Dynamic Discs

Lucid Evader


1 review
Disc Color: Purple
Disc Weight
In stock
The Evader is your new go-to fairway driver. It has controllable speed with excellent glide and enough stability to hold the line, even into the wind. The Evader's 7-speed means that you can count on it to fill the distance gap between your 5-speed midranges and 9-speed fairway drivers, like the Escape or the Getaway. The Evader is extremely versatile, and its consistent fade means that you can work it on anhyzer and know that it will get back to flat. If you're looking for a workhorse fairway driver, the Evader belongs in your bag.
Things you should know

Please note that product images may differ slightly from the actual product. Additionally, the shade of disc color may vary. For example, blue may range from baby blue to sky blue. Foil stamp colors are assorted unless otherwise stated.


The perfect combination of polymers produce some of the most beautiful and durable plastic in disc golf. This translucent blend can take a beating and maintain the original flight characteristics of the disc for many rounds of disc golf. The Lucid version of a disc will be slightly more overstable than the Fuzion version.

PDGA Specifications

Max Weight: 176 g
21.2 cm
1.9 cm
Rim Depth:
1.1 cm
Rim Thickness:
1.8 cm
Inside Rim Diameter:
17.5 cm
Rim Depth / Diameter Ratio:
Rim Configuration:
7.95 kg
Certification Number:
Approved Date:

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Ross McGuire
Not sure what to think of this disc

I'm not entirely sure of how I feel about this disc. The first one I got, I really liked. It had enough stability to put a decent amount of power into forehand throws, and flew straight enough to be really accurate with it. After losing that one, I've had a couple more and at times it seems like a really stable fairway driver, and at other times it flips like it's a fuse or something. I could just never get this disc to be consistent with flight paths so I couldn't figure out what spot to put it in my bag. To me this disc is like a worse Explorer or Teebird. But, I've had 3 and they all fly pretty different from each other.