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NIghtjars are nocturnal birds with really small feet and aren't that useful for walking. Good thing they can soar! Just like the newest disc from Disctroyer. The Nightjar is an overstable distance driver that maintains a given trajectory well even in windy conditions.
A-Medium plastic is moderately flexible and keeps a good grip even in cool weather. Discs made with this material are moderately stable and are suitable for both forehand and backhand throws.
Out of the land that produced FPO star Kristin Tattar is a new disc golf manufacturer making waves in the US. Disctroyer sprung from the passionate minds of two Estonian disc golf players who wanted a different way of producing and marking discs.
So in the spring of 2017 they began to oversee the local production and development of a line of discs with a clear color-coded marking system for disc differentiation. Starting with the completion of their first prototype they have made countless changes and adjustments to the composition of plastic and to the shapes of the molds through embracing the latest technologies, researching thoroughly, and taking into account the opinions and feedback of local disc golf players. In March 2019, they received the official Certification of the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA) for their first disc.