Huk Lab Instinct

$21.99

Huk Lab Instinct – A brand new addition to the Discmania lineup for May 2019! This is the first mold released by Discmania that was manufactured by Latitude 64 in Sweden. We at OTB are excited for this new partnership and for this mold! The Neo plastic feels like Latitude 64’s Opto with a touch of their Gold line thrown in as well for grip. The Instinct is a very straight flying Fairway Driver, I would expect this to find a home with many who end up giving it a try. The stability will be more Overstable than an FD, and not quite as Overstable as a PD (also slower at speed 7 vs 10). The Instinct is becoming one of the go to fairway drivers for Discmania fans. Grab yourself a Discmania Huk Lab Instinct today!

Eagle McMahon has been throwing the Instinct a lot since it came out. He throws it for all sorts of shots and distances, including rollers. They consensus seems to be that these have plenty of torque resistance and tons of glide. They push forward continually and then slowly finish back to hyzer, creating plenty of distance for a disc this speed.

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Thumbnail Color Stamp Foil Weight Scaled Weight Flatness Stiffness PriceStockQuantity
Huk Lab Instinct - pink - light-purple - 173g - 174-8g - somewhat-domey - neutral Pink Light Purple 173g 174.8g (5) - Somewhat Domey (4) - Neutral Stiffness $21.99 Just 1 left!
Huk Lab Instinct - pink - black - 173g - 174-6g - somewhat-domey - neutral Pink Black 173g 174.6g (5) - Somewhat Domey (4) - Neutral Stiffness $21.99 Just 1 left!
Huk Lab Instinct - pink - black - 173g - 174-6g - somewhat-domey - neutral Pink Black 173g 174.6g (5) - Somewhat Domey (4) - Neutral Stiffness $21.99 Just 1 left!
Huk Lab Instinct - pink - light-purple - 174g - 174-8g - somewhat-domey - neutral Pink Light Purple 174g 174.8g (5) - Somewhat Domey (4) - Neutral Stiffness $21.99 2 in stock
Huk Lab Instinct - pink - light-purple - 173g - 174-1g - somewhat-domey - neutral Pink Light Purple 173g 174.1g (5) - Somewhat Domey (4) - Neutral Stiffness $21.99 2 in stock
Huk Lab Instinct - pink - light-purple - 173g - 174-5g - somewhat-domey - neutral Pink Light Purple 173g 174.5g (5) - Somewhat Domey (4) - Neutral Stiffness $21.99 5 in stock
Huk Lab Instinct - pink - black - 173g - 174-6g - somewhat-domey - neutral Pink Black 173g 174.6g (5) - Somewhat Domey (4) - Neutral Stiffness $21.99 2 in stock
Huk Lab Instinct - pink - black - 174g - 175-3g - somewhat-domey - neutral Pink Black 174g 175.3g (5) - Somewhat Domey (4) - Neutral Stiffness $21.99 Just 1 left!
Huk Lab Instinct - pink - black - 173g - 173-7g - somewhat-domey - neutral Pink Black 173g 173.7g (5) - Somewhat Domey (4) - Neutral Stiffness $21.99 2 in stock
Huk Lab Instinct - pink - black - 173g - 174-1g - somewhat-domey - neutral Pink Black 173g 174.1g (5) - Somewhat Domey (4) - Neutral Stiffness $21.99 Just 1 left!
Huk Lab Instinct - pink - black - 174g - 175-2g - somewhat-domey - neutral Pink Black 174g 175.2g (5) - Somewhat Domey (4) - Neutral Stiffness $21.99 Just 1 left!

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Huk Lab Instinct – A brand new addition to the Discmania lineup for May 2019! This is the first mold released by Discmania that was manufactured by Latitude 64 in Sweden. We at OTB are excited for this new partnership and for this mold! The Neo plastic feels like Latitude 64’s Opto with a touch of their Gold line thrown in as well for grip. The Instinct is a very straight flying Fairway Driver, I would expect this to find a home with many who end up giving it a try. The stability will be more Overstable than an FD, and not quite as Overstable as a PD (also slower at speed 7 vs 10). The Instinct is becoming one of the go to fairway drivers for Discmania fans. Grab yourself a Discmania Huk Lab Instinct today!

Eagle McMahon has been throwing the Instinct a lot since it came out. He throws it for all sorts of shots and distances, including rollers. They consensus seems to be that these have plenty of torque resistance and tons of glide. They push forward continually and then slowly finish back to hyzer, creating plenty of distance for a disc this speed.