The Innova Toro is a great feeling overstable mid range disc that’s sure to win-over power players in any arena. And that's no bull! Just ask Calvin Heimburg. It’s his first signature stock disc!
How this batch feels: A beadless and small diameter disc, the Toro, has the low profile and comfortable feel of a Rat. However, the Rim of the Toro is much beefier, like it’s been hitting the gym.
Innova Toro Flight numbers: 4 / 2 / 1 / 3
We haven’t had a disc with a High Speed Turn of +1 since the Viper was on the shelf.
How it flies: Developed with the input of power player Calvin Heimburg, the Toro was built to handle anything you put on it for short to medium length back hand or forehand shots. “Massive torque resistance,” is how Innova co-founder and disc inventor Dave Dunipace describes the Toro’s flight, which in layman’s terms means it’s an ox of a disc.
Calvin’s First Signature Disc: Heimburg says it neatly fills the overstable spot in between the 2-speed Rhyno and the 5.5-speed Caiman. It’s slow speed works ideally for shorter forehand approaches, especially in the wood, he says.
The Toro disc is great for:
- Brute force medium length forehand and backhand drives and approaches.
- Headwind shots without a second thought.
- Short-distance S-curves.
- Slow-panning anhyzers.
How will I throw it? Experienced players with big-time power will find an immediate spot for the Toro. Those with average and less power will use it for specific shots like the forehand (especially if other mid range discs turn over) or days with heavy winds.