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The Discmania Neo Method is an overstable high glide midrange from the Evolution line. It's got a small bead on the rim and has a rounded top. It's a great choice for those shots from 100-300 feet where you want something to fly flat and then hook up and hyzer slowly. The colors are vibrant
The flight path of the Method is overstable, which makes it great for reliable flight patterns and for throwing forehand or backhand. It's got plenty of glide so be sure to throw this disc with the understanding that it's going to take some time getting to the ground. This mid won't flip over on you, so don't be afraid to really juice it and enjoy the long flight with that stable fade. If you're a woods player you'll need something that can hyzer the whole time without being too high speed. The Method can be used for soft flex shots, but isn't much of a touch shot disc. It's designed to handle power and give you long level flights.
Neo plastic from Discmania is one of their most durable blend plastics for their discs. It's going to be even more overstable than other premium blends. You'll beat this disc in for years and it will still have the original flight characteristics.
The Method is perfect for your stable mid needs. It's perfect for driving off the tee on short par 3's. Excellent for highly technical hyzers that turn the whole time. And it's got great durability to keep that flight path even if you play rugged wooded courses regularly. Snag one of these Method's today and improve your short game.