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The Discraft Jawbreaker Zone is an overstable approach disc in a slightly softer blend of plastic. This gives the disc extra glide for more distance, better touch in difficult weather conditions, and is a slightly less overstable version of a very popular mold.
The Discraft Jawbreaker Zone Flight Numbers are still 4-3-0-3 that you know, but this disc has slightly more glide and slightly less fade than one in Z or ESP plastic. You can throw this forehand or backhand and expect it to be overstable and as soon as it runs out of speed it's going to start hyzering out. This disc only wants to get over and then down.
Folks love the Jawbreaker plastic because while it's not a premium blend, it's very versatile. As this disc beats in it will have more and more glide but retain that overstable finish. This will give players a chance to throw longer approach shots. You'll see Jawbreaker plastic used in bad weather because it offers more grip than other plastics. But you'll also see it when you want something that goes straight a little bit longer than a premium blend.
The Jawbreaker Zone from Discraft is an overstable approach disc that offers lots of touch as it dives from the sky. If you're looking for something that handles torque, gets up and down for birdies, and offers excellent grip, get the Jawbreaker Zone today.