Fightingthetide wrote:Curious to know if anyone on here has thrown a Fuzion Judge. I'm eyeing some with the Glass Blown Open stamp. Any reviews?
And my pink gummy Trespass is really breaking in well and has lost some stability to where it will flip up a little from hyzer. Where it really shines is on uphill shots or slight anhyzers that barely flex back until the end. The same can be said about my clear Lucid Escape, just shorter, less fade, and more glide,
I'd recommend the GBO fusion Judge. I've got a couple 175s. They fly similar paths as my fresh classic firms 175 with a hair more fade, and of course I'd expect them to be more durable. I picked up two slightly used firm judges to start and after three months my driving putter is laser straight with no fade, now my jump/40'+ putter, and my go to classic firm has half the fade of a fresh judge (which isn't much). My plan now is to start driving with the fusion and occasionally drive with the straighter classic firm in hopes of it developing some turn.
So far, classic firms lose LSS faster than HSS, I hope the fusion beats in the same way.
I love the trespass for go far! I've got a well seasoned bio hyzer flipper @169 that is capable of 425-450' for uphill/calm/tailwind only, a slightly seasoned 171 bio for flatish throws with some turn into 10mph headwinds to 400' or flex shots needing some fade around 425'. I just got a new 170 fusion that is as stable as my fresh 175 lucid but with better glide for big hyzers. Lastly, I've got a 167 lucid that I'd like to sell, it goes stable straight into moderate headwinds but doesn't glide as well as my 171 bio and greatly overlaps my 175 lucid renegade and star orc for less than 400' control driver distance.
Once I get more practice with the fusion trespass, I maybe dropping the flippy D1 which flies like my fresh D3 for FH distance as the trespass mold already goes as far with a more controllable smaller rim and better glide.Can anyone compare the Escape to a C-TD/flippy Orc?