R-pro Aviar and R-pro Cro are sweet discs. They stick very well for those shots where you want minimal skip/slide. I have a larger arm and the R-pro Boss is very understable compared to the champion model. It's a good disc for situations where you have no run-up and still need to go a mile or two. The speed of the Boss lends the R-pro model to increased damage from impacts. Just like clinging to the chains, they cling to pine trees exceptionally well. I would love to see the Boss in the regular Pro plastic...
Donny! R-pro Xcal? In the wrong hands that thing would be mush after just one round, no?
r pro boss is sweet! throw it almost verticial (hyzer flip) and watch it flip up and glide for a mile before fading off. they get dinged up quick, but for me it means crank a brand new one into a tree and its good to go instead of waiting 5 months for a pro wraith to break in just right. buy 5 in light weights learn the hyzer flip and get ready for some nice shots.
took the R-pro boss out yesterday to a local course here in KY(Lincoln ridge(banklick) and used it for my main driver most of the day. I smacked a couple trees with it and the thing really did not get to tore up. Matter of fact it really did well to my surprise. I hit a tree one time so hard i thought dang the thing is ruined but went to the next hole and it flew the same as before. It did not even get a dent in it. I can throw this disc further any other I have tried. I like the fast speed in the light wieghts. It has improved my distance from the 300-325' to over the 350' mark. I hit a couple holes that were 360 and landed the disc next to the basket and beyond. The one thing i did notice with the 150g is that it will turnover on you on occassion. The 160 I have seemed to not turnover or atleast has not done that yet. It definitely will stay in the bag and probably replace my surge SS as my main driver.