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what about discraft or innova do you like? and what is your favorite disc?

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Yeah the website and bios look great. There's only one thing missing... The plastic!! They need to get those up asap while curiosity is high or people will lose interest and forget about it.
looks great on a tablet!

I have a full set (high speed, mid speed, approach) of both. 

But I have to admit, I prefer Discraft the best.  Love the Nuke.

I believe that the whole Innova vs. Discraft discussion is outdated at this point simply because there are more disc manufacturers out there now. That being said I am an Innova user with a couple of Quest AT discs in the bag. I even had the opportunity to throw a Hurricane the other day (forgot who makes it).

Hurricane is made by DGA.

i like that they make disc golf discs. my favorite disc is the gatewat wizard. very close second is the discraft buzz. innova's boss flys very far for me....hope this is helpful.
wish the legacy page had more on what discs they have
they just have the one disc now, the rampage. and it seems like a big stable distance driver. seems geared towards pros. could be good though if you've got a cannon.


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What I like about innova is that with their huge selection and experience, it's impossible to not find a disc that you like.  My favorite Innova disc is the TL.... pure lines all day.  What I like about discraft is quality control and their instructional videos.  My favorite is the only putter I've ever really used long term... the pro d challenger: just the right amt of bead for me. 


I like that other companies are pushing the boundaries and trying new things.  Latitude 64 out of Sweden has the most gorgeous plastic on the market.  I don't know why that matters to me, but it does.  They have some very impressive offerings.  I love the vision for turnovers... replaced my sidewinder (never though that'd happen).


Westside discs (out of finland with discs produced by Latitude 64)is currently rocking my word with the Sword and the King.  After two rounds the Sword found a permanent place in the bag.  It's making disc golf easier with its pure lines and phenomenal speed and glide.  It's rim is also narrower... slightly moreso than a wraith, but it is as fast as a destroyer or better.  I just got the King, but so far I'm bombing the snot out of it. 

I am curious just how overstable the Sword is. Also does it have a wide rim?

I am a bit skeptical about the claims made on some of the new discs like a Katana or the Vulcan. I do like the Lemon Lake version of the Katana (similar to the Pro version). The Star Katana was too overstable for my liking. And now I also have a Star Vulcan which I can turn over but will absolutely come back at the end of its flight. So it seems to be more stable than my Sidewinder even though it is touted as being understable.

How does the Sword fly?

Also they are showing the King as being more understable.


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