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Dynamic Discs Ricky Wysocki Lucid-X Chameleon Sockibomb Slammer

Dynamic Discs Ricky Wysocki Lucid-X Chameleon Sockibomb Slammer

Speed: 3 | Glide 1 | Turn: 0.5 | Fade: 4
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The Sockibomb Slammer is the first new mold in 2x Ricky Wysocki's Sockibomb lineup.

The Sockibomb Slammer is an all new mold based on the grip of the original Dynamic Discs Slammer and the consistency Ricky Wysocki loves in the Westside Discs Harp. The dependability of the Sockibomb Slammer is a must have for players of all skill levels and arm speeds. It is a super overstable throwing putter that can be thrown both backhand and forehand with a predictable finish every time, even into a strong headwind. It was created in collaboration with 2x World Champion Ricky Wysocki and is here to improve your approach game.

Flight Ratings: Speed 3, Glide 1, Turn 0.5, Fade 4.

About the plastic: Lucid-X is a premium blend of plastics that provides a stiffer feel, increased durability, and more overstable flights compared to regular Lucid.

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Delaney Council
So over stable it’s glorious!

Love the lucid slammer. Reliable over stablilty that lasts!

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Garret
Very overstable.

I had a base plastic version that beat in quick and I lost what I loved about this disc. This version is super overstable. Very nice for forehand flex lines.

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H.M.
Confused about name and art choice

Google “Reptilian disc golf Chameleon”. Same name, very similar artwork (though this art is more detailed), but totally different disc with very different flight numbers. Homage of some sort?