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The New Shift v.6
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The New Shift v.6

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The Shift has been updated, again! Already hailed as the most comfortable backpack in disc golf, the Shift is still compact, comfortable, and versatile as ever. The four external pockets feature high-grade stretch mesh, allowing each pocket to individually expand and contract for the perfect fit every time. The internal vertical pockets have been raised up to present your discs in a more beautiful, and accessible way, while allowing easier access to the storage below. The Quick-draw mini pocket is right up top and the base is reinforced abrasion-resistant with 4 studded feet for extra protection and stability. And yes, the Shift stands like a champ.

New Features:
• Rebuilt water bottle pocket. No more front edge wear!
• Added 4th foot for extra side-to-side stability
• Added stool/umbrella slip pocket
• Added inner mesh pocket against back wall
• Added pencil slip inside Quick-draw mini pocket
• Added second zipper to flap pocket for dual access (when tucked or zipper closed)
• Removed external bungee
• Removed inner side mesh pockets (replaced by new back wall pocket)
• Removed front pencil slot

Standard Features:
• 16-18 disc capacity
• Vertical disc storage
• Four external stretch-fit pockets
• Quick-draw mini pocket
• Custom flap-access rainfly
• Deep channel - ventilated back panel
• 40oz insulated water bottle pocket
• Dual access front zipper flap
• Abrasion resistant - waterproof base
• 4 wear resistant feet
• Durable, fitted shoulder straps
• D-Ring for tags or towel
• Waist stash pockets
• Internal mesh accessory pocket
• Removable sternum and waist straps
• 10 year warranty on manufacturing defects

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