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  1. Innova Jay - Star Mid Range - First RunMake some noise with your mid range game while keeping your competition whisper quiet with the stable and straight Innova Jay.How the Star Jay feels: The Jay is a low profile, large diameter mid range with a microbead on the rim. It’s got a flat flight plate that feels right at home in your hand.Flight numbers: 5 / 4 / 0 / 1How this Innova mid range flies: If you like frozen ropes with a gradual fade make some room in your bag for the Jay. It’s similar to the Lion or Shark, but with less of an overstable bite at the end. The Jay disc follows the line you put it on no matter which way you release it.“If you like point and shoot and you don’t want to beat the snot out of your Roc3 to get it. Out of the box you got it right here,” said disc creator Dave Dunipace.How will I throw it? Thrown flat, intermediate disc golfers will experience a dependable, gentle fade after a significantly straight flight. Power throwers will experience similarly straight flights but with a mild turn midway through.Choose this disc: If you are trying to fill a certain hole in your bag between a Roc3 and Mako3 then the Jay is your bird.
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  2. 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!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, as if it’s been hitting the gym.Innova Toro Flight numbers: 4 / 2 / 1 / 3We 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.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.
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  3. The Innova Charger is a slightly overstable maximum distance driver that unloads a big hit on the fairway. At a blistering 13 speed, it separates itself from the herd in a hurry! *Limited First Run Proto stamp. How it feels: Noticeable dome. Wide rim in premium Star plastic provides lots of prime mutton to grip.Innova Charger Flight numbers:  13 / 5 / -1 / 2How the Charger flies: During mild and tailwind conditions you’ll experience a very fast, straight flight, followed by slight turn, and ending with a hefty fade. Go ahead and force it anhyzer. It will still come out. Watch the Charger valiantly fight back during medium-force headwind shots. Overall, it’s a very tightly tuned disc.For you sidearm specialists, give it a go. Put a little stank on it without the worry of a cut roll.What it can do for your game: Regain your confidence in a full sendRely on it equally for backhand and forehand bombsHow will I throw it? The Charger is designed for advanced skilled players. Average caliber arms will benefit from long flights with formidable fade out of the box. And expect even longer flights once it beats in. Big arms will be able to use this disc as a utility distance driver from the get-go.Great for: Long hzyer shotsBig forced anhyzersSidearm specialistsSkip shotsPick up an Innova Charger if … A beat-in Shryke turns over too easily, but you’re not interested in the extra beef of a Destroyer or Boss.
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