... I think the XL gets my vote for Discraft's most underhyped but amazing disc.
I gave this disc a go a while back. It was in Z plastic and that dude was too stable for my liking although my throwing form has definately made great strides as of late. I may try and play with one again what plastic line is a good indicator of amazingness?
Along the lines of Papa's post, I think the XL gets my vote for Discraft's most underhyped but amazing disc.
I just picked one up a couple weeks ago. I'm really into it. I love that its high speed turn is very gradual and deliberate, not twitchy. I don't know how better to describe it than that. Feel me? I've only thrown it in max weight ESP. I'll pick up a Z version next time.
well after starting this thread I was unsure how many different people were throwing so many diverse types of discs. I am very excited to see that this was a topic worth discussing, I am pretty sure there are so many discraft discs listed on this thread is due to the fact that we are on the west coast were as it seems if you go east of the rockies, it seemed to me when in Illinois I always saw d-craft in players bags. Anyway I just like playing with any disc that feels good in my paw, and I appreciate all the info given on all of your "misfit" discs I look forward to trying a few out, Champ Birdie sounds like it could be a blast to huck around ole Meadow Ridge.
I agree that Rocs are used by nearly everyone, but I see very few people using a Classic Roc. Which, in my opinion, is different than a Roc.
Now that I think about it, I guess you're right, because I have a couple of Buzzz GT's that have the Buzzz name but no one throws. Most people are throwing the Ontario Roc? I don't know I don't know much about all the makes of the Roc.
Sometimes my mind boggles. It's so deep my mind actually boggles.