A little bit of Disc Golf History here. This is one of the 1st ever attempts at dyeing discs back in 1995. DX doesn`t dye well because the pourous plastic absorbs the dye so it fades very quickly. This didn`t stop people from trying though, and some of them came out really nice. This is one that did come out real nice, dyed by a crew in the science lab at the University of Florida in Gainesville.
These were probably the 1st ever large scale attempt to dye discs and the discs were numbered to keep track of the different dye techniques they were experimenting with.
The dye is well faded now but you can still see it was dyed blue,gold and red in a typical tye dye pattern.
The ID # on this one is IC0131 with the letters CED bellow.
It is white 170 grams.
The very 1st "Hi-Tech" disc, the DX Eagle ushered in the modern era of disc golf. When these hit the market they were all the rage. Nothing flew quite like it at the time and they are still great discs.
Brushed silver foil hotstamp.
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