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  1. The RocX3 is the most torque-resistant Roc yet. A low profile and a hefty rim create extra control, making it the ideal Mid-Range for windy conditions and forehand throws. Power players will love the control.  
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    Champion RocX3
    $18.00
    Rating:
    90%
  2. Like the way the Innova Rollo flies? Lock it in for seemingly forever with the ultra durable Champion plastic. This understable midrange is a wonder at hyzer flips and rollers. How the Rollo disc feels: Slight rim with small bead at rim’s underside. It’s like a cross between a Stingray and a Wombat3. Dome can range from fairly flat to noticeable. Rollo Flight Numbers: 5 / 6 / -4 / 1 How the Rollo flies: The Rollo is a very understable large diameter mid range disc that’s designed to roll for most skill levels. Not only does this disc roll with ease, it excels at hyzer flips and as a late turning disc (Just apply ample hzyer and you’re golden). AM’s will love this disc not only for its rolling abilities, but also for its ability to get out of trouble when space is tight in the woods. 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: Teebox rollers, standstill rollers. Controlled mid shots Immediate hyzer flips Super easy backhand anhyzers How will I throw it?: Beginners will experience easy-going straight shots, especially in lower weights. However, Champion plastic will be challenging to roll for those with low power (Try DX or Star plastic first). In lighter to mid level weights, Intermediate players will have success with hyzer flips, anhyzers and medium length rollers. In heavier weights, Advanced players will find the Rollo useful for long rollers and late turning backhands. However, players with high arm speed will likely be too powerful for this disc, even in the more overstable Champion plastic.
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  3. Innova Roc3 - DX Mid Range DiscA notch faster than the revered Roc, the Innova Roc3 is an overstable mid range that excels at controlled approaches and medium length drives.How the DX Roc3 feels: The DX Roc3 has the same lower profile feel as the Champion and Star editions, but with the ample grip that DX plastic provides. Roc3 Flight Numbers: 5 / 4 / 0 / 3More about the Roc3: The Roc3 holds a line in a variety of wind conditions and has a predictable fade.Should I throw the Roc3? Experienced players with average+ power will get the most use out of this beefy mid range disc. However those with less power will find success in lighter weights for shots that call for substantial fade 
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    DX Roc3
    $12.00
    Rating:
    94%
  4. Everyone can experience the joy of the roller throw with the super understable Innova DX Rollo mid range disc. It’s available in light weights which are perfect for beginners. How the Rollo disc feels: Slight rim with small bead at rim’s underside. It’s like a cross between a Stingray and a Wombat3. Dome can range from fairly flat to noticeable. Rollo Flight Numbers: 5 / 6 / -4 / 1 How the Rollo flies: The Rollo is a very understable large diameter mid range disc that’s designed to roll for most skill levels. Not only does this disc roll with ease, it excels at hyzer flips and as a late turning disc (Just apply ample hzyer and you’re golden). AM’s will love this disc not only for its rolling abilities, but also for its ability to get out of trouble when space is tight in the woods. DX plastic For mid range discs, many players start with DX plastic and never stop. Its ample, all-weather grip and quick break-in time is incredibly tough to beat. Plus, it’s very affordable. When it comes to stability, it’s the least overstable of Innova plastics (which benefits beginners). Great for: Those without a sidearm Low ceiling shots Those who haven’t had much luck with the roller in the past Standstill scrambles Late turning backhands (when ample hyzer is applied) How will I throw it?: DX plastic is the best place to start if you want to start throwing rollers as a Beginner, especially in the lightest DX Rollo weights. Beginners will also marvel at the immediate shop shaping available with this disc. Intermediate players will have the same experience, but should try heavier weights, possibly even max weight. Advanced players will likely overpower this disc.
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