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Plastic: Opto. Weight: See variants. Disc color: See variants. Foil color: Assorted / Mixed.
Disc/foil color info: Product images may differ slightly from actual product, and shade of disc color may vary (for example, blue can be baby blue or sky blue). Foil color are assorted. Note: Discs in this plastic may sometimes contain some sparkle (dots).
This is one of our more understable distance drivers. It is almost as fast as a lightning bolt and has an understable flight path with good glide. This is the perfect distance driver for players with slower arm speed that want to throw far. For experienced players with more power, the Bolt can still be useful when fast and understable is what you are looking for.
Speed: 13 Glide: 6 Turn: -2 Fade: 3
So I had an old bolt in frost plastic and every so often I would get a super max distance line with it 400ft+ when my average is 350ft. Wanted to try a brand new one so chose Opto and it is so flippy. I can throw it on hyzer and still get a roller out of it. Might be a great roller disc but no giant long range S lines I was hoping for. Great color ( orange) and great service and shipping from Lat. would recommend for someone with 250-300ft of distance and expect 40+ft to your longest drive .
I think this disc will be fucking nasty once I get my form right. As it stands now I just don’t have the arm to get it to work like it’s supposed to.
one of my gavotte discs.
Greatest putter ever made and the pink is amazing looking oh and by the way my brother putts with daggers and wonders why there are no orbit daggers that would be awesome to see next thank you guys
When it was advertised as "stable" I was expecting a meat hook with huge fade. I like the Trust and figured this was a step beyond. Turns out to not be the case. Where the Trust goes straight, the Savior has a nice forward push and glide with a gentle, yet firm, fade at the end. The thicker shoulder also means easier forehand release and better torque resistance than the Trust. Definitely room for both in the bag.
The multiwear is both comfortable and useful. I’m very pleased!
I use the grace as for my flex back hand shots that need to go 300ft. I like the consistant flight out of the grace. It has become a stable and work horse in my bag.