Durango Boot

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About Durango Boot

  • Wham-O product used: Frisbee

Durango boot (or simply Durango or Boot) is a competitive, non-contact sport that makes use of a flying disc (known popularly by the trademark Frisbee), somewhat similar to Ultimate. The name Durango comes from the fact that the sport was first played in Durango, Colorado. The first players used boots to mark the field, so "boot" was added to the name. The game is played by two teams on a field with two cones set close together at either end. It is optimally played with three players on each side. A disc is flipped, heads or tails is called, and the winner starts on offense. The objective of the offense is to try to get into position to knock over a cone. If the player fails to complete a throw, or a stall count of 6 is reached, it is a turnover. The thrower does not need to be marked for the stall count to occur. On a turnover, the defense becomes the offense, but has to take the disc to the "take-back zone" before they can attempt to score. Games are generally played to 3 points, with three games in a series. Most of the original rules are intact, with the following exceptions/amendments: There is only one scoring cone per side, generally a Nalgene bottle. To score you must knock

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