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Old 09-06-2019, 08:12 PM
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IDK about that. I'd buy some for sure.
But I'd be more excited by Innova XT Comets or Gateway Sur-Grip Comets.
I'll see your Sur-Grip Comets and raise you Eraser Comets.

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Old 09-06-2019, 08:58 PM
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Have you tried the big z comet? To me they are really grippy but that may just be me.
Heh heh, yes. I pretty much own and have thrown every Comet. I do like Big Z and they are "grippy" in summer but I play year round and they aren't grippy enough in winter.

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Old 09-06-2019, 09:04 PM
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I feel like the comet is such a large-diameter thin-rim disc that a GStar type plastic would be so floppy it would feel like trying to throw a pancake.

But yes a Sure-Grip comet would be $$$
True, but flatter is usually more understable for Comets. Jawbreaker is flat . . . almost has a puddle top when new . . . and is the most understable Comet I've thrown when new. I'd love it if Gstar or ESP FLX would mold up the same but be more durable.

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Just wanted to come here to vent. I lost my favorite comet today, a domey 169g big z. Threw it on a monster 400’ downhill hole and once it cleared the gap and got out into the open it started turning and probably glided 200+ feet the right into a giant ravine. Re teed and threw a roc3 afterwards and it did the same thing. Once I walked down there I realized there was a ripping headwind.

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Just wanted to come here to vent. I lost my favorite comet today, a domey 169g big z. Threw it on a monster 400’ downhill hole and once it cleared the gap and got out into the open it started turning and probably glided 200+ feet the right into a giant ravine. Re teed and threw a roc3 afterwards and it did the same thing. Once I walked down there I realized there was a ripping headwind.
Kinda hate to nice this but it made me laugh. Glidey sumbeeches, huh?
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I enjoy throwing Comets. It is my favorite US midrange.
When my hyzerflip pures a line, I think to myself "yes".
When it flips too much and glides 200' god knows where to the right, I think to myself "no".

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Old Yesterday, 10:43 PM
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I enjoy throwing Comets. It is my favorite US midrange.
When my hyzerflip pures a line, I think to myself "yes".
When it flips too much and glides 200' god knows where to the right, I think to myself "no".
I have no idea what you’re talking about.

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Just stopped by to share some Comet appreciation.
I like JB, Big Z & OG ESP

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