Westside Discs releases two new molds!
The War Horse – 13, 4, 0, 4
The War Horse is Westside Discs’ most overstable driver to date, boasting a 4 fade. This is a thick rim, very stable disc for those big arms out there. This is the perfect disc for tackling strong head winds, or getting big distance with big throws.
To me, I feel as if the Warhorse fits right between the Giant and the Stiletto. It throws how I wanted the Giant to throw, something really overstable, but not so much that it will fade out unless I get everything I have into it. I was consistently getting more distance than I got with my Stiletto and way more consistent finishes than with my Giant. It’s like a mellow or a real beat in Stiletto, something that will no doubt finish with a good fade, but won’t come out of the turn too fast.
– MeyerTech, Infinite Discs Review
The Anvil – 4, 2, 0, 4
The Anvil is a brand new, very overstable mid range disc. Built to have more overstability than the Bard, the Anvil is Westside Discs’ answer to the Dynamic Discs Justice. The bead-less rim feels very comfortable in the hand and makes for a clean release.
Even before the Anvil was released, it was being compared to the Justice from Dynamic Discs. As Westside is part of the Trilogy, this made a decent amount of sense. I own a Justice, and it sits around collecting dust because I have no need for such a beefaroni. It was with trepidation, then, that I picked up an Anvil. Being a total sucker for Westside Discs, I am pleasantly surprised with this disc, and it made the bag straight away!
– BigCountry83, Infinite Discs Review