On tour, the Epic has been best known for it`s signature overhand pancake two-finger or thumber shot that is essentially thrown like a baseball, very high, so that it does a full 360 degree barrel-roll, finishing upright and flying just like a normal shot. A truly amazing shot that travels over 400 feet in order to complete the maneuver. If you`ve got the power to do a very high overhand shot, you should try this.
From the inventor, Dr. Alan Adler:
The revolutionary, patented epicyclic design of the Aerobie Epic golf disc gives the disc the largest average rim width to reduce drag and produce amazingly long drives. The Epic disc is designed to be adjusted to each individual's throwing style and speed. Properly adjusted or tuned, you will throw it farther than any other disc. A card with tuning instructions comes with each disc. Weight: 166-169 grams. Available in purple, orange, blue, and yellow. Quality made in the U.S.A.
We have one word of caution. You will almost certainly not like your first few throws with an Epic driver. Driving the Epic is like driving a Ferrari. It requires skill, concentration, and experience. If you take the time to test throw and adjust or tune the disc to your throwing speed and style, you will learn to capitalize on the Epic’s patented aerodynamic advantages and make the Epic your farthest flying disc. If you quit after a few throws, you may hate the Epic and wonder what all the excitement is about.