Streamline Discs Runway

Collections: All, Discs, Midrange - Overstable, Midranges, MVP Brands, Streamline Discs, Streamline Midranges

Tags: disc, fade 3.5, glide 4, mid, midrange, neutron, overstable, Runway, SE, Special Edition, Speed 5, Streamline, turn 0, ZAM

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Runway Specs
Speed Glide Turn Fade
5 4 0 3.5
Stability: Overstable
Weights: 170-179g
Rim Width: 13mm

Streamline Discs' Description:

Streamline’s first midrange is here -- the Runway, launching in Neutron Plastic. The Runway is an overstable midrange that can handle powerful throws with pinpoint accuracy. In high wind situations, this midrange will hold straight lines with a pronounced finishing fade. Power throwers will find a control midrange that has the stability to fight out of turnover and forehand lines. The Runway offers more glide than the popular MVP Deflector due to its less aggressive fade at the end of flight. Debuting with Streamline’s stock triple-foil stamp and premium Neutron plastic, the Runway will keep its stability while gradually breaking in to a trusted stable midrange round after round. 



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Customer Reviews

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J.K.
Sweetness

Great disc, great seller

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Streamline Discs Runway

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J.
Tender!

this beef is cooked just right. it can do the straight to fade and spike hyzers like it was bred for that one purpose. if you didnt think a verdict was beefy enough and a justice was too well done or an anvil has too much dome, give the runway a ride. flat topped, shallow enough rim, great for powdered up backhands, touch fh flex shots, and just a great pairing for some of your rarer cooked mids. I am going to get all I can because streamline has really impressed me with their offerings this far. if you get it and dont like it... get a hold of me as I will gladly take it off your hands.

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P.S.
Not impressed

The Nailed it service was 5 stars as always. I'm primarily a forehand thrower and the Runway didn't make the bag and went into the box where discs go to die.