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Old 08-14-2018, 10:41 AM
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im waiting for Axiom to release theirs, i really think a slightly more OS vector without a bead will be awesome.
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Old 08-16-2018, 06:19 PM
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im waiting for Axiom to release theirs, i really think a slightly more OS vector without a bead will be awesome.
I call that a Mortar.

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Old 08-17-2018, 10:43 AM
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Gotta hop on that OS mid gravy train. Clearly people are buying these discs if every company is rushing to make one, but I gotta wonder if Streamline is a little late to the party. I'm interested to watch some reviews of the Runway, but I can't imagine myself buying one since I just got an OS mid from another company. I imagine lots of other people are in the same boat if they bought an Anvil, Rat, Gator3, or Deflector.
Agreed - but what EVERY COMPANY NEEDS IS a ZONE -- and discraft really is the ONLY one that makes a Zone or Zone-like disc ---- Prodigy attempted with the A1 and A2 but I don't like them as much --- the Zone is perfect and if there is a Gyro Zone - IE more OS Envy (no NOT the particle)

if they did that instead of the Runway it would have been a smarter move

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Old 08-20-2018, 07:19 PM
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Agreed - but what EVERY COMPANY NEEDS IS a ZONE -- and discraft really is the ONLY one that makes a Zone or Zone-like disc ---- Prodigy attempted with the A1 and A2 but I don't like them as much --- the Zone is perfect and if there is a Gyro Zone - IE more OS Envy (no NOT the particle)

if they did that instead of the Runway it would have been a smarter move
I agree, critically good class of discs that get less love. I think many have tried, but not quite got it right. FWIW, I do like the A1/A2 a lot. A1 has got a bit of a magic combo of fast Zone/slow Justice going that I like. I find it even slightly more OS than the Zone. Prodiscus Jokeri is overlooked in this slot as well - I consider than a Zone light. Perhaps a half speed faster, longer and straighter, but still OS. After bagging those two, the Zone got worked out of rotation. I like having that resolution down at that speed to choose from.

Any longer than those two on beef lines, I just power down on a Felon. Which doesn't leave much of a hole for Runway in my bag, coming full circle...

Seems like an M1/Verdict competitor. Glad to see more from Streamline though - can't argue with the quality and price.
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Old 12-23-2018, 11:52 PM
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2 rounds in and I'm liking it. It's not Deflector overstable (thankfully) but it's overstable enough to sit left of that crowded moderately overstable mid category like Emac Truth, Wasp, etc. It's more Quake level overstable. It just feels really good in the hand IMO and I was hitting hyzers through the woods with ease. If the Vector or N Matrix aren't beefy enough and the Tensor feels terrible to you, check it out. Actually, a domey 1st run Vector is really close to what it flies like, just feels better.

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Old 12-24-2018, 02:32 PM
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Mine hasn’t left my bag since it was released, and it’s becoming one of my most reliable discs. For me it has the perfect amount of glide: low enough to have that trusty dumping fade that you’d expect from an OS mid, but high enough that I get some nice distance before it fights out of an anhyzer. Great disc.
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Old 02-17-2019, 01:01 AM
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Got to handle a friends runway today (no throwing, though). I like the feel. I really like the smaller diameter, also. So, the disc has piqued my interest.

I am on a never ending quest to find a disc that will help me consolidate: from a Verdict and Zone to one disc.

I was wondering, with the smaller diameter, if the runway may be a contender in this... quest. Thiughts/opinions? I push 375/400 with a trespass, and continue to try to get to a mold minimalized state. Thanks!
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