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Oh, you were talking about the plastic color being white... I get it. i thought you were saying that the ink or whatever is used in the supercolor process was white...
never played in the snow, but I can imagine it wouldn't be the best place for a white disc.
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Crap you're right, I have seen black challengers...
I threw Wizards before they were cool.
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Yeah, there are black ones. Example my HPC 2005 Trophy and my Lance Armstrong Foundation Disc both Black Challengers.
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