The Discraft Elite X XS is a slightly overstable distance driver (1.0). The XS is one of Discraft's most popular models, and was the 2001 world distance record holder at 712 feet. This is an easy to throw disc golf driver, especially for beginner to mid-level players.
Elite X plastic is a step up in durability compared to Pro-D plastic. It offers great grip even when wet. Discs in the Elite X line have more consistent flights and are slightly more overstable than Pro-D discs.
About Color and Weight Availability - This model may not be available in all colors. Likewise, each weight range may not be available in all colors. Therefore we ask you to list and prioritize your color preferences and to give us guidance if the color or weight range you want happens to not be available. Feel free to contact us if you need more specific info.
What others have said:
"I can make it do some crazy stuff. Thumbers, rollers, get out of trouble shots and a whole lot more. I recommend everyone have a disc like this." - Timmy Gill
"The XS used to be my favorite driver for sure. I still have a beat up XS for a roller that will flip extremely quickly. They are not normally flippy rollers out of the box so you can pick up a lot of distance with them and as they get beat up they flip a bit faster." - Brad Schick
The XS is a world distance record setter. In 2001, Team Discraft's Chris Max Voigt threw an XS 712 feet (217.02 meters) for an official WFDF world record. - Chris Max Voigt