MVP Disc Sports Streamline Jet - Skyline Disc Golf
MVP Disc Sports Streamline Jet - Skyline Disc Golf
MVP Disc Sports Streamline Jet - Skyline Disc Golf

Streamline Jet

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Streamline Jet

The Jet is here to provide easy, understable distance for all arm speeds! With flight numbers of 11 | 5 | -3 | 2, players with high arm speed can expect some awe-inspiring hyzer flips and massive turnovers with the Jet. Plus, in a tailwind, the Jet absolutely crushes. Lower arm speed players will find the Jet to be an amazingly straight-to-fade distance driver, with some potential line shaping ability thanks to its natural turn. As the understable complement to the Trace, the Jet fills a valuable niche for players of all arm speeds. Whether you’re looking for an easy-to-throw distance driver, or you love shaping lines from hyzer, the Jet is the driver for you!

Flight Numbers

  • Speed: 11
  • Glide: 5
  • Turn: -3
  • Fade: 2

  • Plastics

    Neutron Plastic
    Neutron is a premium plastic polymer blend that offers a unique look and feel while maintaining excellent durability. Neutron plastic is available in a wide variety of bright colors making searching for them on the course a breeze.

    Proton Plastic
    Streamline Proton plastic offers the same bright translucent look as traditional MVP Proton plastic with a slightly softer feel. The Streamline Proton plastic blend is made specifically for single mold discs. This plastic is very durable and can be compared with Innova Champion.

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    Kelly
    Good for this beginner/intermediate player

    This is my furthest flying disc! I throw it forehand and it has a nice s curve with a smooth fade back to center

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    Kelly
    Good for this beginner/intermediate player

    This is my furthest flying disc! I throw it forehand and it has a nice s curve with a smooth fade back to center

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