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Old 12-27-2017, 05:48 PM
Dcinmd Dcinmd is offline
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Originally Posted by roggenb3 View Post
While sidewalk chalk may work, I think youll find it very difficult to break up. Get colored gym chalk - they are not the same thing.
Wouldn't construction chalk be the easiest most affordable route? I am guessing the Permanent version would be an horrible option and would recommend the Temporary type.

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Disclaimer I have never used it in snow.
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Old 01-02-2018, 08:15 PM
tampora tampora is offline
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Throwing in snowy/icy conditions is great for your form. When your footing is compromised the only way you will get any distance is by throwing the disc CORRECTLY form wise.
Doesn't a portion of "the correct form" mean using friction between your shoes and the ground?

To exacerbate the point, I challenge you to try to drive a disc on glare ice.

Extremely slippery conditions require you to deviate from "the correct form".
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