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The Ninja is slightly overstable with a very long glide and predictable fade. It also uses drag reducing surface technology at the leading edge to allow the disc to maintain initial launch velocity and hold rotation longer. At least, that's what we've heard about this disc. It's not like we've ever seen one.
The Hyper Diamond blend starts with a Diamond plastic and mix in some fiberous polyurethane. We are not sure how they do that, or what gave them the idea, but we like the results. It's a bit stiffer, but does not sacrifice the grip.
As their name implies Gateway is based in St. Louis and has been active in the disc golf community since 1994. When they're not busy help design disc golf courses (the current count is over 90!) they have created a special line of discs including their popular putter the Wizard.
They were the first to develop wide-winged drivers to battle wicked headwinds and currently have over 32 PDGA-approved models available in three plastic blends: Diamond, Platinum and Sure Grip. They've recently started working with hemp polymers which is sure to attract a, uh... um... new market of players.