Steve wrote:The orc might fit what you are looking for.
While true for putters, mids, many fairway drivers and so on, they can give you years of service, but I really don't feel this way about DX distance drivers. I've thrown DX Valks that started out like your average DX Valk and after a month of normal usage (no particularly nasty tree hits apparently) turn over 90 degrees on a ~380' throw, it's really hard to manage enough hyzer to prevent them from turning into rollers. They're not all that bad, but DX plastic and wide thin rims just don't really mix that well. DX Valks are discs that can be good for a while, even fairly long for someone with really low power, but if you're throwing closer to 350' they usually won't last long in a usable state.cubeofsoup wrote:A seasoned DX disc is almost more useful than a new one.
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