Prodigy D2 Pro 500 Plastic - Mike Dyes

Stability: Overstable
Flight Numbers: 9 | 4 | -0.5 | 3
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Weight: 170 - 174 g
Color: Dyed
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Description

The D2 Pro is a very overstable, high-speed distance driver. The slimmer profile gives it a similar feel in the hand to the D2 Max, but the D2 Pro significantly cranks up the overstability. Players will be able to count on a hard finish, and those with higher arm speeds and more power can get a similar flight to the D2, but with slightly less glide and a stronger fade.

These discs are uniquely dyed by Michael Kirchner the owner of Mike Dyes, and each disc has its own unique vibrant color along with a bottom stamp! Check out Mike Dyes on Instagram here.

Stamp color may vary. Shade of disc color may vary.

The D2 Pro is a very overstable, high-speed distance driver. The slimmer profile gives it a similar feel in the hand to the D2 Max, but the D2 Pro significantly cranks up the overstability. Players will be able to count on a hard finish, and those with higher arm speeds and more power can get a similar flight to the D2, but with slightly less glide and a stronger fade.

500 Plastic has been in development for quite some time, formulated and based on carefully considered player feedback. It has a stiffer, less gummy feel than 400 Plastic. This provides an extremely confident grip on the flight plate, balancing just the right amount of flex and firmness, with a very solid feeling rim that we believe disc golfers are going to love. 500 Plastic has a uniquely pearlescent finish, unlike anything else in the Prodigy Disc plastic line.

  • Diameter: 21.1cm
  • Height: 1.6cm
  • Rim Depth: 1.2cm
  • Rim Width: 2.0cm
  • Min Weight: 170g
  • Max Weight: 175g
  • Stability: Overstable

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Colby

Seriously? New people to the sport wants a simple exclamation not some bullshit about your “D2” no one knows what that is. Quit being kooks and just give an easy description on how the disc moves. We all get you we’re all picked on and have to make it complicated for new people to understand so you feel better. Peace.

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