Mark Ellis wrote:Myth: Climo could beat you with a trash can lid.
Truth: Climo could beat you with a trash can lid left-handed.
Latitude and Discmania have made some magnificent new discs in the last few years(river, fuse, striker, flow, FD, PD, etc.) Who's to say that any new manufacturer COULDNT revolutionize the industry with a new blend of plastic or a disc that does what one of the zillion molds out there already does, but does it better and/or easier.pask2155 wrote:What's the hype over these discs?
If you ask me it's another plastic company making discs that already do what they do. So what's "new" or "hyped"?
If you ask me unless they can manufacture a disc that goes straight for everyone at all skill levels, or a driver that goes 400' no matter your form flaws... Then what's the point to hype? What's the point of being excited? It's all out there it's all been done. Why do we need another company?
JR wrote:I have yet to see a disc that flies the same down and headwind so lets say i'm dubious of some of the claims i've heard. It would be nice if that is true for anything more than a hares fart.
abarker wrote:...There are a limited number of these discs...
JR wrote:The fade of the D4 looks to be pretty hard vs what i thought from the descriptions from others but it flips pretty much. Not very usable in tight spaces.
Frank Delicious wrote:Every groove is a unique snowflake of suck.
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