Last week, we ran our review of Vibram’s newest disc, the Lace.
The disc is the first long-distance driver released by the company.
And the winner of this disc is…?
In conjunction with the review, we also were giving away the disc used by P.J. Harmer — a 173 gram beauty.
Between the comments on the website and the re-tweets, we received more than 50 entries for this disc. That’s awesome, especially knowing somebody is going to be lucky enough to own this disc!
There were some great comments about Vibram and its line of discs on the original post, so I’d encourage you to go back and check out those. If you haven’t already, go check out our unbiased review. We give a different look than most reviews, offering an objective look from the eyes of two players of vastly different levels.
Anyway, enough of the blabbing.
By P.J. Harmer and Jack Trageser — Rattling Chains staff
Vibram has taken its next step in the disc golf market.
After months of anticipation, the Lace — Vibram’s first long-distance driver — was released to the public Nov. 23, or Black Friday as many refer to the day after Thanksgiving in the United States.
Reviews from around the Internet seem to be extremely positive for the new disc, which Vibram says is a stable driver.
When you get to Jack Trageser’s part of this review, you’ll get a more in-depth feel about the disc and what it can do for somebody with a stronger arm and with more ability to do what he wants with the disc.
My part is going to talk about the disc from the vantage point of a light-armed thrower and one who doesn’t have a lot of control over a disc.
Allow me to note I’m a Vibram user. The Ibex is one of my best discs as I can actually get it to (usually) do what I want. I also putt with a Summit and, in the past, I’ve carried and used a Trak, V.P. and Ascent. So it’s safe to say I like Vibram’s products.