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Post by Lackey82 » 04 Aug 2010 08:48

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Two new bags from Brian.

They were well worth the wait of getting them up to Canada!
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Post by Ramen God » 07 Aug 2010 05:13

The one on the left remind me of candy.

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Post by thedudeman » 10 Aug 2010 10:55

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cale mccoy bag he made for me during worlds, soooooo BOMB
squishy immediately, and wonderful stalling ability, a bit heavy but it makes it break in super fast, so im thinking ill leave it heavy for a little while and then drop it to 63 once its completely broken in

material: black amaretta and white ultra suede light, regular size about, probably about 72 grams or more
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Post by Corey » 03 Sep 2010 12:16

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My two new DORSHBAGS :!: Sorry for the awful pictures I suck at taking pictures. But they are still awesome. :D 8) :twisted:

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Post by mc » 03 Sep 2010 12:47

holy god that brian bag on the left is gorgeous...

love the dorshbags as well!

I like that Cale made that bag during worlds, that's super hip to have a bag that was made there. I did that last year a bit.
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Post by Alf » 12 Sep 2010 02:13

most of the bags I got this year(I'm moving right now, so I'm not shure if all new bags are on the picture)

[img][img]http://i216.photobucket.com/albums/cc13 ... 0Small.jpg[/img][/img]

top left from Donovan, Will T, Elemental,
middle left from Brianbear, Brianbear, Elemental
front left from Liz, Elemental

[img][img]http://i216.photobucket.com/albums/cc13 ... 0Small.jpg[/img][/img]
Donovan Fearless55 pattern, Will T

[img][img]http://i216.photobucket.com/albums/cc13 ... 7Small.jpg[/img][/img]
top left: brianbear mini microsuede, brianbear mini facile, liz bag mini

[img][img]http://i216.photobucket.com/albums/cc13 ... 3Small.jpg[/img][/img]
top left: FREESTYLER mini Australian national championship, FREESTYLER mini (newest generation), mk1 FREESTYLER (the legend)

all 8 bags are really cool, every single one got his own character!
I love to see what different stitchers consider a "perfect" bag.

Thanks guys!!!!!!

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Post by Guydro1 » 30 Sep 2010 04:39

Opps?

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Post by Guydro » 30 Sep 2010 04:41

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Post by baserock love » 03 Oct 2010 19:28

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From left to right. Narancsbag from our very own Tom Tilly, Bearbag facile from Brian Bear and Haniabag, in back, Fleabag who wandered into my picture.

The Narancsbag is a bit dirty because that's my current bag i'm using. It sets super well and stays super round, it stalls well but not quite as easily as the other
two due to more fill then the others but i like the added weight, it's the heaviest of the 3. The Bearbag plays and sets super well as well as stalls but needs a bit of break in.
The Haniabag stalls amazing but is a bit floppy for my tastes so far, this might change with breaking in.
It doesn't always return to a round state after kicking often staying a wobbly flat or egg shape.

I haven't tried kicking the Fleabag because that would be mean.
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Post by Alf » 03 Oct 2010 23:17

if you don`t like too floppy bags, try one of mine!!!! :wink:

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Post by baserock love » 04 Oct 2010 00:48

Alf wrote:if you don`t like too floppy bags, try one of mine!!!! :wink:
Well the Brianbag is fairly floppy and i love it. The Hania may or may not be too floppy for me, i frankly haven't played with it that much to really have a preference. I'm the type of guy that will start on one thing till it doesn't work then move onto the next. Once i wear out my narancsbag I'll spend more time with the other two.

The Hania just seems like it has to be kicked just right, if even a little bit of it is hanging off your kicking surface when you kick it it sorta rolls of or goes sideways as well as the fact it wobbles sometimes due to having the filling only on one side of it and not returning back to round. I probably just need to practice more.

Your bags look great but nearly 100 dollars on 3 footbags is enough for now. I plan to get bags from all the respected stitchers in due time just to see who i prefer.

These ARE my first serious freestyle bags after all.
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Post by brianbear » 04 Oct 2010 11:48

wow, my bags and hanias look incredibly alike!!!
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Post by baserock love » 04 Oct 2010 13:37

brianbear wrote:wow, my bags and hanias look incredibly alike!!!
Yeah, they both have that meticulously stitched/spit out by a machine look moreso then my narancsbag which has a couple tiny folds on some tris that aren't on others. Both your bags look absolutely perfect in every way.

On a side note, when i ordered my "random" colored bearbag from freedom, i put in the notes "Avoid pinks/purples if you can" and sure enough, i get a half purple bag :lol:

I wonder if that was intentional, not that i care much.
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http://www.modified.in/footbag/viewtopi ... 508#451508

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Post by ChrisDok77 » 11 Oct 2010 12:26

SeRiAl ThIlLa~ wrote:This is my Mini - Abshire. I personally am begining to love the feel and playability of it. I also am buying a ShredNJ bag this week comming up. Ill post once i recieve it.

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i love that pattern.
is the dark colour black or dark green?

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Post by lotus » 03 Nov 2010 18:04

i wanna NEW PAGE!
only the movement moves
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Post by lotus » 03 Nov 2010 18:10

c'mon ... please!
only the movement moves
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Post by lotus » 03 Nov 2010 18:12

PRETTY PLEASE!!

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Post by lotus » 03 Nov 2010 18:14

this is getting ridiculous ...

:oops:

:roll:

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only the movement moves
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Post by lotus » 03 Nov 2010 18:17

forget it then :!:
only the movement moves
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Post by Alf » 04 Nov 2010 02:01

:lol:

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