Stamp color will vary. Shade of disc may vary.
The new era of Dynamic Discs plastic rolls on with our First Run Classic Supreme Judge—the second mold released in our game-changing Supreme Series.
This brand-new disc pays homage to our original Judge putter while embracing the game-changing features of our Classic Supreme plastic—a plastic line engineered to give today's players the superior grip and durability they expect from a quality disc.
Grab a First Run Classic Supreme Judge today and let its sturdy feel and great grip give you a competitive advantage off the tee or inside the circle.
Speed: 2 Glide: 4 Turn: 0 Fade: 1Max Weight: 176gAbout Classic Supreme:
Classic Supreme is the grippy putt and approach plastic in our Supreme Line. The combination of a sturdy feel and great grip gives you an edge in your putt and approach game.
No matter the weather, players can always depend on their Classic Supreme plastic putters to give them the advantage they need to conquer the course.
NexEdge Technology - No More Flashing!
The days of sharp flashing are over, thanks to NexEdge Technology, a disc-tooling process perfected by Latitude64. As a result, every Supreme Series disc features a smooth finish along the outer and bottom edges for maximum comfort on every throw.
NexFeel Technology - Feeling Is Believing
Supreme feels like a dream thanks to NexFeel technology, a dynamic finishing process reserved exclusively for this premium plastic. As a result, Supreme Series discs feature the enhanced grip, optimum feel, and matchless level of flex players need when they want to perform at their best.
Question: Since these utilize the same names, are the exact same molds being used?
Answer: All molds in the Supreme Series will be brand new with design inspiration from the original molds that you have known to love and trust. These molds will take advantage of the Supreme Series' advanced production technologies so there will be minor differences to the mold that may or may not be noticeable. These molds will feature different engraving on the bottom as well setting them apart even further.