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  1. DX Python

    The Python is a large diameter understable disc that was originally released in 1994. The Python is like a faster Stingray, and is a fantastic roller. These Pythons were molded in regular DX. 6 | 4 | -1 | 2 Learn More
  2. DX Classic Ace

    The Classic Ace is a Putt and Approach disc from 1986. The Classic Ace has a smaller profile similar to that of the XD. It is less stable than the XD or Hammer. 3 | 3 | -2 | 2 Learn More
  3. Pulsar

    $9.99
    USA Ultimate approved for tournament play, the Pulsar is ready to lead your team to the championships. This disc is not just a competition disc. It is perfect for freestyling at the beach or for a game of throw and catch in the backyard or park. The Pulsar is also approved for Super Class and PDGA disc golf use. Learn More
  4. DX Sonic

    $9.99
    As a putter, the Sonic has a nice straight flight and sticks well in the chains. The Sonic also makes a versatile short range approach and escape disc when thrown sidearm or backhand. For longer approaches, it has a slow predictable turn and likes to land flat for very few roll-aways. This disc is very beginner friendly. Learn More
  5. Pro Rhyno (Stiff)

    A Rhyno for true Rhyno enthusiasts. These were molded in a stiffer R-Pro material that is tacky and stiff, very much the opposite of the production run R-Pro Rhyno. Rhyno is essential in the wind for short to medium range shots. The Rhyno’s Thumtrac™ gives it a sure grip and reliable performance in any situation. Learn More
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