WILL SCHUSTERICK CORE TEAM H3 V2 RELEASES OCTOBER 11
We thought United States Disc Golf Championship week was a great time to announce our next Core Team Series release. Three-time USDGC Champion, Will Schusterick, found love at first throw with the H3 V2 and is sure players of all skill levels will too once they grab one in our firm, durable, and grippy 750 plastic. They are even more irresistible with the colorful swirls of our stunning Spectrum Line. With speed and glide, this straight-flyer is an instant candidate to be your perfect match. Support Will’s touring efforts by picking one up in our shop or through an authorized Prodigy dealer starting in October.
The H3 V2 is stable to slightly overstable, depending on the thrower’s power, and has an upgraded shape from the original H3, with a slightly shallower rim depth, offering an easier grip, and an updated outside rim that allows for a consistent, yet faster flight with more glide for dependable flight in all conditions.
750 Plastic is similar in grip and texture to our 400 series but with a firmer feel. This plastic will provide outstanding performance and predictability. It is extremely durable, with stiffness in the rim that allows for the rigidity to hold up even in the hottest points throughout the year.
Prodigy Spectrum Line discs feature our proprietary processing technique to produce a myriad of beautiful color combinations and patterns; each unique, and every one more amazing than the last.
MSRP: $21.00 USD
Weights: 170 - 176 grams
AVAILABLE OCT. 11, 2018
A WORD FROM WILL
“I am a huge fan of a slight hyzer release when it comes to my drives, and the H3 V2 is perfect for those shots. I have always felt more accurate and stronger in that type of release angle through my entire career. The H3 V2 can fit into anybody’s bag, no matter the arm speed, and works just as well on a sidearm. Growing up in Tennessee and dealing with hot, humid conditions, you have to have some stiffer plastic to make up for such extreme conditions. The 750 plastic is great for hot weather, consistent grip in those temperatures, and getting birdies all over the course.”- Will Schusterick