Innova Overmold

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  1. Straight flights are easier than you think with the Innova Champion Atlas, the unique mid range that fuses two different plastics together. How the Champion Atlas feels: In the hand, it has a thin, shallow rim that’s packed with a lot of grip. The flight plate is stiff. Dome ranges from modest to noticeable. Champion Atlas Flight Numbers: 5 / 4 / 0 / 1 How the Atlas flies: The Atlas is a neutral flying large diameter mid range disc that’s easy to learn and even easier to fall in love with. Practically any line is within reach of this disc, provided the wind isn’t too severe. The Atlas benefits aren’t limited to the sky either. Its overmold design allows for flat landings in most cases, which limits harsh skips off the fairway. After tree hits, the length of deflections are also minimized. More about Champion Overmold: Innova’s overmold marries two separate plastic pieces together, so you never have to choose between grip and performance. In the case of the Champion Atlas, a grippy Star plastic rim is combined with a firm Champion flight plate. The Atlas features four 'compass points' located on the underside of the disc, which are used for rim molding. There’s no need to question the disc's durability because the two materials are welded together.  The Champion Atlas flies more stable than the Star edition. Great for: Straight medium length drives and approaches Touch hyzer and anhyzer forehands Immediate hyzer flips One-disc rounds. How will I throw it?: Beginner to intermediate players will see straight flights with a moderate fade at flight’s end, especially in lighter weights. Lots of versatility available here as well. Advanced players will experience straight to turnover flights from the get-go, but may overpower the disc on occasion.
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    Champion Atlas
    $20.00
    Rating:
    100%
  2. Directions to the green are straight forward with the Innova Star Atlas, the easy to handle mid range with tons of grip and utility. How the Star Atlas disc feels: In the hand, it has a thin, shallow rim that’s packed with a lot of grip. Flight plate is modestly firm (less firm than the Champion or XT editions. Dome ranges from modest to noticeable. Star Atlas Flight Numbers: 5 / 4 / 0 / 1 How the Atlas flies: The Atlas is a neutral flying large diameter mid range disc that’s easy to learn and even easier to fall in love with. Practically any line is within reach of this disc, provided the wind isn’t too severe. The Atlas benefits aren’t limited to the sky either. Its overmold design allows for a flat landing in most cases, which limits harsh skips off the fairway. After tree hits, the length of deflections are also minimized. More about Star Overmold: With Innova’s overmold, which marries two separate plastic pieces together, you never have to choose between grip and performance. In the case of the Star Atlas, a grippy Star plastic rim is combined with a separate Star flight plate. The Atlas features four 'compass points' located on the underside of the disc, which are used for rim molding. There’s no need to question the disc's durability because the two materials are welded together. The Star Atlas flies slightly more understable than the Champion edition. Great for: Straight medium length drives and approaches Touch hyzer and anhyzer forehands Immediate hyzer flips One-disc rounds. How will I throw it?: Beginner to intermediate players will see straight flights with a moderate fade at flight’s end, especially in lighter weights. Lots of versatility available here as well. Advanced players will experience straight to turnover flights from the get-go, but may overpower the disc on occasion.
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    Star Atlas
    $20.00
    Rating:
    80%
  3. Getting lost off the fairway is a thing of the past with the Innova XT Atlas at your side. It’s the mid range that’s built to stay on the straight and narrow. How the XT Atlas disc feels: In the hand, it has a thin, shallow rim that’s packed with tons of grip. The flight plate is moderately stiff, but has more give Champion edition. Noticeable dome in most cases. XT Atlas Flight Numbers: 5 / 4 / 0 / 1 How the Atlas flies: The Atlas is a neutral flying large diameter mid range disc that’s easy to learn and even easier to fall in love with. Practically any line is within reach of this disc, provided the wind isn’t too severe. The Atlas benefits aren’t limited to the sky either. Its overmold design allows for flat landing in most cases, which limits harsh skips off the fairway. After tree hits, the length of deflections are also minimized. More about XT Overmold: With Innova’s overmold, which marries two separate plastic pieces together, you never have to choose between grip and performance. In the case of the XT Atlas, a grippy Pro plastic rim is combined with a XT plastic flight plate. The Atlas features four 'compass points' located on the underside of the disc, which are used for rim molding. There’s no need to question the disc's durability because the two materials are welded together. Great for: Straight medium length drives and approaches Touch hyzer and anhyzer forehands Immediate hyzer flips One-disc rounds. How will I throw it?: Beginner to intermediate players will see straight flights with a moderate fade at flight’s end, especially in lighter weights. Lots of versatility available here as well. Advanced players will experience straight to turnover flights from the get-go, but may overpower the disc on occasion.
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    XT Atlas
    $16.00
    Rating:
    97%

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Looking for a disc with enhanced performance? Check out Innova Overmold discs! These feature a two-part construction with a central core and a molded outer rim, improving balance and durability. The overmold technology allows for precise weight distribution, enhancing stability and control. Perfect for players seeking an edge in their game, Innova Overmold discs deliver accuracy and performance. Discover the precision of Innova Overmold for your next game!