My R Pro Boss feels like it is a very delicate disc... good for grip but I'd be very afraid when it hit a tree!!! It feels like it will get beat up pretty easy, but I'll tell you what it flips and fades back beautifully and even I can huck the thing a mile... well that's not true but I couldn't believe how far that thing went!!!
"Just because you have a club doesn't mean you're organized..."
I passed on the R-Pro Boss when I touched it today, it felt like a DX disc to me.
Beats in like one, too. One skip off the asphalt path and my buddy's Aaarrggh-Pro Boss looked like an old Pro-D Cyclone. Keep feeding the general public spoonfuls of shit, Innova, they're sure to eat it.
The only thing miraculous about ICP is the fact that their children look like them...
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This is as close to a factory store as they have and if its new, its here first.
I usually visit at least once a week to keep up.
Redwood, waaa ?
I cant really see the point of the R-pro Boss because I already have a nice
Starlite 167 thats flying nicer every time I throw it. The Boss is really is a great disc, not a fad, its a serious windfighter for its weight.
I just cant see the need for a second one in cheap plastic.
I have been considering an R-pro Xcaliber though.
Xcalibers currently in Star and Champion plastic dont go below 172 grams, I like the way the light Star Boss performs, and I like my heavier Star Xcaliber, but unless Innova runs off some new Starlite Xcalibers, which I have not heard anything about yet, and gets them down to that magic 165/166 gram range, [Dave, do you read these forums], if I want a lighter Xcaliber its gonna have to be a R-pro disc.