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Future_Primitive 06-02-2016 09:18 AM

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Originally Posted by Snaques (Post 2965671)
I'm really loving the Grip Pure.

To me it is really close to a Gstar / Snow plastic. Someone said it would be of lesser quality, but I just don't see that. I've been throwing mine since the day they re-released them and it is holding up really well. Any Zero version would be so banged up by now that it would hurt my eyes.

Stability-wise it's also perferct. I guess it's close to a new Opto. I can throw it full power and get no turn and practically no fade.

Pretty much spot on to my own situation, :hfive: for the Grip Line Pures.

Gave up on the Zero Softs as they get banged up and warped way to quickly which also left me with no interest in the MegaSoft Pures. Currently working with a Grip and a Zero Medium and very pleased with both. No flashing issues at all with these, only time I have seen flashing issues is with the Opto's.

World Eater 06-02-2016 02:00 PM

Agreed. Grip is where it's at for driving Pures.

I didnt click with the Pure for putting. Needs more spin than I got for my style of putt.

CrowLegs 06-07-2016 10:35 AM

So, I see that Infinite Discs has some normal-stamped GL Pures. When did that happen?

And.... WHEN ARE WE GOING TO GET MOONSHINE PURES????

JC17393 06-07-2016 11:28 AM

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Originally Posted by CrowLegs (Post 3014448)
So, I see that Infinite Discs has some normal-stamped GL Pures. When did that happen?

And.... WHEN ARE WE GOING TO GET MOONSHINE PURES????

Stock GL Pures hit the market two weeks ago.

smarkquart 06-07-2016 03:06 PM

Gold Line Pures are by far and away one of the best discs ever made. I stockpiled them, especially when Dynamic offered the 50% off DyeMax deal around the holidays, but due to their costs, I have always been a little skittish about throwing them. I have already picked up one production run, and just have that one knowing I can get more, I have become far more aggressive throwing them all. That only lowers my score.

Future_Primitive 06-07-2016 03:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CrowLegs (Post 3014448)
And.... WHEN ARE WE GOING TO GET MOONSHINE PURES????

Yes please. :hfive::thmbup:

Would be very interested in some Moonshine Pures.

mattc 06-16-2016 10:03 PM

Just bought a couple zero mega softs.
Kinda playing with them for approach disc that hit and sit.
Seem to pair up well with my x soft zones

bhadella 06-17-2016 10:49 AM

Blueberry Zero Mediums.

http://www.clearwaterdiscgolfstore.c...eberry-edition

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Peter S 06-17-2016 11:45 AM

I use a Zero Medium Pure. I was thinking of adding a Gold Line for tee shots if they are stable. However, have no experience with Lat64. The Gold line looks like Innova Star plastic.

Would Gold line be best compared to Star plastic?

Are Gold Line Pures as stable or more stable than Zero?

Thanks all...

smarkquart 06-17-2016 12:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Peter S (Post 3020965)
I use a Zero Medium Pure. I was thinking of adding a Gold Line for tee shots if they are stable. However, have no experience with Lat64. The Gold line looks like Innova Star plastic.

Would Gold line be best compared to Star plastic?

Are Gold Line Pures as stable or more stable than Zero?

Thanks all...

Optos are the most stable, but not overstable, of the bunch. I would classify Gold Line as neutral, meaning that it will hold any line you put them on. They have a tendency not to flip or turn even at power. If you throw flat, it will go flat. However, if you have an OAT, it will turn.

It may be because they are fresher, but my two production run Gold Lines are a touch more high speed stable than my seven Dye Max Gold Line. Regardless, of all the plastics, Gold Lines are the only ones I have stuck with. I do considered them one of the best discs ever made.


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