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Innova has been developing plastics for years; they have created plastics to suit the unique needs of disc golfers of all skill levels.  A disc golfer with a variety of Innova plastics in their bag will be well equipped to meet the distinctive challenges every course presents.  Read below to discover the benefits of each type of exceptional plastic offered by Innova.

Star is one of the premium plastics from Innova disc golf.  Star is incredibly durable and the choice for many professionals due to its consistent flight and how exceptionally grippy it is in all weather situations.  There's a reason that the top sponsorship for Innova pro players is called the "Star Team." Star doesn't warp in warm weather, and in cold weather maintains its shape even after hitting a tree.  It's durability is unquestioned.  Star plastic is similar to champion but when the discs are brand new there's a slight difference, star will be less overstable and will beat in more quickly than champion.  This process of beating a disc in is useful for developing turn on a disc.  If you're looking to stretch out a driver from overstable to a flex driver for maximum distance then use star plastic and you'll see a change more quickly than with champion.  Almost all of Innova's disc golf molds are offered in the star plastic line, from putters to mid ranges, and drivers.  Purchasing star plastic is an investment in your disc and your game.  Since it's more durable and grippy than dx it will last longer and you'll become more comfortable with your disc over time.  This offers you more chances with the same level of broken in-ness.  A dx disc will change its flight pattern more quickly than any other.  Star will allow you to have the same flight for a long time.  Star also has more stamp options than other disc, many of the touring professionals choose star as their plastic for their signature disc because of its durability and popularity.  If you're looking to dye a disc, star is the best option that Innova provides.  The plastic holds dyes well and can be tailored to whatever you'd like to have on the disc.  With it's availability in almost every mold, weight, and color, star plastic is versatile, functional, and a choice for regular Joe's and the top pros.

Innova GStar Plastic is a very grippy and flexible plastic. It's like an already beat in star or champion disc. When you buy it off the rack it will already be slightly less stable than other disc plastics in the same mold. The gummy nature of GStar doesn't affect the durability though, it's soft but it doesn't break. It's similar to other premium plastics such as star or champion. Grip is key with all discs, GStar is tacky and grippy. The disc has a unique sheen to it, it's bright and shiny no matter the colors.

  • Retains flight characteristics longer than DX or Pro Plastics

  • Looks amazing

Champion plastic discs are high quality, durable, and maintain their original flight characteristics for a long time. Champion plastic tends to be more overstable than DX or Star, it's less flexible in the hand than pro plastic and many players like that rigid feel. Innova loves their plastic so much they have named a team after it! It's not just for pros though, players of every skill level can bag some champion plastic.

 • Firmness suitable for the increased throwing speeds of professional players  

• Retains flight characteristics longer than DX or Pro Plastics

Innova Champion Metal flake discs are a beauty to behold and even more amazing to throw. The plastic is champion, so it's the high quality you're used to. However Innova has added an additional look of beauty to your disc, they've incorporated shiny flecks of metal that sparkle, catch the sun, and reflect its light.

Champion plastic is already the most overstable and premium of all the plastics offered by Innova, but Metal Flake tends to be even more overstable. If you want a disc that's not going to flip, or want something that will keep its strong fade for a long time you can get a metal flake disc. Champion plastic is great for durability, grip, and consistent flight patterns. There's a reason that so many players bag a few champ drivers. Metal flake is all those with the benefits of extra stability and awesome flakes. Champion plastic is a premium plastic that's even more durable than star or pro plastic. This plastic is popular with players of all skill levels from amateur to professional , it's all about the flight of the disc. One of the most popular molds is the metal flake destroyer. Players will want to have this disc maintain a long fade for years with this disc even after it hits trees.

Metal Flake discs come in the same medium weight to heavy weights that you're used to from champion plastic. If you want something that will be stable and beefy for the entire life of the disc, check out a metal flake!

Benefits:

  • High quality plastic which provides superior durability and reliable performance  

  • Firmness suitable for the increased throwing speeds of professional players  

  • Retains flight characteristics longer than DX or Pro Plastics

Innova Blizzard Champion plastic is an incredible blend of premium champion plastic and air. There are micro bubbles in the rim that maintain the durability of the disc but reduce the weight significantly. Discs under 135g will float in the water, even if you hold them down they'll bob back up. This plastic is available in a number of driver models but not in putter or mid ranges at the moment.

Why would you want to throw a lower weight? It offers players who struggle with high weights a chance for extra distance. It also offers players with great distance a chance at even more distance. The world record distance disc weighed 154 grams and was thrown with a tailwind, so even pros use the light discs for that max distance. The low weight allowed the disc to get up to speed in the wind and be carried through most of the flight.

