The Discraft Buzzz OS is the more overstable brother to the most popular disc golf disc in the world, the Discraft Buzzz. This new OS frisbee has the same great feel disc golfers have grown to love, with additional stability. The Buzzz OS is ideal for those times when the wind picks. This disc is also an excellent choice for forehand shots that need to fly on a straight line.
Discraft gives the Buzzz OS a stability rating of 1.7. First runs are being produced in ultra durable Elite Z plastic. Discraft describes the Buzzz OS this way,
“It’s more overstable than a Wasp, much less than a Drone. And Buzzz OS feels like a Buzzz in your hand, lending a familiar confidence that adds up to success when the final score is tallied.”
The Mortar is a Hyzer Bomb mid-range available in a variety of plastic blends. The flat top on this disc makes it overstably predictable in all windy conditions. The Hyzer Bomb Mortar is one over stable mid-range power throwers are going to really like.
The new MD3 is a fast stable mid-range that performs well in all weather conditions. This disc was designed for the player who prefers to have more power in his shots. As such this disc was made to handle hard shots. It won’t flip over and the flight will always end with a fade. This new mid-range is more overstable than its brother the MD2.
The MD3 is available in the popular Jolley Launcher version of C-Line plastic. This plastic looks and flys great.
Innova claims that the Shark3 is “faster and sleeker than the original Shark, the Shark3 is a stable mid-range designed to attack the fairways. This predictable shot shaper features a smooth rim and consistent release. Rescue long approaches and circle the pin with the Champion Shark3.
Unlike the original Shark, which is available only in DX plastic, the Shark3 is available in Innova’s new blend of Champion plastic, which has a slightly more grip and is also a highly translucent and bright color.
The new Tensor by MVP is an overstable mid-range disc designed to withstand the power of the strongest shots. This mid-range driver flies well in winds and offers excellent gliding for an overstable mid-range. Though the flight path of the Tensor is very similar to the Vector, it has an entirely different feel to it.
The Mace is the newest mid-range in the Latitude 64 line. This is an overstable mid that can handle big arms, but can still be controlled by less powerful disc golfers. Latitude 64 says that they took the best of all their previous mid-range molds to form the Mace, and that it is the perfect disc for a one disc tourney.
The Prodigy M1 is an overstable reliable mid-range that is perfect for powerful throwers who don’t want their disc flipping over. This is a consistent and reliable flier even in the trickiest wind conditions.
This disc is one of gateways slightly overstable mid-range disc with a wide diameter. It is less stable than the Warrior, but more overstable than the Element. This is a great disc for windy conditions and side arm 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.