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“>Firebird: An overstable Fairway Driver that slices through the wind. Great for forehands, shots requiring major fade at the end of the flight, and force over S-lines.
The Destroyer is a fast, stable power driver with significant glide. A great disc for sidearm throwers and those with lots of power.
“>Destroyer: This fast and overstable High Speed Driver will hold up to extreme arm speeds and any wind conditions.
The Rainy Day
Tournament weekend is here and the rest of the field is bummed out about the dull weather. You, on the other hand, like your chances in the rain. You’ve got three dry towels, extra socks, and a bag of discs that will give you an edge over the competition.
The Nova is an overmold putt & approach disc that features a firm flight plate and soft grippy rim.
“>Nova: The soft, grippy rim of the XT Nova will help you pop your discs towards the target even when wet.
The Pig is great for hyzer putting. It’s predicable approach even in extreme wind conditions make the pig a must have disc for any skill level.
“>Pig: Our grippiest plastic on the market, R-Pro is perfect for rainy day rounds. The Pig will help you stick your approaches close, even in skippy, wet grass.
The Roc is the number one professional mid-range disc. It’s very reliable at the high speeds that pros throw. It ages slowly, becoming an excellent slow turning disc as it wears.
“>Roc: With a straight flight and consistent fade, lean on this Innova classic when the weather takes a turn for the worst. For some players, DX plastic is their go-to choice in the rain.
The TeeBird3 is faster with less glide, and has the same trusted turn and fade flight ratings as the original TeeBird.
“>TeeBird3: A faster, less-glidey version of our most popular Fairway Driver, the Teebird3 will help you land by the pin from the tee so you don’t have to worry about slippery footing on the approach.
The Wraith is a long and fast distance driver. A stable flyer that performs predictably into the wind.
“>Wraith: The Wraith is an on-course, max-distance disc for…
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