Blizzard champion discs are made for the average or pro player who needs a little extra distance. The downside to these discs are that they can sometimes be less stable, and are far more susceptible to gusts of wind. A 140g driver weighs 20% less than a 175g driver and it will be affected by the wind even more so. Light discs are great for calm days, or when you have a tailwind. They can stay in the bag if you have a headwind or strong cross breeze.

The quality and characteristics of the discs are still the same. It's got the grip you love, you won't feel the bubbles. It has the same rim width and depth, and the flight path will be the same no matter the weight. Buy a blizzard champion disc from Innova today and improve your disc golf distance!

Benefits:

  • High quality plastic which provides superior durability and reliable performance  

  • Firmness suitable for the increased throwing speeds of professional players  

  • Retains flight characteristics longer than DX or Pro Plastics

Innova XT plastic is similar to DX plastic in feel but far more durable. The chalky grip is similar to R-Pro or KC Pro plastic and when comparing the stiffness it fits right in between those. Originally it was made for the Nova and Atlas which are both overmold discs. However the plastic proved to be popular and has since expanded to include the molds such as Aviar3, AviarX3, Dart, Mako3, Bullfrog, Colt, Whale, and Aviar as well!

What makes XT plastic special and different is the level of grip and the durability. You're going to find that the grip will be similar no matter the weather conditions. XT doesn't care if it's snow or rain or sunny, it will be steady to hold. The disc can take many tree and rock hits without taking too much damage as well. This can increase the price to a little bit more than DX, but not as expensive as premium plastics such as star or champion.

Players will also find the stiffness to be a big reason to buy their discs in XT plastic. If you're looking for a new plastic to try and improve your golf game, give XT a try. Currently it's only offered in mid range and putter models.

Benefits:

  • Firm and durable

  • Amazing all weather grip

  • Affordable and great value

Pro plastic is the favorite putter and midrange plastic of many pros who would also like to be world champions.

R-Pro line is softer than most Pro blends. R-Pro discs have the best all-condition grip and an improved feel. R-Pro has great flexibility which makes it the best choice for putt & approach in cold/wet weather.

Pro Benefits:

  • Provides an improved grip over our Champion line plastic  

  • More durable and retains flight characteristics longer than our DX or R-Pro lines  

  • More economic than our Champion or Star line Plastic   Increased glide

R-Pro Benefits:

  • Provides a terrific soft all weather  

  • The grip improves with use  

  • More durable and retains flight characteristics longer than our DX plastic  

  • More economic than our Champion or Star line plastic

KC Pro is a stiffer version of Pro plastic designed for the champ 12x Ken Climo himself! Players often prefer this stiff plastic because it never gets floppy even in warm weather or after years of use. This plastic is associated with Roc's and Aviars mostly.

JK Pro is almost the opposite of KC Pro plastic. It's soft in the hand right off the rack. 5x World Champ Juliana Korver wanted a plastic that she didn't have to break in to get it soft. Players who want discs that have more turn initially or to fly like broken in discs will love JK Pro plastic.

JK Pro is almost the opposite of KC Pro plastic. It's soft in the hand right off the rack. 5x World Champ Juliana Korver wanted a plastic that she didn't have to break in to get it soft. Players who want discs that have more turn initially or to fly like broken in discs will love JK Pro plastic.

DX is the original plastic from Innova Champion Discs. Almost every mold of disc is available in this base plastic. One of the reasons players love DX so much is the price, it's super affordable. You'll find from our selection on our site, it's about half the cost of star or champion plastic from Innova. This plastic differs from regular frisbee plastic because it's more grippy and made specifically for disc golf. There is a wide array of colors and weights to choose from. DX can be as light as 130 grams and as heavy as 200g (for superdiscs).

Innova DX plastic beats in quickly, that's one of the reasons that pro and amateur players love it. A putter is best for putting when it has either 0 chips in it, or when it has hundreds. Hitting chains, rocks, or anything else with DX will put a small ding in the disc.  This is called seasoning, and you want to have a seasoned putter or two in your bag. It's useful because it provides a much better grip when you're putting. It can last for over a decade if the disc is a slower speed.

A midrange or a driver in DX plastic won't be as overstable as it is in other plastics. This allows players to have different discs for different lines. Discs that are DX will have significantly more turn and be understable. It's important to have a good mix of understable and overstable discs in your bag so you can be prepared for any shot you encounter.