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Frisbees & Flying Discs PDGA Approved Disc Golf Set 53075

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Shop for Outdoors at The Home Depot. The PDGA Approved Disc Golf Set is perfect for beginners and for professional disc golf players. This box set of three discs includes a fairway driver, mid-range and putter so you can master shots from all

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Frisbees & Flying Discs PDGA Approved Disc Golf Goal 53150

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Shop for Outdoors at The Home Depot. The PDGA Approved Disc Golf Goal is perfect for beginners and for professional disc golf players. The Emsco Sport Series Disc Golf Goal will provide season after season of summer fun. To make a complete kit, add

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Disc Golf Toss -23%

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Have hours of fun with Triumph Sports Disc Golf Toss - the perfect game to bring to picnics, camping, or any outdoor event! This outdoor game requires concentration and strategy, yet it is fun and engaging for players of all ages.

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Sears
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Frisbees & Flying Discs 3 ft. x 8 ft. Indoor/Outdoor Synthetic Turf Pro Putting Green Disc Golf PG38- Pro

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Shop for Outdoors at The Home Depot. A pro-practice mat for putting practice. This 3 ft. x 8 ft. portable putting area includes 2 cups and 2 flags. The surface is suitable for left or right handed players and features durable construction from

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Majik Booma Shoes -5%

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Find lawn games at Target.com! Time with family and friends has never been more fun! The majik booma shoes set is great for camping, the backyard, tailgating, barbecues, picnics and more. this game combines traditional horseshoes and disc golf into

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303 Firecrest Carbon Disc-Brake Road Wheel - Tubular Black, 700c-Campy Rear

If you're serious about going fast, then you're probably serious about Zipp wheels. But, if you need to exploit every available advantage, the Zipp 303 Firecrest Tubular Disc Wheel takes the pronounced benefits of Firecrest technology and adds disc brakes into the equation. So, whether you're racing on the road or getting dirty on the 'cross course, you'll enjoy the enhanced braking power and modulation of the 303 Firecrest Disc wheel. The layup of the rim hasn't changed from Zipp's venerable 303 Firecrest tubular. That may come as a surprise, as disc brakes negate the need for a braking surface. However, Zipp's engineers found that the 303 Firecrest rim is already optimized in terms of strength and weight, so there wasn't an advantage to be had by changing the rim profile. However, there is one notable change from the rim-brake version, and that's the brake track itself. The standard 303 Firecrest uses a high-abrasion brake track, and the disc brake wheels receive no such treatment. As such, even though there is a vertical sidewall, the 303 Firecrest disc wheels are not compatible with rim brakes. It follows that the disc version of the 45mm deep 303 Firecrest provides the same advantages as its rim-brake counterpart. The Firecrest shape refers to a wider rim profile. Extensive research has proven that this wider rim shape enhances the grip of your tires by increasing the size of the contact patch, and increasing the air volume of the tire. Not only does it improve grip, but because the increased air volume allows tires to deform more naturally over irregularities in the road, the wider rim profile enables these wheels to roll faster than comparable wheels using a narrower rim. Putting that extra rubber on the ground is especially noticeable on tubulars, where the stability gained lets you enter turns faster and carry better speed. In the spirit of quickness, the 303 Disc wheels retain the dimpled surface of the original. Like a golf ball, those dimples create...

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Super 9 Disc Carbon Rear Wheel - Clincher Black, Shimano/SRAM

Zipp's first foray into the world of wheels was the wind-cheating disc -- produced in the late '80s. Although the technology and design of the disc has changed quite a bit in the past three decades, Zipp continues to dominate the peloton, and the Super 9 Disc Carbon Rear Wheel's Clincher version continues Zipp's mission to have the fastest disc wheel on the planet. Through extensive wind tunnel testing, dubbed the "carbon clincher project," Zipp's engineers discovered that, aerodynamically speaking, clinchers are significantly faster than tubulars. The transition from the tire surface to the rim surface allows for the airflow to stay attached over the wheel, providing a reduction in pressure drag. In comparison to tubulars, the clinchers' carefully molded brake track more closely follows the contour of the tire. In other words, the reshaped brake tracks actually tip inward slightly, rather than aligning parallel. This shape places the disc's widest point just below the braking surface. This keeps the tire tucked down into the relatively wide, 26. 4mm tire bed so that it doesn't balloon out over the top of the rim. The Super 9 Carbon Clincher still features the recognizable dimpling pattern that's found on the 900 and the Firecrest models, which effectively smooths air flow in order to minimize drag. Zipp calls this its Aerodynamic Boundary Layer Control (ABLC). This pattern is where the surface is embossed with over 4900 golf ball-like dimples in five different sizes. As a result, along the curved rim section, the dimples work to create a slight turbulence directly above the rim surface. This creates an artificial boundary layer that forces the laminar boundary layer toward the forward part of the rim in order to become turbulent. This process enables airflow to remain attached over more of the rim for a longer period of time, providing a lower level of integrated drag. The drag that ABLC creates is called skin friction drag. And although it's greatly increased,...

