Upgraded BP-1 V3 Sports Tons of New Features

Upgraded BP-1 V3 Sports Tons of New Features

by Prodigy Disc April 22, 2020


The Prodigy BP-1 V3 is the biggest, baddest, and raddest version of our flagship backpack bag, and it comes in at an unbeatable price. We heard what the players wanted and delivered. Trust us, you won’t have to debate between two molds going in your bag -- you’ll have room for both. Available April 30!




Fill up the main compartment with more 20+ discs and then put your favorite pair of putters in the front putter pocket. There’s plenty of extra room in the large top pocket that can fit 4 putters or other accessories. If that isn’t enough, the expandable side pockets can be used for discs, snacks, towels, and even extra gear. 

Along with the added front putter pocket, the bag features a new water and tear resistant Nylon Ripstop Fabric and improved side panels, which are more flexible and feature slight padding around the edges to protect the fabric. The new fabric is even more durable and lightweight than previous versions of the BP Backpack. We also kept the water resistant zippers, magnetic easy access pockets, umbrella sleeve and insulated 32 oz. bottle holders.

 

 

FEATURES:

  • Weight: 4.6 lbs
  • Materials: Nylon Ripstop & High density Polyester
  • Holds up to 20 - 26 discs (main compartment) + 4 putters (top putter pocket) + 2 putters (front putter pocket) + 10 discs (expandable side pockets)
  • Extra large deep putter pocket (4 putters)
  • 2 x 32 oz insulated bottle holders
  • Magnetic accessory pockets
  • Two expandable storage pockets
  • Reinforced base with two ground rails
  • Reinforced side panels with padded trim
  • 2 steel stabilizing rods on top panel
  • Umbrella sleeve
  • Upgraded metal SBS zippers with taped seams
  • Lifetime Warranty

Available April 30 via prodigydisc.com and authorized retailers.



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