Whats your favorite CLYW colorway?


#1

Mine is either abominable snowman or goose bay.


#2

28 stories. Looks amazing, but the 1st run 28s Peak was the best.


#3

http://yoyoexpert.com/forums/index.php/topic,19163.0.html


#4

og peaks! or 28s


#5

Why in the world did you link that? It hasn’t been posted in since August!?!? You sren’t supposed to  bring back posts after I believe 2 weeks
But i love the jack rabbit it’s amazing.


#6

Yes, but that doesn’t apply to threads like this. If a BST thread hasn’t been active for months, why offer? But on a thread that’s just for fun and aren’t about immediate news, new posts are just as relevant.


#7

Hulk smash!!!


#8

Well, it kinda depends.

First, the 28 stories, that looks good to me, period. Any model, it looks good. My Wooly Marmot and Campfire uses that and it looks really nice.

I have a mixed halves Gnarwal, it’s a good player but ugly coming and going.

The Shark vs Shark on my BVM I kinda like.

My bassalope this acid wash thing going on.

My Avalanche is a Matterhorn colorway. While it’s in my opinion perfect for what it’s on.

My 2nd Run Peak is polished. I generally like this though. Simple, classic, shiny.

I gotta go with the 28 stories if I had to pick a colorway. Shiny base with the sparing splash over the top. Nice and not over-done. Ideally, I’d prefer them to do solid colors, but I like simple.

One thing about a lot of the CLYW colorways is that you really need to see them up close, in your hand still, thrown and spinning to really see it to make a really good decision one way or another. I really don’t care for most of the CLYW colorways, but since I went off BST, I kinda gotta choose from what’s being made available. I can’t say I’m displeased with any of the yoyos. My gnarwal, which I dislike the colorway the most, is the one I play the second most after the Avalanche, of the CLYW’s I use. I’m playing based on performance.


#9

Wolf Lake, Smokey Lake.


#10

bip bop chief


#11

Ya me too I also love 28 stories but mostly the one for the wolly marmot