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Discmania Special Edition Luster C-line FD

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A limited specialty release of Discmania's most popular fairway driver with the extra durable Luster C-line plastic!

The FD flies straight like a midrange, but the exceptional glide gives it extra range without sacrificing any lateral accuracy. So don't let the speed 7 fool you, this disc will fly far.

These Luster FD's are some of the longest flying FD’s made to date. These firm and pearly Luster C-line FD's feature a slightly higher dome than usual, that gives this disc and amazing glide!

These discs represent the 2nd specialty run made with the FD on Luster C-line material. The first run of Luster FD's quickly sold out as Discmania's 10-year anniversary release in late 2016. These 2nd run Lusters were produced in the Fall of 2018 (Late 2018 Run).

You don’t need to put much power behind these babies to achieve a dead straight flight path with lots of forward-penetrating glide. With a little more juice, you’ll be able to shape a very controllable high speed turn out of the Luster C-FD. Those with a lot of power can shape amazing hyzer-flip-to-late-turn lines with this disc.

The Luster C-line plastic just might be Discmania’s most durable plastic blend to date. It has the traditional C-line feel with some added firmness and lots of extra bling, thanks to the pearly finish.

If you are having trouble hitting the fairway with max speed drivers, take a step back, let the glide take you there, and the straight flight will place you in the middle of the fairway.

Good for: Straight fairway drives, turnovers, rollers, for beginners, advanced and pro players alike.

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