I love the Rive, a great anhyser flex disc that gets great distance. Just beware that it's a high speed skip machine which is why I had to buy this one after my last one skipped off into the woods nether to be seen again...:(
Thanks for the review! I'm sorry to hear that you lost your last Rive. Hopefully this one won't skip into the woods.
I love the Rive. The Grand plastic is my favourite plastic of all manufacturers. It's a brilliant blend of grip and durability. The Rive itself does what it says on the box. It's a disc I'm growing into. For now at around 125m, it's my over stable option with great glide and reliable finish. I think it'll become my main driver at 150m if I ever get there.
Bought this to replace an old rive, love this straight flying driver with a confident finish to the left (backhand right hand)
The picture showed the disc was pink and the pink gold, but the print was blue, so not what I wanted but still love it
As someone who has an average max distance of 330 to 350 ft, the Rive is just a bit too stable for me to use it as intended right out of the box, but only by a little. The glide is very good and as always, the plastic is phenomenal, although it is prone to denting easily, more so than other premium plastics like Gold or Opto. The thing with Royal Grand plastic is that once it beats in a little (which it does relatively quick), it stays like that for quite a long time before becoming too understable. I also throw the Grace and Havoc, which are more understable, and the Dynamic Discs Raider, which falls in between the Havoc and the Rive. I also bag an gold-X ballista Pro which is way more beefy than the Rive. All in all, the Rive is a great disc that has enough stability to fight the wind, but doesn't want to dump during the fade, providing the best option for long distances.
Perfect flight. Who does not love big distance :)