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Old 01-23-2021, 07:28 AM
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Originally Posted by dmoore1998 View Post
So along those lines, is GStar going to be trash when it gets warm? Or is it fine and just not quite as durable?
I never had problems with Star/Gstar durability, far better than ordinary DX plastic. But I got tired of losing nearly $16-20 discs vs $8-9 ones. They also never seem to break in (get more understable), which can be good or bad depending on player and disc. I also just like the tactile feel of dx/champion better.

My leopard driver and mako (sharks) are star/gstar that I'm sticking with but my Buzz/Rocs are champion and Dx and my putters are cheap plastic I would never get those specific ones in star again. If I'm expecting the disc to smack hard against trees like with hit-the-gap drives, star/gstar is good for withstanding that. If I want understability or needing a personal tactile touch for like short accurate throws/putts, I go for cheaper plastic.

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