YEsterday i threw my buddy's star teerex brand new into a slight headwind. And as soon as i let go it flipped like my avenger ss. Got on video and i released it flat. I can throw about 350'. Any thoughts of what went wrong?
It doesnt really matter the more you play a disc,the more its stabillity changes,from impacts and such.I side arm left with no problems using a Star Teerex.It might be an issue with form in your release.Headwinds are not the easiest to deal with either.
If you like Innova's "Gummy" plastic. You will dig this stuff. If you have not tried their discs. Your best bet is the Striker. It flies like a CE Teebird, but longer. Some people have said "If the Valk and Teebird had a kid, this would be it"
The other thing I like about them. Is if you baught four Strikers, they would all fly pretty much the same. They have also come out with a "Gold Line" plastic. It's like Star or ESP plastic, but I think I still like the Opto plastic better.
Marshall Street has all the Latitude 64 stuff.