One of my favorite discs in my bag is the XS. It’s an excellent beginner driver. I recommend the Elite X version for beginners, as it is a little less overstable than the Elite Z version. I use an Elite X plastic XS.
It’s a very easily driver to control. It has a very slight helix at lower speeds, and is very straight with a shallow fade at higher speeds.
I like to use this disc for straight drives as well as forehand control shots.
The XS is the first disc I broke 200 feet with, and it’s just a great all-round driver. It even flies into light headwinds with out turning over super hard. I lost my first XS in a pond, and I loved it so much that I had to buy another one.
Need a straight flying disc with big D? Look no further than the Discraft XS.
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XS is a slower driver with good control and glide. Nice first move-up driver and seasoned turn-over disc. The Pro’s are saying this about the XS:
“The XS used to be my favorite driver for sure. I still have a beat up XS for a roller that will flip extremely quickly. They are not normally flippy rollers out of the box so you can pick up a lot of distance with them and as they get beat up they flip a bit faster.”
“Great disc for rolling, slow turnovers and straight shots. Good disc for beginners and pros alike. Although most pros seem to use them mainly for rollers, I like the flight path; the XS flies controlled, slow, easy to stand up and they hold a straight line. If you don’t have a rocket arm, you’re an excellent candidate to master the XS.”
“I can make it do some crazy stuff. Thumbers, rollers, get out of trouble shots and a whole lot more. I recommend everyone have a disc like this.”
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