This is the icon - the P2 - reinvented. For over a decade the P2 has been the gold standard of putters. Discmania wanted to take that standard and take it to a level that is unmatched in disc golf.
S-Line P2 is going to have a higher tolerance for daily wear and tear out on the course and is generally a bit more overstable or torque resistant compared to its D-Line counterparts, making it an excellent choice for putter throws off the tee or to the green.
Flight Ratings: Speed 2, Glide 3, Turn 0, Fade 1
About the plastic: Discmania’s S-Line has excellent grip in all weather conditions and good durability. Discs in this plastic won’t drastically change in flight after colliding with a few trees. This is the swirliest and prettiest plastic that Discmania makes of their stock runs.
I've been throwing D Line P2's for about 6 or 7 years and they ultimately became my throwing putters as well - each one as reliable as the last whether out of the box or well-seasoned. However, somewhere between 30 and 50 rounds, they gradually begin to lose some integrity and eventually lose their fade completely. The S Line, out of the box, feels a little more solid and sleek, but throws perfectly as the P2 has always done for me. It has a tiny bit of fade at the end of a long throw and after about 25 or so rounds, feels and throws just as good as Day 1, with not even a hint of it losing that fade as of yet. I think it's gonna be a solid thrower for well longer than my D lines were. It's indeed the best putter I've ever had.
This p2 feels so nice and grippy in the hand. Perfect release every time.