By: marty.hapner | January 04, 2016

SAKURA
 

First came the "Classic Roc". So named now because it set a benchmark for all discs from that time and for all discs yet to come. The Roc was born from the days of San Marino engraving and Innova setting the standards for consummate play and disc golf 
The special Sakura or "Cherry Blossom" disc art brings to the disc golf world one of Japan's oldest traditions. The Cherry Blossom is a rite of Spring, or the coming of a season filled with tranquility and happiness. Known in Japan as Sakura or Hanami, the Japanese enjoy the new years' warm weather in the shade of this peaceful setting which can only be found in Japan. In a very limited release, you can own one of these discs surely to be a collector's favorite.

(30) Star (WHITE) San Marino Roc ~ 150Cl
- with Pink leaf and Brown trunk foil combination

(25) Star (WHITE) San Marino Roc ~ 150Cl
- with Gold leaf and Black trunk foil combination

(25) Champion (BLACK) San Marino Roc ~ 150Cl
- with Silver leaf and Gold trunk foil combination

(5) Star (BLACK) San Marino Roc ~ 150Cl
- with Pearl leaf and Ghost trunk foil combination

(22) Champion (BLACK) San Marino Roc ~ 150Cl
- with Pearl leaf and Ghost trunk foil combination

(58) Champion (dark- not black) San Marino Roc ~ 150Cl
- with Gold leaf and Silver trunk foil combination

(49) Champion (light color) San Marino Roc ~ 150Cl
- with Green leaf and Brown trunk foil combination

 

Release numbers for Kabuki Fierce Face:

150 Class White Star Roc ~ 50

150 Class Swirly Star Roc ~ 50

150 Class Gold Star Roc ~ 25

150 Class Silver Star Roc ~ 25

150 Class Black Star Roc ~ 20

Category: Holy Grails! 

Tags: Japan Open