I just picked up one of the pearly red tacky Star plastic Destroyers from Patrick Brown, to replace my echo* in the over-stable slot. I knew it was one of the good ones when I saw it, and sure enough, its definitely money. It has a poppy top that sounds like a deep heart beat...I can point it at somebody far away, pop the top, and they can feel it resonating in their bones. It fights being turned over like mad, and is only going to get sweeter and sweeter with age.
himynameismatt wrote:In the heavy NW woods my Pro Destroyers used to last about 4-6mo before they'd enter sky roller territory. There isn't a better flying distance disc IMO than the Pro Destroyer but like Discspeed said awhile back I have a hard time trusting plastic who's flight characteristics can change drastically in the middle of a round. This is double true for a disc I'm relying on to get me well past 400'
That's also why I stopped throwing the Pro Destroyers, since my home course has numerous trees. But I still love them a great deal. I've gone back to the Wraith (Pro+Star) as my long distance finesse driver.