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Mint Discs Sublime Bobcat

Mint Discs Sublime Bobcat

Speed: 5 | Glide 5 | Turn: 0 | Fade: 2.5
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Bobcat – The newest disc from Mint Discs, this is their second disc they have released, the first being the very popular Alpha. The Bobcat is a really flat midrange that is supposed to be a straight, stable flyer. It has a great beadless feel in the hand and comes in 3 different plastics. Mint plastic fans will love to have a new go to midrange in their bag.

It is a disc that can handle lots of shot shapes and will be able to tear up woods and open courses alike. We love the way this disc and plastic feels. We will get a test video of it out soon so you can all see how it flies for us. This disc is sure to be a mainstay in many peoples bags as Mint has developed a cult like following after the Alpha. Test it out and see how it flies yourself. The Mint Discs Bobcat is going to be a great slower compliment to the alpha, using it on a similar flight path but with less distance.

Flight Ratings: Speed 5, Glide 5, Turn 0, Fade 2.5

About the plastic: Sublime plastic is the equivalent to MVP's Plasma, as these are produced in the same factory. Great feel in the hand, with a metallic-like sheen over the top of the core plastic. It is a semi-gummy & grippy blend with a little flex. Extremely durable and sometimes has some color-shift with some colors.

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Great Utility Mid

The Bobcat has greatly helped my scramble game for tough up-shots in the woods.It offers great utility that includes backhand and forehand shots that just seem to end up getting you close to the target.It's overstable,very substantial in the hand and always settles on my jump-putts.I like Mint discs so far,will try more molds.