Roottori wrote:Could somebody give me short review about Trak and Ascent? Ascent seems to be more overstable than Trak, but are there any other differences? I would also like to hear how they compare to other, more-known discs. Vibram discs look interesting, I'd like to know something more about them.
Both can take moderate winds, but it becomes a matter of reading the wind and praying for lack of gusts in heavy headwinds with both of these discs. Which is kinda sad, because in calm and mild headwinds both are fairly HSS and LSS with Ascent being harder fading and Trak not finishing straight. Both fade way more and are just shy of Leo distances so Glo Z Stalker sounds like a good comparison. A regular Z Stalker is straighter and a little longer than the Glo Z Stalker.
What is great about X Link material is, that when you wash the discs with grease remover properly and rinse them well, they gain a lot in the grip. Major good news for fall and winter and i assume for rain based on pouring water on them from a bottle and tossing them. They are so grippy, that in 10C i got grip locks with them, when i don't with other discs, while using a power grip. Which was great, because i then i could return to two finger grip and not suffer from early slips to the left of the target, like i did with slick discs. Now that it's coder i need to test these again, because winter is exactly, why i got the grip upgrade for.
Flat shots need running on the center line of the tee and planting each step on the center line. Anhyzer needs running from rear right to front left with the plant step hitting the ground to the left of the line you're running on. Hyzer is the mirror of that.