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Super-9 Carbon Disc Wheel - Tubular Black, Campy 700c

Zipp continues its mission of building the fastest disc wheels on the planet with its Super-9 Tubular Disc Wheel. With the introduction of this wheel, Zipp's Super line continues, marking this latest innovation in disc wheel design as the manufacturer's fastest wheel to date. It balances aerodynamics, stiffness, light weight, and durability into the ultimate road and track-convertible package. After all, Zipp's first product in the late '80s was the disc wheel, jumping into the spotlight as a serious wheel that could cheat wind unlike anything the cycling world had seen before. The Super-9 Disc tubular borrows from the perimeter shape that makes Zipp's Sub-9 so fast it is able to actually generate forward lift when paired with Zipp's Tangente tires. However, in place of the Sub-9's toroidal bulge, Zipp created the Super-9 flat from its widest point all the way to the hub. This streamlined shape results in a wheel that's as fast as the Sub-9, but stiffer than any other disc Zipp produces. The Super-9 Disc Tubular still features the dimpling pattern that's found on the 900 and the Firecrest models, which effectively smooths air flow in order to minimize drag. Zipp calls this its Aerodynamic Boundary Layer Control (ABLC). Essentially, this is a treatment to the carbon fiber, where the surface is embossed with over 4900 golf ball-like dimples in five different sizes. As a result, along the curved rim section, the dimples work to create a slight turbulence directly above the rim surface. This creates an artificial boundary layer that forces the laminar boundary layer towards the forward part of the rim in order to become turbulent. This process enables airflow to remain attached over more of the rim for a longer period of time, providing a lower level of integrated drag. The drag that ABLC creates is called skin friction drag. And although it's greatly increased, pressure drag (which is ten times higher than skin friction) is accordingly decreased. So, you experien...

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303 Firecrest Carbon Disc-Brake Road Wheel - Clincher

If you've been waiting for worthy disc brake-compatible wheels for your road or 'cross bike, it's time to rejoice -- the Zipp 303 Firecrest Clincher Disc Wheel is finally here. And true to the name, these wheels roll on Zipp's 45mm 303 Firecrest carbon clincher rim, and a redesigned version of the 88/188 hub set. So, say hello to better braking, without saying goodbye to light weight or ride quality. The layup of the rims hasn't changed from Zipp's venerable 303 Firecrest clincher. That may come as a surprise, as disc brakes negate the need for a braking surface. However, Zipp's engineers found that the 303 Firecrest rim was already optimized in terms of strength and weight, so there wasn't an advantage to be had by changing the rim profile. However, there is one notable change from the rim-brake version, and that is the brake track itself. The standard 303 Firecrest uses a high-abrasion brake track, and the disc brake wheels receive no such treatment. As such, even though there is a vertical sidewall, the 303 Firecrest disc wheels are not compatible with rim brakes. It follows that the disc version of the 45mm deep 303 Firecrest provides the same advantages as its rim-brake counterpart. The Firecrest shape refers to a wider rim profile, which measures at a 17. 25mm internal width. Extensive research has proven that this wider rim shape enhances the grip of your tires by both increasing the size of the contact patch and by increasing the air volume of the tire. Not only does it improve grip, but because the increased air volume allows the tire to deform more naturally over surface irregularities, the wider rim profile enables these wheels to roll faster than comparable wheels incorporating a narrower rim. And in the spirit of quickness, the 303 Disc wheel retains the dimpled surface of the original. Like a golf ball, those dimples create a minor aerodynamic disturbance, effectively creating a pillow of air around the wheel that enables it to cut through the air...

