Craft disc makers Reptilian disc golf, Ozone discs and Element discs have joined forces to more effectively bring 3 micro-brands to market and True North is happy to support this style of grass-roots endeavor.
You don’t often see the attention to artistic detail in plastic manufacture quite like New Zealand’s RPM are doing it. Experimentation and beauty seem their hallmark. Intense applications of pearlescence, metal flake, swirls or combinations thereof, RPM set themselves apart in their uniqueness. Drool worthiness aside, the feel of the plastic is great from premiums […]
Westside give us the Fortress, a new overstable speed 10 in both Tournament and VIP. Typically, Westside’s flight numbers can lead one to expect more stability than may be the case, but from anecdotal reports, this one seems on the mark at a solid 0/3.
Second up in the trilogy refresh – Lat 64 who drop the Anchor: a deep dish, meaty slo-verstable mid range with a large bead. Didn’t get many of these, but the few will be in Sundre this weekend. Caltrop, Gladiator and Some fresh 2K Opto-G action also in. It’s Topsy turvy world with MVP adding […]
Dynamic discs drops their new OS long fairway driver – the Criminal. At speed 10, this criminal may not break the speed limit, but it’ll steal an OS fairway slot from your bag with a meaty +1 Turn and +4 fade.
Axiom drops their first 23mm class (read: speed 13) driver with the stable/understable Mayhem, a limited few featuring a sweet triple foil Skulboy stamp. Meanwhile, MVP drops their first base plastic driver in the Electron Volt along with their first entry into the ultra high speed market with the 24.5mm Teleport (also in a limited 1st ed run).