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Champion

With its high durability, high performance, and beautiful clear or pearlescent appearance, you’ll continue to enjoy these discs long after its first flight. Long-time disc golfers swear by these discs that are generally considered more stable than Innova’s other plastics. Like the Champion but could use lighter weights? Try Blizzard.

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  1. The Innova Firebird is our most popular upwind distance driver. The Firebird’s combination of superior speed and stability make it possible to throw drives into the wind with confidence. An excellent disc for throwing long range flex shots. A favorite of sidearm and overhead throwers, too. This disc is designed for professional level players.
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  1. This popular high-speed, max-glide distance driver is perfect for pinning down birdies. A mild high-speed turn—slightly less than the Star version—puts the Shryke in glide mode giving it great distance potential. Low speed fade is mild, allowing players to keep the Shryke in the fairway.
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  2. The XCaliber is extremely fast with glide and stability. The XCaliber achieves maximum distance when thrown low, flat, and hard. This is the one for confident bombs in windy conditions. The XCaliber has the stability to let the biggest arms throw with full power. Great disc for sidearm throwers and those with lots of power. Can handle headwinds and throws with off axis torque. Definitely not designed for beginning players.
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  3. In lighter weights the Valkyrie gives new players extra distance. Lighter weights also give players extreme range when thrown downwind, while maximum weights can give excellent upwind distance. The Valkyrie’s high speed turn and flight characteristics make it great choice for long range turnover shots and rollers.
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  4. The Thunderbird comes from strong bloodlines. With the stability of a TeeBird and the speed of a Valkyrie, it can be described as a seasoned Firebird with less fade. The Thunderbird is predictable in wind and a great long range placement driver.  Pros will appreciate the shot shaping ability of this driver while less expericed players will find a consistant, predictable flight. 
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    Rating:
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  5. The Sidewinder is a fast flyer with a predictable high speed turn and lots of glide. This disc can add distance to anyone’s drive, but is especially useful for those with less power. The Sidewinder is our best disc for long turnover shots and long distance rollers. Even disc golfers who have never had much success throwing a roller shot, will be amazed at the results they can achieve with the Sidewinder.
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    Rating:
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  6. The Innova Firebird is our most popular upwind distance driver. The Firebird’s combination of superior speed and stability make it possible to throw drives into the wind with confidence. An excellent disc for throwing long range flex shots. A favorite of sidearm and overhead throwers, too. This disc is designed for professional level players.
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    Champion Firebird
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    Rating:
    96%
  7. You need a long-range driver to take on the wind—or a power forehand? Reach for the Innova Champion Invictus. Referred to as a "faster Firebird", the Invictus is unequaled for long-range throws into a headwind.  No matter if you have lots of power or an average amount, you'll be able to really crank this disc without any worry of turning it over.  Great for:  Long-range forehands. Headwind distance drives. Extreme hyzer throws.
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  8. The TeeBird3 is faster with less glide, and has the same trusted turn and fade flight ratings as the original TeeBird.     The TeeBird3 represents the evolution of the TeeBird. Many people have described a lot of discs as a "faster TeeBird", but this is the real deal. The flat flight plate promotes speed while reducing glide, effectively producing consistent, accurate flights. This is a point and shoot, target specific fairway driver.
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  9. 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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  10. 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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  11. 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! Just ask Calvin Heimburg. It’s his first signature stock disc!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, like 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.Calvin’s First Signature Disc: Heimburg says it neatly fills the overstable spot in between the 2-speed Rhyno and the 5.5-speed Caiman. It’s slow speed works ideally for shorter forehand approaches, especially in the wood, he says.The Toro disc is 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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