Those big disc golf bags are a pain. We have designed a disc golf belt caddy that allows you to hold 6 disks and look awesome. Read more
This project's funding goal was not reached on August 16, 2012.
About this project
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Pre order the Six Shooter, a new caddie belt for disc golfers!
Keep on playing when you are sporting a Six Shooter Disc Golf Caddie Belt! The Six Shooter is a new solution to transporting discs on the course while playing disc golf. With a simple minimalistic design Six Shooter allows you to move lighter and faster through your favorite course.
A lightweight, compact Six Shooter keeps your discs closer than ever before. Ditch the bag and free your hands whether you’re a pro blazing through holes, or climbing through brush to find a missing disc, the Six Shooter is a disc golf caddie belt is for you.
The name Six Shooter comes from its Texas roots and the belt's pair of holsters for six discs.
THE ROUND UP:
The Six Shooter is a disc holster, to hold up to 6 discs on your person easily accessible at a moments notice.
Elastic strap to adjust to number of discs
Designed to expose the discs
Handles for toting the belt off the course
Least amount of material possible with support
Symmetrical holsters help keep manufacturing costs down. Each side holds up to three discs.
The Six Shooter is currently designed to fit most adults.
The most recent prototype has been in use for a year!
Our $12,000 goal has been set to cover the costs of our manufacturer's minimum order, shipping, and the Kickstarter fees.
When the Six Shooter Kickstarter is successful, you’ll be a pioneer! Pre ordering the first Six Shooters, your feedback is crucial to the future development of the product.
The Six Shooter Kickstarter Project is going on now so we can have our Six Shooters for late summer, early fall weather.
Take Aim! It’s all or nothing on Kickstarter! Mount up and help us wrangle a posse. Tell your friends. Let’s revolutionize the game we love!
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