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 Ridge is one of the best disc golf putters made, regardless of manufacturer. This is a straight flying, accurate disc that comes equipped with an excellent disc. If you’re looking to make more putts, then the ridge is one you want to consider. Like all Vibram discs, the Ridge is available in high quality, ultra-durable rubber. This is a putter that will last for years to come.
Vibram makes great putters, and the Summit is no exception. Unlike the Ridge and V.P., the Summit is an understable putter that possesses more turn than fade. If you threw the Summit at 40 miles per hour with a backhand throw, it would turn to the right 12 degrees and then fade back to the left 5 degrees. For the average golfer, this is a straight-flying disc that has very little fade et the end of it’s flight. The Summit is a great putter disc for beginners.
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Summit Quick Stats
Disc Width: 21.1cm (97.41% of average)
Disc Height: 1.9cm (94.67% of average)
Interior Rim Height: 1.2cm (101.95% of average)
Rim Width: 0.9cm (61.52% of average)
Available Weights (X-Link, X-Link Soft, X-Link Firm): 167-175g
The V.P. is another outstanding putter in the Vibram lineup. Unlike the Summit and Ridge, this is an overstable disc. You will undoubtedly notice this discs hooking fade on long shots. If you were to throw the V.P. at 60 miles per hour, this disc would turn just 2 degrees, then fade 24 degrees. Because the V.P. is overstable, this is a good approach disc for throwing into headwinds, and for power throwers needing a disc for short drives. For short putts, all players will find success with this durable, quality built, golf disc.