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Blizzard plastics are nice when you’re ready to experiment gram weights below the normal champion plastics without dx plastic breakdown. Katana is my preference for most long range (headwind or tail) but they very optimal levels of lift when throwing low regardless of wind. Lightweights can be thrown half power on tail wind. Very dynamic options. This one has taken over some of my T-bird dx duties in this category as well as the normal 160+g duties for my drives in champion plastics. The key on Katana Blizzard plastics is dialing in the weights for the wind conditions as they can be too unstable.
This 130-139 is most exclusively tailwind or maybe no wind. Find the sweet spot of slightly unstable 160’s for one & an alternate 4g+ that is slightly more stable.
This can work with whatever disc you love in Champion plastics. You’ll be amazed at what lighter weight Blizzard Plastics can do for your favorite Champion plastic disc.
Easy way to add distance if you dial in weight/throw.
Probably my favorite disc for a hyzer flip straight distance driver, but you're gonna buy a few before you find that one. Throw them at some trees and leave them in the back window of your car till they hit that sweet spot and they all eventually get there, but when they come straight from the factory that way it quickly becomes your go to distance disc.