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The Discmania C-Line Sky God IV is a stable disc golf approach and putting disc. The Sky God 4 is the fourth disc in the Signature Series of Simon Lizotte. This is the first made with the "new" P2 mold. The stamp features the Egyptian Sky God Horus, arms outstretched and soaring through the air. He carries a club and a curled fist as he screams with an open beak. It's one of the coolest Sky God stamps yet.
The flight path of the P2 is stable with lots of glide and then a long fade at the end of the flight. It's an amazing approach disc and something that you can pull out when you're 50-250 feet from the basket. One of the great things about this disc being in a premium blend of plastic is that you can give it a little bit of extra juice and it won't flip over as easily. Comparing this disc to the Sky God 3 it's going to be stiffer and more overstable.
C Line plastic from Discmania is premium and durable. It's going to have that see through look with plenty of great color options. When you do hit rocks, trees, and metal, the P2 will keep the same overstable flight characteristics as it first had. You can rely on throwing this disc in your bag for years to come.
The Sky God IV is a limited edition disc. Each year a certain number are made and that's it. Get your hands on one of these extremely beautiful discs while you can.