Premium Plastic, Lower Weights, Longer Distances, Less Effort!
We’ve made many new advancements throughout Disc Golf history. This one is a milestone. Our new Blizzard technology incorporates thousands of microbubbles into our durable Champion plastic. This results in high speed, premium plastic drivers in weights all the way down to 130 grams! Testing indicates that models under 140 grams are light enough to float in water!
Four Models Debuting
We have four of our hottest drivers in premium plastic available for the first time in low weights!
David Wiggins Jr. Reviews Blizzard Champion DiscsDavid Wiggins Jr. – 2010 Amateur World Champion & Distance Record Holder recently tested Blizzard Discs and had this to say:
I love the new Blizzard technology discs! I recently went to New Mexico and thoroughly tested them side by side with other discs at various elevations and wind speeds. The new Blizzard discs came out on top. My best throws were with a 150g Blizzard Champion Boss (828ft)* and a 150g Blizzard Champion Katana (813ft).
From what I’ve observed, the Blizzard discs fly with almost the same stability as the equivalent model 20 grams heavier. They feel and throw like heavier discs than they actually are. This allows for much longer throws, especially in the right conditions.
I’ve tested the new Blizzard discs in weights ranging from 130g to 155g and can honestly say that these are going to add distance to many disc golfers’ games. From the average player to the experienced pro, everyone can benefit from Blizzard Champion Discs.
*828 feet would be a new World Record if thrown in a sanctioned distance event.
Blizzard technology is an exciting breakthrough that allows us to make our high speed Champion drivers in weights lower than ever before. In order to achieve these low weights, our durable Champion plastic is infused with microbubbles. The result looks like carbonation throughout the disc. Our testing has shown Blizzard Champion material is just as impact resistant as Champion material. However, it does seem to be more susceptible to scuffs and abrasions.