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  1. You don’t need to wait for a full moon to summon the beast inside you. Just reach for the Innova Pumpkin Star IT. IT will have you howling with delight as soon as you release IT.How this batch of Star IT feels: Minimal to moderate dome typical of the IT disc. No need for claws here. Smooth Star plastic with ample grip.More about this Innova Halloween Design: At Innova, we appreciate all of Halloween’s characters including the werewolf, which is making its first appearance on an Innova Halloween disc since the 2018 I-Dye offering. In this year’s edition, the werewolf is clearly roaring with gusto after nailing a birdie on a hauntingly hard par 4. As for whether or not he’ll be hunting humans after the round, we cannot say.More about the Star IT: The IT is a finesse fairway driver similar to a beat-in Leopard or Roadrunner that’s big on glide, turn, and usability. It is ideal for turnovers that stay turned and effortless Hyzer Flips. Great for newer players or those with lower arm speed.Tis the Season: Our Innova pumpkins are a disc golf Halloween tradition. Before you break the bank on Halloween candy, make sure you’ve got a pumpkin on the way.
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    2023 Werewolf Star IT
    $19.00
    Rating:
    100%
  2. If disc dyeing is a big part of your game, get your hands on these all-white Innova Star Chargers with a bottom stamp. It’s the first step to a multi-colored masterpiece. 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 / 2 More about the disc: Disc dyers are always searching out white Star discs to add a custom dye. We’ve got em’ for you and we’ve made your job even easier by putting the stamp on the bottom. How 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. The Charger is great for: Long hzyer shots Big forced anhyzers Sidearm specialists Skip shots
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  3. 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%
  4. If you’re a power player, the Champion Eagle really allows you to sink your claws into the course. Trust it with backhand or forehand throws when there’s a line that has to be hit. How it feels: Classic fairway driver feel with smaller rim. Most stock Eagles are available in the X mold, which has a small bead along rim. Champion Eagle Flight numbers: 7 / 4 / -1 / 3 Flight Path: The Eagle is an overstable fairway driver, that’s a notch less overstable than the Firebird. It can handle power and still remain true to the line it was thrown upon. Expect a noticeable fade with every throw long into its life. It’s a favorite among top pros for its day in, day out reliability and outstanding longevity, especially in premium plastics. Champion plastic: Provides the best durability of all Innova plastics and is among the most overstable as well. Champion’s main drawback is its grip in inclement weather. The Champion Eagle is great for: Backhand or Forehand power drives A trusty beat-in driver Headwinds Flex shots
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    Champion Eagle
    $18.00
    Rating:
    92%
  5. Accurate any way you throw it: The Innova Hawkeye is more than just a straight shooter, it also excels in the utility department. Put it to the test with a thread-the-needle turnover or a slow and steady hyzer. You won’t be disappointed. Plus, it’s the perfect power up when you’re mid range is feeling out-gunned.Innova Hawkeye Flight Numbers: 7/ 5/-1/ 1"This is a disc for staying on the fairway," says Innova co-founder and disc developer, Dave Dunipace.How will I throw it?: Novice to intermediate players will find the Hawkeye provides medium length straight drives with moderate to mild fade. Those with substantial power will see very straight long flights with minimal fade or straight flights with late turn. 
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  6. The Innova IT is the round ready understable fairway driver available in super durable Champion plastic. It’s big on glide and instant usability.How the IT feels: The underside of the rim is more rounded than other Innova fairway drivers and the top has a healthy amount of dome.How the IT disc flies: A finesse fairway driver similar to a beat-in Leopard or Roadrunner that’s big on glide, turn, and usability. It is all you need if you’re looking to make silky smooth anhyzers and hzyer flips.Champion IT Flight Numbers: 7 / 6 / -2 / 1Kinds of shots IT excels at:Turnovers that stay turned (IT’s turn is gentler than discs like the Mamba)Effortless Hyzer FlipsTunnel shots / Tight alleyways / Tough to hit gapsStandstill shotsRollersWho should throw IT?Intermediate to advanced players looking for a dependably understable disc.Older players looking to regain that deft touch.Women and newer players in search of an easy to throw sharp shooter.
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    Champion It
    $18.00
    Rating:
    100%
  7. Innova Jay - Champion Mid Range DiscThe Innova Jay makes must-have straight shots routine. With mild fade at the flight’s end, this point and shoot disc will have you routinely nesting upon the green.How it 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. **The Champion Jay is slightly stiffer than the Star edition.Flight numbers: 5 / 4 / 0 / 1How it 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 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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  8. Fairways don't seem so tight when you have the straight flying Innova Champion Mako3 – the incredibly useful mid range disc that’ll take over your bag. How the Mako3 disc feels: The Mako3’s thin rim makes grip and release natural for any sized hands. And, after only a few throws your body will instinctively reach for it. Dome can range from pretty flat to noticeable. Champion Mako3 Flight Numbers: 5 / 5 / 0 / 0 How the Mako3 flies: The Mako3 is a neutral flying large diameter mid range disc, and it is perhaps the easiest disc to fly straight from the get-go. It’s got excellent glide and minimal fade at flight’s end. For moderate conditions, especially in the woods, the Mako3 can easily be your most used disc for medium length drives and approaches. Very versatile, especially for any must-hit-gap shot. Champion plastic is among Innova’s most durable plastics. Expect years of use with little change in flight characteristics. However, it is also among Innova’s least grippy plastics. In terms of stability, Champion plastic is among Innova’s most overstable plastics. Great for: Consistently straight medium length drives and approaches 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. As they become more accustomed to the disc, they will experience an even straighter finish. Advanced players will see very straight flights from the start and as it ages it will become more and more of a turnover disc.
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    Champion Mako3
    $18.00
    Rating:
    92%

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Looking for a disc that maintains a direct line? Check out Innova's lineup of straight-flying discs! Designed for precision and consistency, these discs are perfect for players who value accuracy over long distances. Whether you're threading tight fairways or hitting narrow gaps, Innova's straight-flying discs deliver reliable, unwavering flight paths. Master your straight shots with Innova and keep your game on target!