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We just listed our first Vibram order last week. Ninety six discs consisting of all 3 putter types (Summit, Ridge, VP) and Vibram's first driver (Ascent) in Vibram's three types of X-Link rubber-based compound: Firm, Medium, and SOFT.

Now regarding that last one...

This was the first time I had held a SOFT Vibram putter in my hand and I must say this thing is CRAZY FLOPPY! The softest putter I've ever seen. I think that the jump between SOFT and MEDIUM is much bigger than the one between MEDIUM and FIRM.

http://stores.ebay.com/Hazardiscs-Disc-Golf/_i.html?_nkw=vibram&...

Seeing as the SOFT versions have been our best sellers thus far they seem to be popular. So what's your experience with them? Love them or not?

***PostScript: Vibram is coming out with a new driver (understable complement to the Ascent) and their first midrange this Summer (driver's being released before the midrange though).

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I bought a soft green summit and immediately sent it back to DGC because I hated how floppy it was. I traded it for a firm summit and can't stand how hard it is either. I actually like to throw blunt gumbputts when its not windy, so that should say something about how floppy mine was.
Too soft. I have a soft V.P. It is useless.
I know that the soft versions are only made seasonally, maybe they're only supposed to be used in the Winter months (I'm thinking that the cold would make them more rigid and easier to work with).
I think they are great , to play catch with. They are also good to approach when you don't want a disc to skip or roll away. Personally I'm not a big fan of the Vibram Disc , VP too stable (though it would be a good flick approach disc) Summit is way to touchy or should I say finecky. If I HAD to throw one it would most likely be the Ridge because I hear it is comparable to an Aviar.
Shoes yes, discs no.

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