Fade Gear Lite Bag

Fade Gear Lite Bag

  • 1999

The Fade Lite Bag is a great lightweight bag for new players, or players who prefer to carry a smaller bag. This mighty mini-bag is designed to hold 10-12 discs, a water bottle and a scorecard and pencil. Perfect for the disc golfer on the go!

The Lite Bag features a main compartment with capacity for 8 - 10 discs and a front putter pocket with capacity for an additional 2 discs. The main compartment has a fixed position divider and a flexible fabric top with dual zippers. This bag also includes a beverage holder with draw string, a pocket for scorecards and pencils, and an adjustable shoulder strap with a padded cushion for comfort on the course. A mesh, zipped pocket under the fabric top is useful for wallet and other items. Please note that this bag does not have a detachable strap, so backpack straps cannot be added to this bag.

This bag is offered in four colors: Steel Blue,  Light Blue, Way Green, and Sage Green.


  • 10 - 12 Disc Capacity
  • Durable, yet lightweight 600-D Polyester canvas
  • Front Putter Pocket with mini-and pencil holder
  • Beverage holder
  • Scorecard & Pencil Pockets
  • Padded, Adjustable Shoulder Strap
  • One Year Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Disc golf players use brands like Innova, Discraft, Dynamic disc, Latitude 63, Prodigy disc, Westside disc, Salient disc, Legacy disc, MVP, Axiom, Millennium, and Gateway discs. These add a variety of putt and approach, Midrange, fairway drivers and Distance drivers for the golfer to use. There are also bags offered by some of the same companies as well as Fade Gear. You can go to the PDGA web site for rules and directions on the game. Disc golf baskets are also available! Different throwing techniques are called Hyzer, Anhyzer or anny, Hyzer flip, S-turn, or flat. These use Undertable, Stable, or overstable discs to provide certain flight pattern and techniques. Wind also plays into the game as knowing how hard and what direction it is going. When throwing with the wind is it best to disc down to a slower speed disc, or one that has a lot of turn, to make up for the disc lack of wind to carry it. When throwing into the wind it is best to disc up or use a more stable to overstable disc to help fight the wind.