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Super 9 Disc Carbon Rear Wheel - Clincher Black, Shimano/SRAM

Zipp's first foray into the world of wheels was the wind-cheating disc -- produced in the late '80s. Although the technology and design of the disc has changed quite a bit in the past three decades, Zipp continues to dominate the peloton, and the Super 9 Disc Carbon Rear Wheel's Clincher version continues Zipp's mission to have the fastest disc wheel on the planet. Through extensive wind tunnel testing, dubbed the "carbon clincher project," Zipp's engineers discovered that, aerodynamically speaking, clinchers are significantly faster than tubulars. The transition from the tire surface to the rim surface allows for the airflow to stay attached over the wheel, providing a reduction in pressure drag. In comparison to tubulars, the clinchers' carefully molded brake track more closely follows the contour of the tire. In other words, the reshaped brake tracks actually tip inward slightly, rather than aligning parallel. This shape places the disc's widest point just below the braking surface. This keeps the tire tucked down into the relatively wide, 26. 4mm tire bed so that it doesn't balloon out over the top of the rim. The Super 9 Carbon Clincher still features the recognizable dimpling pattern that's found on the 900 and the Firecrest models, which effectively smooths air flow in order to minimize drag. Zipp calls this its Aerodynamic Boundary Layer Control (ABLC). This pattern is where the surface is embossed with over 4900 golf ball-like dimples in five different sizes. As a result, along the curved rim section, the dimples work to create a slight turbulence directly above the rim surface. This creates an artificial boundary layer that forces the laminar boundary layer toward the forward part of the rim in order to become turbulent. This process enables airflow to remain attached over more of the rim for a longer period of time, providing a lower level of integrated drag. The drag that ABLC creates is called skin friction drag. And although it's greatly increased,...

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303 Firecrest Carbon Disc-Brake Road Wheel - Tubular Black, 700c-Front

If you're serious about going fast, then you're probably serious about Zipp wheels. But, if you need to exploit every available advantage, the Zipp 303 Firecrest Tubular Disc Wheel takes the pronounced benefits of Firecrest technology and adds disc brakes into the equation. So, whether you're racing on the road or getting dirty on the 'cross course, you'll enjoy the enhanced braking power and modulation of the 303 Firecrest Disc wheel. The layup of the rim hasn't changed from Zipp's venerable 303 Firecrest tubular. That may come as a surprise, as disc brakes negate the need for a braking surface. However, Zipp's engineers found that the 303 Firecrest rim is already optimized in terms of strength and weight, so there wasn't an advantage to be had by changing the rim profile. However, there is one notable change from the rim-brake version, and that's the brake track itself. The standard 303 Firecrest uses a high-abrasion brake track, and the disc brake wheels receive no such treatment. As such, even though there is a vertical sidewall, the 303 Firecrest disc wheels are not compatible with rim brakes. It follows that the disc version of the 45mm deep 303 Firecrest provides the same advantages as its rim-brake counterpart. The Firecrest shape refers to a wider rim profile. Extensive research has proven that this wider rim shape enhances the grip of your tires by increasing the size of the contact patch, and increasing the air volume of the tire. Not only does it improve grip, but because the increased air volume allows tires to deform more naturally over irregularities in the road, the wider rim profile enables these wheels to roll faster than comparable wheels using a narrower rim. Putting that extra rubber on the ground is especially noticeable on tubulars, where the stability gained lets you enter turns faster and carry better speed. In the spirit of quickness, the 303 Disc wheels retain the dimpled surface of the original. Like a golf ball, those dimples create...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Super-9 Carbon Disc Wheel - Tubular Black, Shimano/Sram 700c

Zipp continues its mission of building the fastest disc wheels on the planet with its Super-9 Tubular Disc Wheel. With the introduction of this wheel, Zipp's Super line continues, marking this latest innovation in disc wheel design as the manufacturer's fastest wheel to date. It balances aerodynamics, stiffness, light weight, and durability into the ultimate road and track-convertible package. After all, Zipp's first product in the late '80s was the disc wheel, jumping into the spotlight as a serious wheel that could cheat wind unlike anything the cycling world had seen before. The Super-9 Disc tubular borrows from the perimeter shape that makes Zipp's Sub-9 so fast it is able to actually generate forward lift when paired with Zipp's Tangente tires. However, in place of the Sub-9's toroidal bulge, Zipp created the Super-9 flat from its widest point all the way to the hub. This streamlined shape results in a wheel that's as fast as the Sub-9, but stiffer than any other disc Zipp produces. The Super-9 Disc Tubular still features the dimpling pattern that's found on the 900 and the Firecrest models, which effectively smooths air flow in order to minimize drag. Zipp calls this its Aerodynamic Boundary Layer Control (ABLC). Essentially, this is a treatment to the carbon fiber, where the surface is embossed with over 4900 golf ball-like dimples in five different sizes. As a result, along the curved rim section, the dimples work to create a slight turbulence directly above the rim surface. This creates an artificial boundary layer that forces the laminar boundary layer towards the forward part of the rim in order to become turbulent. This process enables airflow to remain attached over more of the rim for a longer period of time, providing a lower level of integrated drag. The drag that ABLC creates is called skin friction drag. And although it's greatly increased, pressure drag (which is ten times higher than skin friction) is accordingly decreased. So, you experien...

