The illustrated disc flight line is based on the manufacturer field testing results, during its development process. So, to level the playing field we chose to put a different spin on things for such visual illustrations. Sticking to the manufacturer's test results will offer you a good baseline for how that particular disc will fly.
The Discraft ESP Hades is an understable high speed distance driver. This is what you'll want to use for wide open bombing shots where you have room to S curve for max distance. It's a great choice for hyzer flips if you're looking for a controlled long distance shot in the woods. It's a great choice when it gets flippy after a few seasons for rollers.
The Hades flight path is going to have early turn in the flight with a lot of glide. This disc wants to stay airborne for a long time. It's perfect for long distance bombs with huge turn and a long forward glide and slow fade. This is going to be the disc that gets huge distance if you're regularly exceeding 300 feet. Throw this forehand or backhand and expect lots of early flip in the flight, especially if you throw it forehand.
ESP plastic from Discraft is a premium blend that offers lots of grip and durability. It's the choice of amateur players at your local course and multiple world champions. That's because ESP is an affordable blend of plastic that retains its flight characteristics for a while. Even if you hit a tree or two you can expect the Hades to continue to be understable without becoming a roller right away.
The Hades is that disc you look forward to throwing all round. You know that your big distance hole is coming up and you'll feel a little thrill every time you pull this from your bag. Get the Hades for those long downhill shots, wide open field shots with distance, or for controlled hyzer flips in the woods. You will love the long flights you can achieve with this disc.