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  1. Players have asked for a forehand-specific approach disc and we’ve responded. Meet the Innova Rat. It’s a low-profile, beadless mid-range that flies fast out of the hand. Add the flat top and the Rat could be the most comfortable sidearm approach disc around. Rip it forehand and it’ll fly straight with a predictable fade at the tail end. The backhand grip feels just as good with a flight just as predictable. Bonus: It’s a good option for headwind approach shots.
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    Star Rat
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    Rating:
    79%
  2. Zero fade, now in DX. The DX Wombat3 Mid-Range will burrow its way down straight and narrow fairways. Straight shots finish straight and gentle turnovers hold their lines. The VTech rim and lower profile create the right mix of torque resistance for precise sidearm throws. Now available in DX plastic, the Wombat3 has the all-weather grip and consistent wear expected in our DX lineup.
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    DX Wombat3
    $12.00
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    Rating:
    92%
  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
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    Rating:
    94%
  4. The Wolf is an understable mid-range disc designed for making medium range straight and turnover shots. It features the patented INNOVA Thumtrac® for added grip and reliability. The Wolf allows any player to learn anhyzer shots with very little effort. A great feeling disc that is easy to release. The Wolf is great in the woods and also makes an excellent mid range roller disc.
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    DX Wolf
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    Rating:
    80%
  5. One of Innova's most popular discs among pros, it is stable at high speeds and slightly overstable at lower speeds. A great all around, goes where you throw it golf disc. Good into the wind. This is one disc that gets better as it ages.
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    KC Pro Roc
    $15.00
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    Rating:
    98%
  6. The Shark is the perfect mid-range disc for players of all skill levels. It is great for predictable straight, hyzer or anhyzer drives and approach shots, plus you can even putt with it. Beginners will benefit from the smooth rim and consistent release. It has good carry and makes long approaches easy to reach.
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    DX Shark
    $12.00
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    Rating:
    88%
  7. The Roc is simply the best, most versatile mid-range disc ever made. It provides accuracy at any range. This disc can take and hold the angle of release, even into a headwind. It can be used for driving, upshots, straight shots, hyzer shots or anhyzers.The Roc ages gradually and predictably. If you’re not sure what disc to throw, choose the Roc; just like most pros.
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    DX Roc
    $12.00
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    Rating:
    97%
  8. This Mid-Range disc is the perfect solution for anyone who wants a straight flyer with very limited fade. Plus, it's slightly faster than the original Mako. Players will like the Mako3's glide for added distance. The easy to grip and release rim offers clean consistent releases. The Mako3 is a great disc for one disc rounds.
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    Star Mako3
    $19.00
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    Rating:
    93%
  9. Made from our tough and high performing Star plastic, the Innova Star Roc has all of the qualities you love about the DX or KC Pro Roc, but in a material that lasts even longer. In the air, this large diameter mid range holds the line, even in unpredictable wind conditions. Expect a dependable fade at the flight’s end as well. If you are into Rocs, start thinking about adding the Star Roc to your bag now. *Rancho Roc mold.  More reasons to consider the Star Roc: Great tool for fairway advancement / placement, especially for players with noticeable power. Has enough beef to handle open / semi open courses.
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  10. Put the sizzle in your approach or mid range game with the incomparable Innova Pig, the overstable wonder that will have you snorting its praises after each throw. **Mid Range Classification Update. Originally deemed a 3-speed putt and approach disc, the Pig disc has been re-evaluated to a 4-speed and is now grouped as an Innova mid range disc. The Pig disc itself has not changed. More on the Pig from Innova: Overstable as all get out, the Pig makes headwind approaches and moderate-length spikes a walk in the park – or pig pen. It is great for hyzer putting and full power forehand strikes to the basket. The Pig features a Thumtrac® Rim for sure grips on sidearm throws and putts.
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  11. Innova Jay - Star Mid Range - First RunMake some noise with your mid range game while keeping your competition whisper quiet with the stable and straight Innova Jay.How the Star Jay 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.Flight numbers: 5 / 4 / 0 / 1How this Innova mid range 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 disc 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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  12. 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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  13. Innova Jay - Star Mid Range DiscMake some noise with your mid range game while keeping your competition whisper quiet with the stable and straight Innova Jay.How the Star Jay 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.Flight numbers: 5 / 4 / 0 / 1How this Innova mid range 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 disc 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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  14. 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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  15. If the finesse game is not for you, just bulldoze your way to the green with the Innova Toro – the great feeling overstable mid range that’s sure to win-over power players in any arena. Olé! Olé!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, as if 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.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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  16. 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!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, as if 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.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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  17. The Innova Mako3 in DX plastic is the neutral, easy to grip mid range disc that flies straight from the get-go.How the Mako3 disc feels: Flat. Deliciously grippy. 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.DX Mako3 Flight Numbers: 5 / 5 / 0 / 0How the DX Mako3 flies: Straight as can be. 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 for most throws, especially for any must-hit-gap shot.The Difference of DX Mid’s: 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. Available in most other Innova plastics, expect for the Mako3’s already strong following to only get stronger now that it’s available in DX plastic.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.Great for: Laser-beam-straight medium length drives and approachesReliable anhyzer throws right out of the box.One-disc rounds.Choose this disc: If you are new to the game and want a proper introduction to the sport, or if you are a veteran disc golfer who prefers DX for your mid range game, the time has come for the Mako3.
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