Are Vibram discs any good?

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Are Vibram discs any good?

It is a good, precision putter and is often preferred in X-Link Soft rubber because the material is so pliable that it seems to hug the chains and doesn’t roll too far if the putt is missed. It is a go-to disc for ultra-soft putters.

Why did Vibram stop making discs?

Vibram is discontinuing their disc golf division. We have made the very hard decision to exit the sport of disc golf. We feel that the sport of disc golf deserves more attention and effort than our business is able to provide, given the volume of resources needed for the much larger segments of our business.

When did Vibram stop making discs?

Vibram produced discs from 2008 to 2018 with guidance from Steve Dodge, who worked at the company for seven years as the Business Unit Manager for their disc golf operation.

Who makes Vibram discs?

Dodge sold the idea of rubber frisbee golf discs to Vibram Management, and was promptly put in charge of the Vibram’s Disc Golf division. The discs were beautiful. Most were multicolored from being made from different colored plastic trimmings. They covered the full weight range and developed a following.

Where is infinite discs based?

Logan, Utah
While our local shop and headquarters are located in Logan, Utah, we ship discs to all 50 states and many countries throughout the world.

What is the toughest Vibram sole?

The extremely durable and high-quality rubber compounds are called XS Edge and XS Grip2. The XS Edge is a stiffer sole that retains its shape and is intended for edging.

What disc golf disc should I buy?

Use a Mid-Range disc for shorter shots and approaching the target. Use a Putt & Approach disc for short upshots and putts. We recommend beginners choose one of the following drivers as these discs are the easiest to throw far; choose lighter weights for better results: Archangel, Roadrunner, Mamba or Leopard.

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