The Mamba is a max-distance triple threat: its understable flight produces long turnover flights with minimal effort, it’s high glide extends its time in flight, and its low fade ensures a long, straight finish.
Flight Ratings and Analysis
|Distance Driver, 2.1cm Rim||Very high Glide to extend flight time||Very understable; turns over very easily||Long, straight finish|
Extreme understability combined with ultra-high Glide deliver superior distance at moderate release velocities.
Ideal Weight Classes
145-159g: Adds light-weighting to the Mamba’s high Glide to produce the longest, floating flights with minimal effort.
160-164g: Provides a balance between super light weighting and the heavy-weight max-control options.
170-175g: Provides the most control, but also requires the most power. Even at this weight, however, the Mamba is reasonably easy to throw far.
Why Star Plastic?
The durable (and slightly overstable) Star plastic will help prevent the Mamba from becoming too Understable over time, maintaining ideal “out of the box” performance.
“The Mamba has more high speed turn than any of our long range drivers, so throwing into a headwind is not recommended. For those with less driving speed, it will add distance. For the medium armed crowd, it will shape long lines for turnovers and straight shots, as well as hyzer flips and even big rolls.” Source