Lucid Sheriff

$18.90

1 review

Disc Color: Yellow
Weight (g)
In stock, ready to ship
Description

A versatile high-speed disc is hard to find. They are usually too far on one side of the spectrum to be a true multi-tool. Introducing the Sheriff by Dynamic Discs. Long anhyzers, flex shots, pu_e hyzers; the Sheriff will arrive just in time to protect you from the onslaught of bogeys sure to come without the right disc. Attack the course with a new confidence knowing the Sheriff is standing with you to handle any problems that might arise.

Things you should know

Please note that product images may differ slightly from the actual product. Additionally, the shade of disc color may vary; for example, blue may range from baby blue to sky blue. Foil stamp colors are assorted unless otherwise stated.


Speed

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Glide

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Turn

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fade

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The progress bars visually display disc's flight for a right-handed backhand thrower.

Lucid

The perfect combination of polymers produce some of the most beautiful and durable plastic in disc golf. This translucent blend can take a beating and maintain the original flight characteristics of the disc for many rounds of disc golf. The Lucid version of a disc will be slightly more overstable than the Fuzion version.

PDGA Specifications

Max Weight: 175.1 g

Diameter: 21.1 cm

Height: 1.6 cm

Rim Depth: 1.1 cm

Rim Thickness: 2.4 cm

Inside Rim Diameter: 16.3 cm

Rim Depth / Diameter Ratio: 5.2%

Rim Configuration: 30.25

Flexibility: 11.79 kg

Certification Number: 16-84

Approved Date:

Shipping

Get your gear for your weekend round. We offer free shipping to selected regions.

• Sweden: 750 SEK

• EU: 75€

• Norway: 1500 NOK

• US: $150

Do we ship internationally? Yes, we do! Check out our international shipping page here.

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magnus f.
Missprint sword.

Great distance driver in the woods. Allyways fun to open a box with a missprint. You never know how wonky the logo is.