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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. 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%
  3. If you’re into close encounters with the basket, look no further than the DX Alien, the declassified multipurpose disc that can send your game to the stars.How this large diameter disc feels: The upper half has a Sonic look and feel with its domey top and familiar fastback grooves. The bottom half though, is equipped with a thicker, more modern-day mid-range rim. The DX edition is extremely grippy.DX Alien Flight numbers: 4 / 2 / 0 / 1How it flies: With a flat release in fair conditions, the Alien flies straight 200-300 feet (depending on arm speed), and then torpedoes down – its signature move. Once its flight ends, it practically falls off the table.Because of its low carry, Innova Co Founder and Disc Inventor Dave Dunipace says the Alien is ideal for “Ranging,” meaning it does a better job landing where you aim.Versatile flightShort Drives | Mid Range Hyzer or Anhyzer | Backhand or Forehand approachesMultipurpose: Everyone can find a place for this disc even as a putter because this flying saucer loves to crash land in the chains.Great for:One disc rounds (for shorter courses)Drop and stop throws needed for island holes and other perilous landing areas.Touch anhyzer approaches, where there’s trouble behindFull power anny’s that comeback as faithfully as a Twilight Zone rerunsShort forehand approachesHow will I throw it? Experienced players with substantial power will enjoy manipulating the Alien for everything from short drives to baby approaches. For those with less arm speed may be surprised at the disc’s overstable finish, but once, but after some practice this disc will get lots of reps. Less experienced players should try it in DX plastic first.
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  4. The DX Destroyer is the easiest way to unlock the power of the world’s favorite distance driver. How it feels: Wide rimmed distance driver that feels as serious as it flies. Flight plate can range from fairly flat to a noticeable dome. DX Destroyer Flight numbers: 12 / 5 / -1 / 3 How the DX Destroyer flies: Boom goes the dynamite. The Destroyer is a very fast, very overstable distance driver meant for advanced players. Thrown with the proper amount of power, the Destroyer disc flies straight followed by a slight turn for incredible distance until its mighty fade brings it back to the ground. It has no problems with headwinds and once beat in, you can expect even greater distance. DX plastic: Provides good all-around, all-weather grip at a very affordable price. **If you haven’t thrown a Destroyer before, start with the DX edition first in a lighter weight. DX is the least overstable of Innova plastics and has the shortest break-in time, making this beefy disc easier to control.  The DX Destroyer is great for: Powerful backhand or forehand drives Intermediate players looking for an overstable driver Monster hyzer and flex shots Overhand huks Rainy rounds Click here to learn more about the DX Destroyer.
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    DX Destroyer
    $12.00
    Rating:
    92%
  5. The OG of golf discs is back. And this time it’s more beautiful than ever. Celebrate the disc that revolutionized disc golf with this 40th Anniversary Halo Aero.Notice: Stamp Color Combinations will vary. Halo effect will vary.So much history! It’s hard to think of this friendly approach disc as a  disc golf industry disruptor. But the Aero (which was known as the Eagle back then) certainly was that, making discs and many courses used at the time obsolete. The Aero has been retooled some since then, but it’s essentially the same large diameter disc that helped changed the game into a sport.  How the Innova Aero flies: The Aero is a stable to understable putt and approach disc that can be your ace in the hole for tricky, finesse approaches where a clear line may not be present. It’s got off the charts glide and no turn or fade, which means it can float along your line seemingly forever. And, without a whole lot of effort. Expect more glide and overstability with Halo Star discs compared to their Star counterpart.Halo Aero Flight Numbers: 3 / 6 / 0 / 0Use the Aero for:Straight and narrow approachesGentle turnoversOne disc roundsTight situations with little run up spaceBeginners learning the gameThe Halo Disc Process: The unique two-tone injection process results in beautiful, durable discs with a “Halo” rim that is a distinctly different color than the flight plate.
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  6. The Halo Beast gives you monster distance without the bite that comes from more overstable distance drivers.Notice: Stamp Color Combinations will vary. Halo effect will vary.How the Beast flies: Don’t let the name scare you off, the stable to understable Beast is one of the more accessible distance drivers in the Innova stable. A pioneering wide-rimmed driver, the Beast has big glide and moderate fade for smooth ‘S’ shots when thrown anhyzer and is still able to hold a line when needed. Expect more glide and overstability with Halo Star discs compared to their Star counterpart.Halo Beast Flight Numbers: 10 / 5 / -2 / 2Use the Beast for:Open hole smashesA first distance driverClean forehand linesA more understable substitute for a Wraith or ChargerTailwindsOne thing’s for sure, this Beast is no burden to throw!The Halo Disc Process: The unique two-tone injection process results in beautiful, durable discs with a “Halo” rim that is a distinctly different color than the flight plate.
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  7. Dazzling in appearance, the Halo Firebird still has an abundance of overstability that players crave. Backhand. Forehand. Overhand. However you throw it, this disc delivers.Notice: Stamp Color Combinations will vary. Halo effect will vary.Stock UP! The long-awaited release of stock Halo Star models is here!How the Innova Halo Firebird flies: For those with power, the Firebird provides a straight flight followed by a substantial fade (or hook) back to the ground for medium to short drives. Expect the Halo Firebird to be more overstable than its Star plastic counterpart.The Halo Process: The unique two-tone injection process results in beautiful, durable discs with a “Halo” rim that is a distinctly different color than the flight plate.Halo Firebird Flight Numbers: 9 / 3 / 0 / 4 Learn more about the Halo Star Firebird here. 
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