I BOUGHT A BOSS ABOUT TWO WEEKS AGO AND THREW IT MULTIPLE TIMES AND IT JUST SEEMED TO BE A HIGH SPEED ROLLER. EVEN AFTER ADJUSTING THE ANGLE OF MY WRIST ON RELEASE IT JUST LAID OVER AND ROLLED. JUST WANTED TO SEE IF YOU GUYS HAD THE SAME EXPERIANCE.
you are not getting your angle of release correct if you are flipping a Boss over and getting it to roll...on one hand, you should feel pretty good about your throw if you can flip a Boss over and turn it into a roller, b/c it's hella OVERstable, even accouting for the differences in color/batch run...add more hyzer/less wrist roll and keep ripping...don't blame the disc, blame your arm/hand/wrist, b/c that's where the issue is...
I love this disc, one of my favs..even the R-Pro one. Not all discs are made for everybody and just because one or two people don't like it, then it doesn't make it a bad disc. I find this disc does exactly what it is supposed to based on Innova's disc rating system and have had three of them in champ plastic and they fly awesome.
is it a regular boss or a 150 class pro r boss...my pro r boss will flip in my bag if i look at it funny.but if i release it with a vertical hyzer at 75% power it will go 400+ with ease ,but if i dont release smooth or try to over power it it will flip and roll
If your disc turns over too much it may be the amount of wobble you get when you release it. During my tournament days I changed my grip to the pinch grip in the middle of the season. The result was a much smoother release and more stability from the disc. Nothing back then was even close to the stability of the boss. The disc only accounts for some of the flight characteristics. Find a grip that allows for the smoothest release.
Well, at first I was hesitant to get a Boss just because I thought it was a cheaters disc since anyone/everyone was throwing it. Finally I bought in, and the Champion Boss added another 50ft+ to my drives. I did notice the Champ Boss does tend to flip or not hyzer back in tailwinds. I got the Star Boss and this became my 80% drive disc. I use it from everything to hyzer shots, long distance straight shots, super long s-anhyzer flexs, and rollers. Bosses are perfect disc for sidearms with the extra width for balance. I think every disc is a little different and some discs have a tendency to get that sweet break-in point at different times. Some Bosses you will love from the get-go, others you may have to work in for a while. Once you have fine-tuned, they will become a lethal weapon in your bag.
I have three Star Bosses, two Champs and two R-Pro Bosses and I prefer the Star Boss over all.