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X-Link Medium Solace

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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: 15265
Ultra Long Range Drivers

Quick Overview

Vibram Rates the Solace as Follows:

  • Massively Overstable Distance Driver

  • Launch Speed: 60 mph

  • Turn: -2

  • Fade: +18




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Regular Price: $18.95

Special Price: $15.95


Superfast, Extremely Overstable Ultra Long Range Driver made by Vibram Disc Golf out of legendary Vibram Rubber.  The X-Link Medium is a good bit grippier than the X-Link Firm.  Made from that famous Vibram Rubber its grippy soft top-plate will really let a thrower sink his claws into this launcher.  Ready to RIP - this thing will handle any wind mother nature throws at it and will maintain a hyzer through just about any kind of over-torque that challenges its stability.

VIBRAMSolace: When you are done fooling around and need some serious control, something that loves the wind, and a disc with consistency that won't buckle, reach for the Solace.

Our most overstable disc to date (and maybe ever!), this disc can handle all the power you give it, will consistently fight any headwind you throw it at, and will have a predictable (and big) fade at the end of its flight.

When you are ready to be in control, reach for the Solace.


Additional Information

Manufacturer Vibram
Plastic X-Link Medium

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