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Super-9 Carbon Track Disc Wheel - Clincher

Zipp's first product in the late '80s was the disc wheel, jumping into the spotlight as a serious wheel that could cheat wind unlike anything the cycling world had seen before. Today, through professional rider feedback, the use of advanced composite technologies, and extensive wind tunnel testing, Zipp continues its mission of building the fastest disc wheels on the planet. With the introduction of the Super-9 Disc Track Carbon Clincher, Zipp's Super line continues, marking this latest innovation in disc wheel design as its fastest wheel to date. It balances aerodynamics, stiffness, light weight, and durability with the convenience and low rolling-resistance that only a clincher is able to provide. Throughout extensive wind tunnel testing during Zipp's "carbon clincher project," its engineers discovered that, aerodynamically speaking, clinchers are significantly faster than tubulars. The transition from the tire surface to the rim surface allows for the airflow to stay attached, which reduces pressure drag and makes you go faster. This could only be achieved using a carbon clincher design, as the carefully molded brake track more closely follows the contour of the clincher tire than that of a tubular. The reshaped brake tracks actually tip inward slightly, rather than aligning parallel to each other, with the disc bulging out at its widest point just below the braking surface. This keeps the clincher tucked down into the relatively wide, 26. 42mm tire bed. Besides an aerodynamic advantage, the added width between the clincher hook beads increases air volume in the tire, which means a lower chance of pinch-flatting. The Super-9 carbon clincher still has a dimpling pattern that's specific to the 900, which helps smooth the air flow in order to minimize drag. Its Aerodynamic Boundary Layer Control (ABLC) carbon fiber skins are embossed with over 4900 golf ball-like dimples in five different sizes patterned to force the airflow to form less turbulent boundary la...

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Super-9 Carbon Track Disc Wheel - Clincher White, 700c

Zipp's first product in the late '80s was the disc wheel, jumping into the spotlight as a serious wheel that could cheat wind unlike anything the cycling world had seen before. Today, through professional rider feedback, the use of advanced composite technologies, and extensive wind tunnel testing, Zipp continues its mission of building the fastest disc wheels on the planet. With the introduction of the Super-9 Disc Track Carbon Clincher, Zipp's Super line continues, marking this latest innovation in disc wheel design as its fastest wheel to date. It balances aerodynamics, stiffness, light weight, and durability with the convenience and low rolling-resistance that only a clincher is able to provide. Throughout extensive wind tunnel testing during Zipp's "carbon clincher project," its engineers discovered that, aerodynamically speaking, clinchers are significantly faster than tubulars. The transition from the tire surface to the rim surface allows for the airflow to stay attached, which reduces pressure drag and makes you go faster. This could only be achieved using a carbon clincher design, as the carefully molded brake track more closely follows the contour of the clincher tire than that of a tubular. The reshaped brake tracks actually tip inward slightly, rather than aligning parallel to each other, with the disc bulging out at its widest point just below the braking surface. This keeps the clincher tucked down into the relatively wide, 26. 42mm tire bed. Besides an aerodynamic advantage, the added width between the clincher hook beads increases air volume in the tire, which means a lower chance of pinch-flatting. The Super-9 carbon clincher still has a dimpling pattern that's specific to the 900, which helps smooth the air flow in order to minimize drag. Its Aerodynamic Boundary Layer Control (ABLC) carbon fiber skins are embossed with over 4900 golf ball-like dimples in five different sizes patterned to force the airflow to form less turbulent boundary la...

