Westside Discs VIP Harp MyDye
Harp VIP MyDye
Harp VIP MyDye
Harp VIP MyDye
Harp VIP MyDye
Harp VIP MyDye

Harp VIP MyDye

Westside Discs

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Westside Discs VIP Harp MyDye

The Westside Discs Harp comes in a plethora of plastic options ranging from Origio all the way to the premium plastic of Tournament Burst. It’s relatively high speed for a putter or more commonly known as an approach disc with a rating of 4 in conjunction with 3 in glide; both high numbers for a putter. With the Harp’s flight path being straight with it having a semi-gradual fade of 3 to the left (or right) at the end of its flight. It's used extensively by professional Disc Golf player, Ricky Wysocki, former Latitude 64 member and now currently on Team Innova. It proves Westside Discs has provided the Disc Golf community with one excellent experienced over-stable disc in the Harp.

Speed: 4   |   Glide: 3   |   Turn: 0   |   Fade: 3    |   PDGA Approved

VIP MyDye Plastic

  • Durable Plastic
  • Excellent at maintaining flight paths
  • Great for advanced Disc Golf players
  • Unique dye to each disc

Tagged: Westside Discs Harp

Discs

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  • All discs will be sent in a Box. (2-6 business days depending on location)

  • Any discs ordered together with a pre-order will ship together on the pre-order date.

  • Priority Mail does not guarantee delivery times, but is an estimate upon how long it will take.

Bags, Baskets & Carts

  • Most Bags and Baskets are sent directly from the Manufacturer and utilize UPS NO PO BOXES (Usually 3-5 business days)

  • Smaller bags and baskets utilize USPS

Customer Reviews

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Gabriel Baca
Beautiful Dye

VIP plastic and great looking disc.

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Joel Flynn
Quality disc, just a bit different than expected.

I absolutely love a Harp, it is the disc I have the most of, Bt Soft, Bt Hard, and this Tournament plastic. Of course it still flys overstable, but was surprised by it being a bit less overstable than both my soft and hard harps. Only solution, carry all three, and throw the Tournament plastic when I am looking for it to run a bit longer before crashing in. :)