Opto-Ice Core - 15 Year Anniversary

$21.90

3 reviews
Disc Color: Pink
Weight (g)
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Description

Core is a perfect midrange for both amateurs and professional players. The flight is reliable and stable, with a slight fade at the end. With it’s predictable flight path, it can be used for hyzer shots as well as long turnover drives.

Player Level

Beginner
Intermediate
Expert

Speed

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Glide

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Turn

0.5
0
-0.5
-1
-1.5
-2
-2.5
-3
-3.5
-4

fade

5
4
3.5
3
2.5
2
1.5
1
0.5
0

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

Opto-Ice

Opto-Ice is a premium blend of plastics that provides a stiffness between Opto and Opto-X. It has great durability, and more overstable flights compared to regular Opto.

Things you should know

Product images may differ slightly from actual product. Shade of disc color may vary (for example, blue can be baby blue or sky blue). Foil stamp color are assorted, unless otherwise stated.

Shipping

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

• Sweden: 500 SEK

• Norway: 1500 NOK

• EU: 100€

• US: $150

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

Customer Reviews

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Keenan J. (Albuquerque, US)
Shot shaper

When I signed with Trilogy I tested all the understable mids. Tursas was very flippy, fuse flew great but had a domey feel in the hand, warship was too fast. Honorable mention to the claymore.
The core is the best all around mid. Tried and true

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scott c. (Kansas City, US)

Opto-Ice Core - 15 Year Anniversary

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James W. (Kenosha, US)
Surprise

This disc was stamped incorrectly with "distance driver 15 year anniversary". Attempted to fix and stamp "midrange" in outlined text over the words distance driver. It looks very gimmicky and not what I would expect for a 15 year release run. Who made the original stamping error? Who thought it was OK to stamp over the misprint? Has a feel of profits over quality workmanship....