Who remembers these from '70s & '80s summers?
We can't get enough of the graphics. (And are honestly fighting the urge to hoard. them. all.)
In case you didn't know (we didn’t) “Late 19th-century students at Yale played catch with pie plates made by the nearby Frisbie Baking Company of Bridgeport, Connecticut. They yelled “Frisbie!” to warn passersby away from the spinning discs.” - NATIONAL SCHOOL OF PLAY
CAMP WANDAWEGA FLYING "DISC"LAIMER (get it): These are not the sturdiest of frisbees. They aren't professional level frisbees. What's the opposite of "will last forever"? These are simply meant to be enjoyed while they last & if you let your dog play with it, it won't last long!!
➕ Frisbee is 10" in diameter , 1.5" thick
➕ "Flying Wandawega Disk" printed on one side