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303 Firecrest Carbon Disc-Brake Road Wheel - Tubular

If you're serious about going fast, then you're probably serious about Zipp wheels. But, if you need to exploit every available advantage, the Zipp 303 Firecrest Tubular Disc Wheel takes the pronounced benefits of Firecrest technology and adds disc brakes into the equation. So, whether you're racing on the road or getting dirty on the 'cross course, you'll enjoy the enhanced braking power and modulation of the 303 Firecrest Disc wheel. The layup of the rim hasn't changed from Zipp's venerable 303 Firecrest tubular. That may come as a surprise, as disc brakes negate the need for a braking surface. However, Zipp's engineers found that the 303 Firecrest rim is already optimized in terms of strength and weight, so there wasn't an advantage to be had by changing the rim profile. However, there is one notable change from the rim-brake version, and that's the brake track itself. The standard 303 Firecrest uses a high-abrasion brake track, and the disc brake wheels receive no such treatment. As such, even though there is a vertical sidewall, the 303 Firecrest disc wheels are not compatible with rim brakes. It follows that the disc version of the 45mm deep 303 Firecrest provides the same advantages as its rim-brake counterpart. The Firecrest shape refers to a wider rim profile. Extensive research has proven that this wider rim shape enhances the grip of your tires by increasing the size of the contact patch, and increasing the air volume of the tire. Not only does it improve grip, but because the increased air volume allows tires to deform more naturally over irregularities in the road, the wider rim profile enables these wheels to roll faster than comparable wheels using a narrower rim. Putting that extra rubber on the ground is especially noticeable on tubulars, where the stability gained lets you enter turns faster and carry better speed. In the spirit of quickness, the 303 Disc wheels retain the dimpled surface of the original. Like a golf ball, those dimples create...

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Competitive Cyclist
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303 Firecrest Carbon Disc-Brake Road Wheel - Tubular Black, 700c-Front

If you're serious about going fast, then you're probably serious about Zipp wheels. But, if you need to exploit every available advantage, the Zipp 303 Firecrest Tubular Disc Wheel takes the pronounced benefits of Firecrest technology and adds disc brakes into the equation. So, whether you're racing on the road or getting dirty on the 'cross course, you'll enjoy the enhanced braking power and modulation of the 303 Firecrest Disc wheel. The layup of the rim hasn't changed from Zipp's venerable 303 Firecrest tubular. That may come as a surprise, as disc brakes negate the need for a braking surface. However, Zipp's engineers found that the 303 Firecrest rim is already optimized in terms of strength and weight, so there wasn't an advantage to be had by changing the rim profile. However, there is one notable change from the rim-brake version, and that's the brake track itself. The standard 303 Firecrest uses a high-abrasion brake track, and the disc brake wheels receive no such treatment. As such, even though there is a vertical sidewall, the 303 Firecrest disc wheels are not compatible with rim brakes. It follows that the disc version of the 45mm deep 303 Firecrest provides the same advantages as its rim-brake counterpart. The Firecrest shape refers to a wider rim profile. Extensive research has proven that this wider rim shape enhances the grip of your tires by increasing the size of the contact patch, and increasing the air volume of the tire. Not only does it improve grip, but because the increased air volume allows tires to deform more naturally over irregularities in the road, the wider rim profile enables these wheels to roll faster than comparable wheels using a narrower rim. Putting that extra rubber on the ground is especially noticeable on tubulars, where the stability gained lets you enter turns faster and carry better speed. In the spirit of quickness, the 303 Disc wheels retain the dimpled surface of the original. Like a golf ball, those dimples create...

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Super 9 Disc Carbon Rear Wheel - Clincher

Zipp's first foray into the world of wheels was the wind-cheating disc -- produced in the late '80s. Although the technology and design of the disc has changed quite a bit in the past three decades, Zipp continues to dominate the peloton, and the Super 9 Disc Carbon Rear Wheel's Clincher version continues Zipp's mission to have the fastest disc wheel on the planet. Through extensive wind tunnel testing, dubbed the "carbon clincher project," Zipp's engineers discovered that, aerodynamically speaking, clinchers are significantly faster than tubulars. The transition from the tire surface to the rim surface allows for the airflow to stay attached over the wheel, providing a reduction in pressure drag. In comparison to tubulars, the clinchers' carefully molded brake track more closely follows the contour of the tire. In other words, the reshaped brake tracks actually tip inward slightly, rather than aligning parallel. This shape places the disc's widest point just below the braking surface. This keeps the tire tucked down into the relatively wide, 26. 4mm tire bed so that it doesn't balloon out over the top of the rim. The Super 9 Carbon Clincher still features the recognizable dimpling pattern that's found on the 900 and the Firecrest models, which effectively smooths air flow in order to minimize drag. Zipp calls this its Aerodynamic Boundary Layer Control (ABLC). This pattern is where the surface is embossed with over 4900 golf ball-like dimples in five different sizes. As a result, along the curved rim section, the dimples work to create a slight turbulence directly above the rim surface. This creates an artificial boundary layer that forces the laminar boundary layer toward the forward part of the rim in order to become turbulent. This process enables airflow to remain attached over more of the rim for a longer period of time, providing a lower level of integrated drag. The drag that ABLC creates is called skin friction drag. And although it's greatly increased,...

