit 20-21. Also really like that this bag doesn’t feel like it’s sticking out far off my bag. Overall good size without feeling bulky. Also sits upright on most slopes with grippy rubber feet underneath!

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    A.M.
    Perfect upgrade to a backpack

    Been disc golfing for quite a while but only started to get a bit more serious this year (casual/intermediate). This means I needed to upgrade from my old Innova "standard disc golf bag" after buying too much plastic! Saw some good reviews of this bag although I never had thrown Axiom/MVP - so I took a chance. This bag ended up being perfect for what I was looking for! Holds plenty of discs in the main compartment (more than I would ever throw in a typical round) with a great pouch on top for my putters & approaches (I fit 4 easily). Tons of room for all your stuff that you'll need in the side pouches and a nice compartment on top for a phone & towel. Will definitely highlight the double water bottle pouches and the fact that its very sturdy - I don't have to carefully set it down and never worry about it tipping. No noticeable wear and tear after a few months of regular use (2x+ rounds per week). All in all I would definitely recommend this for anyone looking to upgrade or get their first backpack.

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    Alex Mccormick
    Perfect upgrade to a backpack

    Been disc golfing for quite a while but only started to get a bit more serious this year (casual/intermediate). This means I needed to upgrade from my old Innova "standard disc golf bag" after buying too much plastic! Saw some good reviews of this bag although I never had thrown Axiom/MVP - so I took a chance. This bag ended up being perfect for what I was looking for! Holds plenty of discs in the main compartment (more than I would ever throw in a typical round) with a great pouch on top for my putters & approaches (I fit 4 easily). Tons of room for all your stuff that you'll need in the side pouches and a nice compartment on top for a phone & towel. Will definitely highlight the double water bottle pouches and the fact that its very sturdy - I don't have to carefully set it down and never worry about it tipping. No noticeable wear and tear after a few months of regular use (2x+ rounds per week). All in all I would definitely recommend this for anyone looking to upgrade or get their first backpack.

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    Joshua Briggs
    Friggin' great.

    I was vacillating between a bunch of $25-60 bags as an upgrade over my Infinite Discs "Slinger" bag (a really great lil bag, but my disc addiction outgrew it, and it started to fall apart). I don't love the DD militaristic bag names (feels a little stolen valor-adjacent, tbh. Could just imagine some old Vet seeing me with it on and going "did you serve?" and having to be like "nah i do like to go into the woods & throw frisbees at trees with my friends tho. So we're all Troopers in a way, aren't we?"), and someone somewhere on the internet who wasn't a brand rep pointed me towards this bag. And they were friggin right. It stores EVERYTHING. I keep 20+ discs in there, a disc retriever stick with all the attachments, a Flight Towel, sunscreen, minis, all the junk from my pockets... the whole deal. And there's still room to spare. A big complaint of a lot of smaller bags seems to be stability. That is NOT a problem with the Axiom bag. it stands up straight everywhere. Discs are super-easy access with quality parts. Not super-visible in any photos I could find online: There are double water bottle holders made from durable nylon (As opposed to webbing/netting on some, that gets torn up on dry Southern California courses). It's comfortable and easy to find your stuff. Highly recommend it. So worth the ~$80. It won't break the bank, but you won't have to buy another one in 6 months either, and it's easy to get acquainted with. Plus, great colors, quality components, feet on the bottom give your bag a little separation from wet ground, dust, etc, and minimal branding (so you don't feel like you're wearing a billboard for a brand you maybe only throw on occasion. I've become really fond of the MVP/Axiom line, so this is turning into a win-win for yours truly). GO GET ONE! Your friends will be jealous. My friend Mike already is, and that's ACTUALLY all I could ask for in any purchase.

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    Joshua Briggs
    Friggin' great.

    I was vacillating between a bunch of $25-60 bags as an upgrade over my Infinite Discs "Slinger" bag (a really great lil bag, but my disc addiction outgrew it, and it started to fall apart). I don't love the DD militaristic bag names (feels a little stolen valor-adjacent, tbh. Could just imagine some old Vet seeing me with it on and going "did you serve?" and having to be like "nah i do like to go into the woods & throw frisbees at trees with my friends tho. So we're all Troopers in a way, aren't we?"), and someone somewhere on the internet who wasn't a brand rep pointed me towards this bag. And they were friggin right. It stores EVERYTHING. I keep 20+ discs in there, a disc retriever stick with all the attachments, a Flight Towel, sunscreen, minis, all the junk from my pockets... the whole deal. And there's still room to spare. A big complaint of a lot of smaller bags seems to be stability. That is NOT a problem with the Axiom bag. it stands up straight everywhere. Discs are super-easy access with quality parts. Not super-visible in any photos I could find online: There are double water bottle holders made from durable nylon (As opposed to webbing/netting on some, that gets torn up on dry Southern California courses). It's comfortable and easy to find your stuff. Highly recommend it. So worth the ~$80. It won't break the bank, but you won't have to buy another one in 6 months either, and it's easy to get acquainted with. Plus, great colors, quality components, feet on the bottom give your bag a little separation from wet ground, dust, etc, and minimal branding (so you don't feel like you're wearing a billboard for a brand you maybe only throw on occasion. I've become really fond of the MVP/Axiom line, so this is turning into a win-win for yours truly). GO GET ONE! Your friends will be jealous. My friend Mike already is, and that's ACTUALLY all I could ask for in any purchase.

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