Fitactic Luxury Backpack Review: A Bit of Elegance & Comfort

fitactic disc golf bag review

If you need new bag that can carry all your discs and gear, the Fitactic Luxury Backpack might just catch your attention. It’s known for its substantial storage capacity and multi-pocket design, this backpack is tailored for the enthusiastic player who wants to bring along a full arsenal of discs. It combines a sleek look with functional features, setting it apart from more basic backpacks.


The Fitactic (Huju) backpack has a total of 11 pockets and compartments, which will keep all your disc golf essentials neatly organized. The bag’s thoughtful layout includes both large areas for disc storage and smaller pockets to hold your valuables, like your phone, keys, and wallet. The comfort is aided by some nice padded straps, which help take the load off when the bag is loaded with all your gear. It has the standard 600D Rohs nylon fabric that has stood the test of time and is able to meet the demands of most DG courses.


Good Points

  • Loads of room and well thought out layout with lots of pockets.
  •  Has extra wide straps with padding
  •  Has deep side pockets for several drinks
  • Has pencil holder slot
  • Room for 2 putters in front pouch
  • 4 side straps for holding umbrellas, stools, clothing


Need The Extra Room?

A backpack offers so much more in terms of organisation and accessibility compared to a sling type bag, and I mean one of the larger backsacks like the Slinger or the Windspeed Cadet. When you want to have more stuff or simply can’t trust the weather, you have plenty of room to store extra layers, bring some food and extra drinks, and a whack of discs, it’s hard to beat a backpack. Well, this certainly isn’t as big as the Empire by Westside discs but it can hold about 45 pounds of weight, which isn’t too shabby at all.

The straps are wide and have some light padding on the back has a bit more padding, so you will be able to carry up to 30 discs around without too much strain. The strap could have a bit more padding to protect your shoulders to maximize the comfort. That is a slight drawback. And one of the main things about all backpacks that you need to happen is thet they stay upright once you set them down. You don’t want to be constantly trying to prop your bag up against something or constantly having to pick it up. So the Fitiactic has 2 inserts to prevent this. You slide them into the 2 velcroed sides of the bag after you’ve got it delivered, and they work.

Fitactic has made this bag very much around the Grip bag template. They also remarket this design under the name Huju. But this is not a cheaply made bag, it’s pretty robust and durable. It also has extended rail rubber on the bottom which will keep it away from all the grime and dirt on the course.


Fitactic Tech Overview

  • Main Compartment: Up to 30 discs will fit securely in the main disc compartment.
  • Putter Pocket: putter pocket on the top holds 2 discs.
  • Drinks Slots: Can fit 2 x 24oz bottles
  • Disc Dividers: Keep your discs organized and easy to reach during play.
  • Side Pockets: The extra side pockets are broad enough to hold extra gear or personal items.
  • Valuables Pocket: A special zipper pocket is set aside for electronics or valuable items.
  • Weight: 3.5 pounds
  • Rainfly: Unexpected rain won’t be a problem; the included rainfly keeps your backpack and its contents dry.


Storage Capacity

When you’re gearing up for a round of disc golf, if you want a bag that can fit a lot of discs, food and apparel, then you need a backpack like this. As this can hold 25-30 disc at a stretch, you’ll still have room for food, beverages, scorecard, phones and anything else you want to carry. The  large main compartment holds between 25-30 discs, so you have the flexibility to carry a full range of drivers, mid-ranges, and putters.

Alongside the main disc compartment, the Fitactic  has additional storage slots to cater to all your disc golf gear hoarding needs.

  • Dual water bottle holders: Stay hydrated with easy access to beverages.
  • Multiple pockets: Ideal for snacks, scorecards, and personal items.
  • Umbrella holder: A convenient feature for sudden weather changes.

With these compartments, you can carry more than just your sports gear, especially if you want to be out in the fresh air for a long time.

Affordability and Value

In terms of affordability, the Fitactic Luxury Backpack is positioned to provide good value to you as a customer. The price range for Fitactic products generally sits comfortably in the mid-tier bracket, averaging around $50, which is a lot less than the preumim line brands. Here’s how the Fitactic compares in terms of price with other popular options.

You’ll find that the Fitactic’s price point is quite close to the Prodigy BP-3 and the Dynamic Discs Trooper, making it a competitive option for you if affordability is a key concern.

Fitactic Bag Comparisons

It’s always useful to draw comparisons with other brands to see how it stands up. From customer feedback, the standout features of the Fitactic backpack include its durability—such as strong seams and zippers—and its high disc capacity, capable of holding 25-30 discs.

  • Fitactic Luxury Backpack: Good, tough, no fuss well designed bag with plenty of pockets and high disc capacity
  • Prodigy BP-3 Backpack: Known for lightweight and simple design
  • Dynamic Discs Trooper Backpack: Offers comfort and quick disc access and the DD legacy
  • Dynamic Discs Ranger Backpack: Provides high-end quality and extensive storage

Through online reviews the Fitactic bag seems to maintain its integrity even after 50+ rounds, so it’s pretty much on a par (pun extended) with brands like Prodigy and Dynamic Discs.


The Fitactic Luxury Backpack does have a limited range of colors, from classic Black, Digital Desert Camouflage, and Woodland Camouflage. Not a lot, but who knows what the future will hold. All in all, the pros for me certainly outweigh the negatives of this bag. You can get it for a lot cheaper than most of the big name brands and it does it’s job very well. Sometimes that’s all you need in life.