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303 Firecrest Carbon Disc-Brake Road Wheel - Clincher Black, 700c-Campy Rear

If you've been waiting for worthy disc brake-compatible wheels for your road or 'cross bike, it's time to rejoice -- the Zipp 303 Firecrest Clincher Disc Wheel is finally here. And true to the name, these wheels roll on Zipp's 45mm 303 Firecrest carbon clincher rim, and a redesigned version of the 88/188 hub set. So, say hello to better braking, without saying goodbye to light weight or ride quality. The layup of the rims hasn't changed from Zipp's venerable 303 Firecrest clincher. That may come as a surprise, as disc brakes negate the need for a braking surface. However, Zipp's engineers found that the 303 Firecrest rim was already optimized in terms of strength and weight, so there wasn't an advantage to be had by changing the rim profile. However, there is one notable change from the rim-brake version, and that is the brake track itself. The standard 303 Firecrest uses a high-abrasion brake track, and the disc brake wheels receive no such treatment. As such, even though there is a vertical sidewall, the 303 Firecrest disc wheels are not compatible with rim brakes. It follows that the disc version of the 45mm deep 303 Firecrest provides the same advantages as its rim-brake counterpart. The Firecrest shape refers to a wider rim profile, which measures at a 17. 25mm internal width. Extensive research has proven that this wider rim shape enhances the grip of your tires by both increasing the size of the contact patch and by increasing the air volume of the tire. Not only does it improve grip, but because the increased air volume allows the tire to deform more naturally over surface irregularities, the wider rim profile enables these wheels to roll faster than comparable wheels incorporating a narrower rim. And in the spirit of quickness, the 303 Disc wheel retains the dimpled surface of the original. Like a golf ball, those dimples create a minor aerodynamic disturbance, effectively creating a pillow of air around the wheel that enables it to cut through the air...

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Super-9 Carbon Disc Wheel - Tubular Black, Shimano/Sram 700c

Zipp continues its mission of building the fastest disc wheels on the planet with its Super-9 Tubular Disc Wheel. With the introduction of this wheel, Zipp's Super line continues, marking this latest innovation in disc wheel design as the manufacturer's fastest wheel to date. It balances aerodynamics, stiffness, light weight, and durability into the ultimate road and track-convertible package. After all, Zipp's first product in the late '80s was the disc wheel, jumping into the spotlight as a serious wheel that could cheat wind unlike anything the cycling world had seen before. The Super-9 Disc tubular borrows from the perimeter shape that makes Zipp's Sub-9 so fast it is able to actually generate forward lift when paired with Zipp's Tangente tires. However, in place of the Sub-9's toroidal bulge, Zipp created the Super-9 flat from its widest point all the way to the hub. This streamlined shape results in a wheel that's as fast as the Sub-9, but stiffer than any other disc Zipp produces. The Super-9 Disc Tubular still features the dimpling pattern that's found on the 900 and the Firecrest models, which effectively smooths air flow in order to minimize drag. Zipp calls this its Aerodynamic Boundary Layer Control (ABLC). Essentially, this is a treatment to the carbon fiber, where the surface is embossed with over 4900 golf ball-like dimples in five different sizes. As a result, along the curved rim section, the dimples work to create a slight turbulence directly above the rim surface. This creates an artificial boundary layer that forces the laminar boundary layer towards the forward part of the rim in order to become turbulent. This process enables airflow to remain attached over more of the rim for a longer period of time, providing a lower level of integrated drag. The drag that ABLC creates is called skin friction drag. And although it's greatly increased, pressure drag (which is ten times higher than skin friction) is accordingly decreased. So, you experien...

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Competitive Cyclist
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Aerobie Epic Golf Disc ASSORTED COLOR PICKED FROM VENDOR GOLF DISC

Aerobie Epic Golf Disc Features: Ultra long range driver. Easily tuned by bending the rim to maximize distance and accuracy. Epicyclic design combines ultra long range of a wide rim with an optimized ergonomic grip. For ages 13 and up. 166-169 grams. PDGA approved. Assorted Colors Colors: ***This will be a random color pick at the time of shipping.***

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Epic Sports
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