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Vibram Ascent X-Link Medium

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MSRP: $19.99

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $18.95

Special Price: $15.95

Regular Price: $18.95

Special Price: $15.95

SKU: 12277
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Regular Price: $18.95

Special Price: $15.95

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Overstable Fairway Driver made in stiff durable high-quality Vibram Rubber Blend.  The Ascent is very consistent in flight and handles a wind extremely well.  Perfect for those must-have placement shots.

The Medium X-Link rubber blend makes this Ascent somewhat softer and grippier than the Ascent Firm.

An Over-Achieving Stroke-Saver!

Vibram-

Vibram Disc Golf is proud to present our first driver. The Ascent. According to the Vibram Disc Golf dictionary, the Ascent is the disc you reach for right before you reach the Ridge or Summit. Pretty fitting, eh? Speed comes to Vibram.

Speed: 56
Distance: 460
Fade:   15
Turn:   4

SPEED: This number is the ideal MPH launch speed. The Distance is the estimated distance of a throw at this speed.
FADE: This number (from 0-30) is the relative amount of fade to expect at the end of the flight.
TURN: This number (from 0-30) is the relative amount of turn to expect at the beginning of the flight.

Weight ranges from 165 to 175 grams.

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Customer Reviews

Cody Vincent Review by Cody Vincent
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I picked up an Ascent from a local disc golf retailer and enjoyed the disc greatly before losing it. It proved to be excellent on open and hyzer holes for me throwing rhbh. The disc has an excellent grip and flew great. (Posted on 10/11/12)
Nicholas Ribera Review by Nicholas Ribera
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I picked up this disc from the used pile at the Clearwater store. I thought it would be fun. It had a very noticeably reliable line, keeping slight anhyzer for about 90% of it's flight and the same for hyzers, but I couldn't really get any distance on it. I ended up treating it as midrange disc because of it's reliability and it's low glide and heavy drop (no skipping or rolling).A month went by and my driving really improved. With that, today I decided to try it out as driver. Imagine my surprise when it turned out to be the farthest flying disc in my bag. It still hold the same line you give it- this can be a blessing and a curse. If you don't have that perfectly flat release, the disc will significantly move in the direction of your hyzer/anhyzer, so make sure to not put too much power into it, unless you know exactly what you're doing. I've also noticed way more glide in it than I had before- this goes really far, and doesn't shift too much with wind currents either. Plus, it doesn't fly high as some discs with more lift do, it keeps it's even low line for almost all of it's flight.This is now my favorite driver, and it still makes a formidable mid-range. I'm hoping to now buy one at a slightly lower weight, since this one is above my preferred weight (it's 172 but I usually throw 167) to see how much distance I should be seeing with this disc.Buy one and make sure you give it time to get acquainted with the disc. You won't reget it. (Posted on 10/5/12)

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