Disc golfers, get ready to add a classic midrange disc to your bag! The Fugitive was retired, but it's now back with some significant changes to the mold design and flight characteristics. The Supreme Fugitive has a flight rating of 5 | 3 | 0 | 4. This means that it has a straight flight path, a moderate level of glide, no turn, and a reliable fade at the end of its flight. The Supreme Fugitive has no turn, and it will finish with a dependable fade. The Supreme Fugitive fits nicely in-between the Justice and Verdict in terms of stability. It has a straighter flight than the Justice, but more fade than the Verdict. This makes it an ideal midrange disc for shots that require precision and control. It will fly straight and true, but it will also finish with a reliable fade, ensuring that it lands where you want it to.
The Supreme Plastic is known for being durable, and it offers a consistent flight pattern, which is ideal for a midrange disc like the Fugitive. In summary, if you're looking for a midrange disc that offers control, precision, and reliability, then the Supreme Fugitive is a great choice.