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Old 01-02-2018, 03:31 PM
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The older fairways didn't fly well, for me. The Trak, for example, was something that I viewed as more of a mid. When the new fairways appeared (and I figured out the first Valley I had was a lemon), I carried a Vamp, a Valley, and an Arch and found them all to work better than the older models.

And thinking about it now, I think I need to put together an all-Vibram bag for cold weather. Ridge, Ibex, Vamp, Valley, Arch, Lace, UnLace, all in medium or soft.
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Old 01-02-2018, 03:54 PM
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The older fairways didn't fly well, for me. The Trak, for example, was something that I viewed as more of a mid. When the new fairways appeared (and I figured out the first Valley I had was a lemon), I carried a Vamp, a Valley, and an Arch and found them all to work better than the older models.

And thinking about it now, I think I need to put together an all-Vibram bag for cold weather. Ridge, Ibex, Vamp, Valley, Arch, Lace, UnLace, all in medium or soft.
Apsh, Trak is the best of the bunch. OOP'ing the Trak is what turned me away from Vibram (besides still using Soles to putt).
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Apsh, Trak is the best of the bunch. OOP'ing the Trak is what turned me away from Vibram (besides still using Soles to putt).
I also liked the Trak. Arch seems like a needless renaming of what is pretty much the same disc.
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Was at a local PIAS the other day and they had some Vibram for cheap. Ended up getting a Crag and Ascent, mostly to just hang on the wall and remember Vibram by bit of course I had to throw them and see if I had missed anything.

The Ascent is a pretty standard long fairway/short control driver for some turn some fade and is overall not extremely special but very useable.

The Crag however is very interesting. It’s like a Harpish slow mid/ approach disc with this weird high wing and shoulder, fairly deep, and for hit and stick approaches inside 250 it’s really accurate and realizable. It’s got a downright funky feel but throws really well.
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Digging this thread up because Im curious if these Vibram putters are worth anything.

I was going through my stash and found these two Ridges. The red one is a 176g and the one with the skull is a 175. The red one was used for maybe two or three rounds and the skull one was likely thrown a few times in a field. Unfortunately, both are inked.

Thinking of thinning out a chunk of discs that I dont throw but didnt want to over or under price these things.

Any idea where I should price these things?



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Digging this thread up because Im curious if these Vibram putters are worth anything.

I was going through my stash and found these two Ridges. The red one is a 176g and the one with the skull is a 175. The red one was used for maybe two or three rounds and the skull one was likely thrown a few times in a field. Unfortunately, both are inked.

Thinking of thinning out a chunk of discs that I dont throw but didnt want to over or under price these things.

Any idea where I should price these things?



Ive seen them in the $20-30 Range, but you might get more than that on Facebook. I dont mess with that though.
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Both are standard Granite runs, not really collectible or valuable besides being obsolete.

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