The Sea Otter in Landslide is the go to putter for those “must make” putts. This putter may also find itself as your favorite throwing putter! With having a good fade and little to no turn, it will hold its line for those tight approach shots or accurate shots off the tee.
Speed: 2 Glide: 3 Turn: 0 Fade: 2
Custom engineered blend of plastic that produces a durable, grippy disc great for both feel & performance! This polymer offers one of the best in hand feel for a disc in the sport! This plastic blend offers amazing grip and feel even under the harshest of conditions weather it be, rain, snow or shine. We use a special blend of thermoplastic vulcanized rubber (TPV), this provides almost a car tire like feel.
This disc comes in a mid flex. Not too firm and not too soft.
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- The sea otter is a marine mammal native to the coasts of the northern and eastern North Pacific Ocean. Adult sea otters typically weigh between 14 and 45 kg, making them the heaviest members of the weasel family, but among the smallest marine mammals.Eaten by: Great white sharkConservation status: Endangered (Population decreasing) Encyclopedia of LifeScientific name: Enhydra lutrisSpeed: 5.6 mph (Maximum, In The Water)Lifespan: 15 – 20 years (In the wild), 10 – 15 years (In the wild)Mass: 49 – 99 lbs (Adult), 31 – 73 lbs (Adult)Length: 3.9 – 4.9 ft., 3.3 – 4.6 ft.
Southern sea otters (Enhydra lutris nereis), also known as California sea otters, were listed as threatened in 1977 under the Endangered Species Act. Reduced range and population size, vulnerability to oil spills, and oil spill risk from coastal tanker traffic were the primary reasons for listing.
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Micah Milam (verified owner) –
This disc, especially in landslide, is a game changer. With its thin profile and slightly overstable flight this disc can be put on any line and get the job done. Also has some sneaky glide. All around this disc is fantastic.
Dale Fillpot (verified owner) –
Love the grippy nature of this disc. This is a good disc for putting or throwing (lava). The depth and feel really worked well for me when angling the disc for different shot shapes and held the line. Further, putting with sharp anhyzer around trees would not flip to a hyzer, but would predictably flip to flat slowly and flop without rolling. My go to putter nowadays.
Parker Derr (verified owner) –
Great putter, I’d say in the hand it feels like a slightly shallower and flatter p2. The landslide plastic is super gripper with an almost rubber feel.
Andrew Garrison (verified owner) –
I’ve always liked flat putters and the sea otter fits that bill. I find that the plastic has the perfect grippiness for a spin putt and it is a putter that flies true. I can definitely trust the sea otter for all of my putting needs. The sea otter is going to be replacing my hummingbirds as my main putting putters.
lundahl1991 (verified owner) –
best putter on the marked
slmcnei3 (verified owner) –
Extremely grippy, great hand feel, and a great stamp.
AJ (verified owner) –
This disc is SOOO good! I currently own 3 of them in the landslide plastic, 2 blue for putting only and 1 pink one that I throw with. Let me tell you this thing goes STRAIGHT! It’ll hold ever line I put it on and always nestles nicely. If you’re looking for a little more overstability, just go get you one in the Nuclear plastic. It GLOWS! Being able to add different shots with the same mold has been crucial to my improvement in this sport.
ecowarrior79 (verified owner) –
This putter is excellent. Holds any line and fits great in the hand. I normally prefer a bead on my putters but the grip of the lava plastic compensates for getting great control without a bead.
Alexander Carducci (verified owner) –
The landslide Sea Otter is my go to putter. Great grip, feels good in the hand and has a reliable fade. Absolutely love this disc!
Randall Salazar (verified owner) –
I love the landside sea otter. Its a great approach disc as well as a great putter. I plan on getting more in different molds.