PLASTIC TYPES

FLIGHT PATH

DISC OVERVIEW

When the Predator finishes with its prey, the Vulture comes in to play. The Vulture is described as a well seasoned Predator, with less overstability and more glide. The Vulture is predictable in wind and a great long range placement driver. Pros will appreciate the shot shaping ability of this driver while less experienced players will find a consistent, predictable flight. Here's what the disc can do: Expect extra glide whether you're throwing backhand or sidearm, and a consistent fade into your target. A medium rim gives you more control and excellent hand-feel. Rip it with brute force to easily manage upwind shots. Plus it holds an almost perfect line on big throws.

SPECIFICATIONS

Status:

Distance Driver

Speed:

10

Glide:

5

Turn:

0

Fade:

2

In production

Class:

1.7

Stability:

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Austin Turner, Team Discraft

Esp AT vulture. I’ve never had a disc that I can do almost anything with until this was put in my hands. It has a cery comfortable rim, (10 speed), it’s fast for a fairway driver so you can get a great amount of glide, and honestly, I can almost throw them as far as my forces. It’s easily the most consistent disc I have ever thrown and I will never take it out of the bag. I love using itainly for flat shots that I want to flip just slightly, get some turn, and then get a very predictable hyzer finish at the end. Range from 280-430

Terry Rothlisberger, Team Discraft

ESP Vulture. Slightly stable and I can mash on it and it won’t flip on me.

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Vulture