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.
The Trak is Vibram’s straight-flying fairway driver. If you’re looking for a disc that will go the distance and keep on course, than look no further than the Vibram. The unique thing about the Trak compared with other drivers is the substance it’s made of. The Track is made from Vibram’s quality X-link blend rubber, making it one of the most durable discs on the market. If you play disc golf in thickly wooded or rocky areas, and have a tendency to trash discs on a regular basis,then the vibram is one you definitely want to consider.
The Ascent is one of the few fairway drivers Vibram has made. The Ascent is an overstable driver, that is a good choice for headwind shots and strategic fades. It has a very slight turn and substantial fade. According to Vibram, if you can throw this disc 56 miles per hour it should turn 4 degrees and then fade back 15 degrees. Like all Vibram discs, the Ascent is made out of quality, durable rubber. There are two variations: X-Link, and X-Link firm. Like the name says, the firm rubber is a little stiffer.