Submitted by Mike Muggli firstname.lastname@example.org
Level: Adv. Am
Avg Drive: 325
Disc Weights: 170-172
Review: The Crush is a typical wide-rimmed small diameter, overstable driver. Discraft lists it as a stability of 1.8, which puts it in between an XS and a Predator- usually it's perfect for me, and I've been throwing Crushes in Z plastic for some time now. I "regressed" so to speak, going to the Pro-D plastic when they came out, in order to try and add a little more distance. Strangely enough, where most discs are longer in the basic plastic, this one seems to be more stable and not as long as the Z version. It's very sticky, so perhaps grip issues are happening here. It will start curving left as soon as it leaves my hand, and hit the dirt way too soon. I can generally get 300' or more on my Z Crush, but the Pro-D version is at least 50' less.
Submitted by Jacob Eubanks Jacobpaul81@hotmail.com
Disc Weights: 170
Review: The Discraft Crush shares a similar flight pattern with the Innova Beast. I throw Right:backhand and sidearm. The Crush flies at a very high speed, with a great deal of early turn, before a sharp reverse fade. This disc like the beast, is a pure "S" curve disc, which can be used in a multitude of situations, from driving, to Mid-range play. In the Pro-D plastic, I've found the disc to be much easier to handle, flying farther, and easier to grip. I would strongly recommend this as a "Starter" disc. It much like the beast, is a disc that will train a player early on to use proper technique, and will remain a consistent driver in the AM to Pro players bag.
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