*This is a pre-order product and will begin shipping on or before October 6, 2023*
Isaac Robinson captured his second Major title of the season and first career World Championship with a five-round victory at the 2023 PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championship, played at Smugglers’ Notch Resort in Jeffersonville, Vermont. To commemorate the historic achievement, you can pick up a special edition Prodigy Collabs Series Isaac Robinson Archive midrange in 400 plastic sporting a brand new Smuggler’s Pursuit stamp.
Taking inspiration from the deluge of rain Isaac endured during the first round of play while chasing a dream title, the dual-foil Smuggler’s Pursuit stamp chronicles a pirate vessel navigating rough waters, and a crowned king in Isaac’s likeness signifies the completion of the objective.
Show your support for Isaac and pick one up today! This is part of the first wave of Isaac Robinson World Championship commemorative merchandise.
Stamp color may vary. Shade of disc color may vary.
Forged from the fire of champions and entrusted with the power to shape the very fabric of flight, the Archive midrange is the next chapter in our Prodigy Collabs Series, and the first disc made with input from Major champion Isaac Robinson.
Isaac is known for his ability to carve a path with his disc through tangled forests and daunting fairways. He wanted a beadless midrange that was able to soar effortlessly through the sky with enhanced glide, and a touch of overstability to give it unwavering accuracy and a steadfast resistance to swirling winds.
The Archive occupies a new place in the Prodigy Disc midrange lineup between the M1 and M2, giving Isaac the confidence to ascend the ranks of disc golf’s most decorated players.
400 Plastic is a premium blend of material that is extremely durable. The unique blend of plastics feels as good as it looks and will be able to be broken in over time. This tour quality plastic gives the thrower impeccable grip, even when it is wet.
Rim Depth: 1.3cm
Rim Width: 1.4cm
Max Weight: 180.9g
Stability: Slightly Overstable