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Old 10-27-2013, 01:57 PM
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Actually just throw your dx aviar for a mid, that will help tons later, and your arm probably cant handle most mids anyway
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Old 10-27-2013, 02:43 PM
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Mako/Mako3 is what I'd recommend. Its stable so its good for teaching beginners line shaping. It will most likely remain in their bag long after they lose their "beginner status" & while they keep improving. Comes in durable plastic so it won't change on them so they have time to learn the disc in its entirety.
Originally Posted by optidiscic View Post
skeeter is the best beginner disc by innova
wolf is a close second
I think the Mako the Roc etc will frustrate as they go where they are thrown which is tough on a beginner lol it was for me
Thats right give beginners discs that don't go where there thrown?! FYI the Roc & Mako aren't compareable at all. The Mako is pretty much point & shoot but the Roc is more overstable. I love my Rocs but for beginners a Roc would be a bad choice (unless beat in) because it would mask form flaws & teach them to flex discs to gain distance. I agree the Skeeter is a decent begginer mid mold though.
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Old 10-27-2013, 03:06 PM
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When I threw innova, the shark never let me down.
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