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Vibram has the ascent and the trak two of what i would consider longer range fairway drivers but what I'm wondering is am I the only Vibram nut who would love to see them come out with a long range distance driver?????

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The microwave trick is possible on more than the Vibram brand.

Works on star and so on.....

Microwave trick? how does that work? how long do you put them in for?

thanx Norm. Pretty sure it's time to try a few out starting with some mids/drivers.


Check this video out! You will love Vibram Discs! Get an Ibex, Ridge, and Trak to start...you will thank me!

Have to agree with one of the comments on youtube:

Why would I throw my favorite putter KC Pro Aviar into a concrete wall?

Nothing flies like them.

And if it were not for the discs before Vibram, there would not be a Vibram disc available.....

True...and we could say the same about the Model T Ford...

Sometimes in shipping a disc gets a bump or bow in the center area...

Have had a retailer, tell me that they have microwaved discs (the disc must be in water) and the bow goes away and goes back to its original shape.

Have not tried this myself... but been told that it works....

The specifics I do not know.

So you are saying that the Vibram putter works better than the KC Pro Aviar?

Beg to differ.

The Vibram disc flies different, but not like the KC Pro.

And when it (KC Pro) breaks in, even better sometimes.

A 'broken in' disc is sometimes better.

Not too concerned about a few bumps and minor bruises with it.

Don't intentionally slam them into rocks or trees.

Don't believe the Vibram is in the same league....

Well,returned to the course and threw the Vibram Trac,weight is 175.Visited their site,listened/watched each discs presentation.perhaps as mentioned earlier it my be my throwing.Still fades left,not right at all. Also the weight is heavier then what I'm use to{150-168}Flies straight,but fades,even sort of hyzers to the left.Lands and stays with very little roll away,nice.Skipping is very limited,sticks when landing.Work in progress with this disc. Might purchase more at a later date.Like the feel of disc,not gummy or sticky.

Then, we must agree to disagree...and that is the beauty of this sport...there are discs out there that are right for all of us...


ED if you thinking of getting others try a ascent I have a 166g love the disc, just  order a Trak

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