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- Blizzard Champion Beast$18.00Learn more about the Blizzard Champion Destroyer here.CloseBlizzard Champion Destroyer$18.00The Katana is built with the finesse thrower in mind. Recommended downwind driver. Hit the angle right and watch it bolt out of sight. The physical characteristics resemble a Boss with the flight characteristics of a Sidewinder on steroids. Master the technique of Katana and rule the course.CloseBlizzard Champion Katana$18.00Champion Beast$18.00Champion Boss$18.00Learn more about the Champion Destroyer here.CloseChampion Destroyer$18.00The Eagle is our original, professional level fairway driver. The Eagle’s superior speed and predictable flight characteristics let you make confident and accurate long range power shots.CloseChampion Eagle$18.00When it comes to overstable drivers, only one disc comes to mind for most: The Champion Firebird. For years, this beefy disc has been the pro's first choice for hard fading hyzers and smooth sailing sidearm shots.How it feels: The Firebird’s moderate sized rim gives it a fairway driver type feel, making it a great fit for any sized hand.Flight numbers: 9 / 3 / 0 / 4Flight Path: Thrown flat with enough power, the Firebird will fly straight for short to medium length drives until its strong fade hooks it to the ground. Excellent control driver for those overpowering other drivers. *A sidearm dominant player approved disc.Champion plastic: Though the grip is not ideal for inclement weather, Champion plastic is the most durable and most overstable plastic. You’ll find Champion Firebirds in the bags of countless experienced disc golfers.The Innova Firebird is great for: Forehand Power drivesBig backhand hyzersHeadwindsOverhand hammers and thumbersSkip shotsLear more about the Champion Firebird here.CloseChampion Firebird$18.00Accurate 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.CloseChampion Hawkeye$18.00Innova 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.CloseChampion Jay$18.00