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Vibram 420 Disc Review: Is This Real Life???

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I threw my Vibram 420 tester hard and flat, directly into a 25-30 mph headwind and it never hinted at turning over. It flew straight for about 200 feet and then began a fade for about 30 feet, until it … Continue reading

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Vibram Lace GIVEAWAY Time (11/28/12)

This is a very simple give away. If you share this article on Facebook, like our Facebook status with the link, or retweet our tweet that contains the link I’ll put your name into a hat. Here’s the complicated part: … Continue reading

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“Vibram Lace Pre-Release Disc Review” By: Discy Mack-Goo

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For those of us with no attention span and just want to know how the “Lace” flies, just skip to the last paragraph. I’m about to get wordy… Since it is currently mid November of 2012, and the Vibram Lace … Continue reading

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2012 Vibram Open Summary: Name Dropping Edition

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This past weekend was the 2012 Vibram Open at Maple Hill in Leicester, MA. I played the AM tournament nearby at Hylands and Maple Hill, but had the chance to stay at Charlton Woods Camp Ground (a disc golf mecca … Continue reading

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Rooting for the Unconventional at the 2012 Vibram Open

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The pro’s have started to descend upon Maple Hill in Leicester, MA and our Facebook feeds and Twitter feeds have started to see pictures and flight updates of all the top touring players as they travel out east. They’re the … Continue reading

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The 2012 Vibram Open is Upon Us… this weekend.

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With only 6 National Tour disc golf events in a season, I’m lucky enough to live in a state that hosts one of them. It isn’t just “an” event, it’s “the” event which concludes the tour itself. Looking back, the … Continue reading

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“The Vibram Ascent- Disc Review” By: Jaxon Sheehy

What is the Vibram Ascent all about? Honestly I haven’t decided yet. It is described as a stable fairway driver. To me, this translates as, “YOU WILL NOT THROW THIS VERY FAR, AND YOU WILL NOT TURN IT OVER.” Am … Continue reading