The DX Wraith is exactly the same disc as the Star Wraith but produced with the less expensive, less-durable, base DX plastic (vs, the ultra-premium Star plastic).
Flight Ratings and Analysis
|Distance Driver, 2.1cm Rim||High glide||Moderately overstable||Balancing fade at the end of flight.|
Recommended Weights: 160-175g
160-164g: This lighter class provides the best distance potential, but has the least wind-resistance.
165-169g: Provides balanced performance, giving players the most versatility.
170-175g: The heaviest available weight range for DX Wraiths, providing maximum control and wind-resistance.
Wraith vs. Average Driver
Why Star Plastic?
DX is a budget-friendly plastic with good grip in all weather conditions. DX discs wear relatively quickly and become increasingly understable over time.
DX Description from Innova: “DX discs wear in with usage and over time will eventually take on new and varied flight characteristics. Many top pros carry several DX discs of their favorite models to provide different flight patterns for different situations.”
Rim Width (cm): 2.1
Rim Configuration: 26.75
Height (cm): 1.4
Diameter (cm): 21.1
Rim Depth (cm) 1.2
Flexibility (kg): 8.85
Cert. # 05-15
“The Wraith is a long stable Distance Driver with speed, glide and accuracy. This Wraith can provide great distance for players of all skill levels. It is an excellent downwind driver that also performs predictably into the wind. The Star Wraith is endorsed by 12-time World Champion, Ken Climo.” Source