Westside Discs King

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Tags: 23mm, Burst, chameleon, disc, Distance, distance driver, driver, Fade 3, Glide 5, king, Speed 14, stable-understable, tournament, TP, trilogy, turn -1.5, vip, westside discs

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King Specs
Speed Glide Turn Fade
14 5 -1.5 3
Stability: Stable-Understable
Weights: Max 175g
Rim Width: 23mm

Westside Discs' Description:

Our most popular high speed driver, the Westside King is our fastest disc for all levels of players. The farthest flying disc in our line the King is designed to allow the average player to experience a long distance flight. It has a good grip and a nice high dome. It traps the air and rides on it like you have never seen before. For professional players the King will be your longest flying disc and roller in your bag. For lower speed arms this will finally give you that full flight you always wanted on the course. The King comes in VIP, VIP Air, and Tournament plastics.

To see the differences in each plastic please visit our Plastic Types page!

Customer Reviews

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Russ Baker
Westside King- a little touchy

I like the King overall, but I will say that it is a touchy disc. Any amount of headwind at all and the thing will flip and not come back. If you hit it just right it goes forever.

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Michael O'Connell
Best driver

My go to driver. Love it.

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Landon Baumhover

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Kevin Crice
Love the King

The King is the perfect driver for me.  I don’t have huge arm speed or a super long thrower, but the Kings numbers are deceiving. When I throw it flat, it will have a slight fade, then the turn kicks in.  It’s not a hard dumping turn like a destroyer, but a slow fade getting extra distance.  Great for no wind or tail wind. 

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Jon S.
My best power driver (my flight numbers: 14, 6, -1.5, 3)

This disc is a powerhouse in disguise!! This disc still has quite a bit of turn in it and not as much fade as the numbers say. Taking this into consideration I can punch 400 out of this disc off the tee. It is currently my farthest flying disc. The 172g and lower have less stability than the 173g and up have.