When you’re first on the tee and the wind hits your face, you need something you can trust. The Pioneer is an overstable fairway driver made for reliability and consistency. It has a flat top which makes it a great choice for sidearms. With a good amount of speed and a strong fade it is a versatile tool in any bag.
It is a great complement to the Felon with the same feel in the hand but with less stability. The Convict is perfect for those times when you need a straight disc for most of the shot but have to have some stability at the end of the flight. The Convict can also hold the anhyzer you give it before coming back to flat. This disc allows for you to shape your shots to avoid all of the obstacles that are trying to increase your scores. Throw with conviction. Throw a Convict. Speed: 9 Glide: 4 Turn: -0.5 Fade: 3
$23.00 – $25.00
The Roc3 holds a line in a variety of wind conditions and has a predictable fade, making this an ideal 'Go-To' Mid-Range in almost any situation. Advanced players will love the versatility of this disc while newer players can rely on the consistent finish. The Champion Roc3 is a signature disc of 4x World Champion Paul McBeth.
The Destroyer is a very fast stable long distance driver. This disc is much like a faster Wraith, but with a little more high and low speed stability. Great disc for sidearm throwers and those with lots of power. Can handle headwinds and throws with off axis torque. Not suggested for beginning players.
The Phase is the most overstable discs in MVP's 21.5mm Distance class. Fans of the Photon, Motion, and Resistor will love the power resistance and wind-fighting characteristics that make the Phase perfect for throwing strong lines in any wind condition, with absolute confidence in its overstable finish. Forehanders, big arms, and those facing a windy line will appreciate what the Phase adds to their arsenal of reliable options.
The Westside Tursas is a controllable midrange disc. Designed with the everyday player in mind, the Tursas will make playing disc golf more fun. It should allow you to make a midrange anhyzer while you are learning to play. Great for new players as it has a shallower grip then most mid ranges available on the market. For professional players it makes a great anhyzer midrange. For lower speed arms, it will glide straight for as long as it is in the air. The Tursas comes in VIP, VIP Air, and tournament plastics.