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I am in search of a Pro Line Leopard in the mid 170s weight for my buddy who lost his today in Manitowoc at Silver Creek (it was tiedye mostly blue and yellow if you find it let me know). I am looking to either trade for one or buy one to replace it for him. Preferably in new to excellent condition.

Please no look at Discaroo or Ebay responses, it was already checked

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dtworld.com Discovering The World has a wide selection of pro leopards, and xout-pro line. Call them up
Throw orange discs.
Are you talking about the older pro line Leopards made out of Champion type plastic? Sweet disc!!! I would be very upset if I lost mine.
Yea they arent the translucent ones but the nice super durable plastic

James Burton said:
Are you talking about the older pro line Leopards made out of Champion type plastic? Sweet disc!!! I would be very upset if I lost mine.
call clearwaterdiscgolfstore. they have a lot of stuff they don't post on their site. they had one last time i checked. it was purple.
Yea I saw that one in my search. Hoping to not pay $25 for one but it may come to that

Coolhand said:
call clearwaterdiscgolfstore. they have a lot of stuff they don't post on their site. they had one last time i checked. it was purple.
The newer Leopards, no matter what plastic, just don't fly the same as those first pro line ones or the CE Leopards.
understandable. if you call them though they might have a used one. i bought a pro line beast on there for 15 bucks. had a bit of ink, but it was 15 bucks!

Mike Jenkins said:
Yea I saw that one in my search. Hoping to not pay $25 for one but it may come to that

Coolhand said:
call clearwaterdiscgolfstore. they have a lot of stuff they don't post on their site. they had one last time i checked. it was purple.
They really dont and thats the problem he has because he has tried all of the newer lines, the closest he has found is the star but still way different.

Jamie thanks for the link I found that one this morning actually and sent it over to him thank you.

James Burton said:
The newer Leopards, no matter what plastic, just don't fly the same as those first pro line ones or the CE Leopards.

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