Vibram is a large company that is best known for their quality rubber soles. From 2010-2017 Vibram also produced disc golf discs, but this segment of the Vibram company was discontinued in 2018. Vibram had some very popular selling discs and many loyal fans who were very disappointed by this announcement.
The Launch is a stable, straight-flying mid-range from Vibram that will help beginners and slower arms gain confidence. When thrown with speed, this disc can handle head winds and gives a predictable turn at the end of it’s flight. Tail winds can take this disc a long way and give it a straighter flight path. Players with good arm speed and control will love this disc on tighter, wooded shots that have lower ceilings and when they want to throw a shot on the b-line. The launch feels great in your hand and will prove itself worthy of a place in your arsenal.
The Crag is Vibram’s most overstable mid-range to date. The Crag will give more turn the harder you throw! The rim is a unique shape. The rim is deep, as well as steep, thus allowing it to handle lots of snaps.
The Vibram Vamp is an easy to throw understable Fairway Driver. With enough speed the Vamp has amazing glide and turn that will stretch your distance to the max, especially in lighter weights for those players with limited power.
The Vibram Arch is described as a slightly slower Lace. Vibram says, “We took the amazing qualities of the Lace wing and applied them to a smaller, easier to hold (especially for smaller hands) fairway wing. The Arch offers amazing glide for a stable to overstable fairway driver. Fast, great glide and easy handling make this a go-to disc straight out of the box.” The Lace is Vibram’s best selling disc, so the Arch has a high likely hood of becoming a fan favorite.
The Vibram unLace is the understable brother of the popular Lace. Like the Lace, this is a comfortable max distance driver with some incredible glide to it. The unLace will provide the extreme distance for the less experienced players, and it is described as the perfect first driver. The unLace has the same wing length as the traditional Lace and it is slightly taller. Like all Vibram discs, the unLace was available in the highly durable X-Link rubber.
The oLace is Vibrams answer for players looking for an overstable distance driver that is good for forehand and overhand shots. The oLace should be more consistent than the regular Lace, and performs better in windy conditions. It has similar dimensions to the LACE but comes with a slightly thinner rim and slimmer profile.
Like the Lace, the Vibram Solace is a wide rimmed distance driver with a 2.4cm wing. This disc has the same diameter and rim depth, but is slightly thinner than the popular Lace. For many Vibram Fans, there is a Vibram hole in the bag as the O-Lace is just not overstable enough. The Solace should fill this gap. The overstability allows it to perform well for powerful forehand drives and overhand shots.
The Vibram is an overstable mid-range made with quality Vibram X-link rubber. This disc provides a smooth release and can handle powerful shots into headwinds. Vibram if this disc is thrown at 56 miles per hour it will fly for 380 feet. Most disc golfers don’t throw this fast. The reviewers at Inbounds disc golf have estimated that the typical average experienced player will throw this disc around 300 feet, with 56% low speed fade.
The Sole is the newest Vibram putter available in X-Link rubbers. Unlike the other Vibram putters with flat tops, the sole has a more traditional domed top. While Vibram’s other putters are known for their driving abilities, the Sole is the putting putter, and the one you’re going to want in your arsenal for short shots into the chains. For longer approach shots, the Sole is slightly overstable and isn’t going to turn. It’s a straight flyer with a consistent end of flight fade. Like all Vibram discs, durability is one of the Sole’s biggest advantage to other discs. The X-Link compound has an unmatched life span in terms of disc quality. These discs handle intense beatings and still maintain their flight path so you will not be let down. The Vibram Sole disc is available in weights from 150-175 grams.
The Vibram Lace was the first distance driver released by Vibram, and is one of the fastest, straightest flying high speed drivers that was on the market. According to information from inBounds Disc Golf, this disc is supposedly, the farthest flying disc on the market.