Our 2nd driver is named after the Mexican Free-tailed Bat that is native to our home city of Austin, Texas. The Freetail is a driver that wants you to control it, not power it like the Alpha. Give it an easy flat spin for the best turnover your life, or if you have a bit more power make sure to put a little hyzer on it for a buttery flip up line.
These Sublime Swirl Freetail will not return once they are sold out so get one now while you can!
Flight Ratings: Speed 10, Glide 5, Turn -4, Fade 1
About the plastic: Sublime Swirl 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.
Hyzer flip - yes! Turnover - yes! Roller - yes!! It’s flippy but you can trust it too. Love it.
Cool looking under stable driver
Mint Discs calls this disc a finesse driver. It’s a distance driver. Understandable and varies from plastic to plastic Apex the most under stable than eternal and then sublime in my experience just a little bit of hyzer and you can get a straight flight with a noodle arm. try the lower weights if you can. Max weight discs have their place but are used far to frequently for the average casual player.