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Along with the R-Pro Skeeter and R-Pro Hydra. Personally I have really been wanting to try an R-pro Boss so that is good. I can see the skeeter in R-Pro but Why the Hydra? Does anyone even use a Hydra?

I think Innova is trying to make their R-pro Material an answer to Discrafts FLX plastic. personally I like FLX better but R-Pro is Pretty nice. I just dont think it can compete durability wise. I still carry mostly Innova champ and star though except for my FLX buzzz. Don't jump down my Throat Roc fans. I also carry two rocs. I like both... could you imagine such a thing?

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I have an R pro Cro! Its nice
I only meant as far as flexibility and grip go. Obviously they can't be exactly the same otherwise they'd be copying.
You have to have good form and no OAT.
The Hydra floats man!
The 150 R-Pro Boss Floats in water too!

If you have a big arm, you should already be throwing Champion or Star Bosses a long way. The R-Pro only comes in 164 grams and down. These are meant for the rest of us. Big power is not needed, just good technique.
I can throw Wraiths and Valkyries 400+ feet.(I just overthrew a 416ft level hole with my wraith today) But I still don't think I have what it takes to throw a champ boss. Maybe I just haven't thrown one that's beat up enough yet. They have too much fade for my liking. I think its that the rim is so big I'm not getting the kind of snap I can get on a wraith.
I know that but I have never seen anyone carry one in their bag. I guess it would be a good disc to have on water holes but I've never lost a disc to water anyway. If they do go in the drink its always close enough to the edge for me to reach in and grab. I figure I have a better chance of making it across the water if I throw a disc that I know rather than one I hardly use.
If you have a big arm, you should already be throwing Champion or Star Bosses a long way. The R-Pro only comes in 164 grams and down. These are meant for the rest of us. Big power is not needed, just good technique.

Festivus for the rest of us!!!!!! Yea!!! gonna try all different weights! Brownguy, get you some 134g!!
Although I throw Discraft I wouldn't mind getting a ultralight to light R-pro boss for my wife and son

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