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The Innova Champion IT is an understable fairway driver that's got lots of dome and glide. It's a great choice for beginner players who want an S curve for big distance, and for advanced players who are looking for something to hold a turn.
This disc can be compared to the Innova Hawkeye, but the IT has much more turn and glide. The IT stands for Innova Technology. When you're ripping on the IT it's going to go out and turn, then glide forward, and finally a little slow hyzer at the end of the flight. This disc requires building touch and trust, but once you get a drive right with it you'll be hooked with the flight shape. The IT can be pretty understable, so don't' take it out in high winds. But do give it a look anytime you want a hyzer flip disc, or something with big glide.
Champion Plastic from Innova Discs is a premium blend that's incredibly durable. The IT in other plastics is very understable. In Champion blend it's going to last longer and have more of a hyzer finish right out of the box. You can know that even if you do hit a tree or a rock you're good to go and throw it again without it becoming too seasoned.
The Innova Champion IT is a 7 speed that can be thrown by beginners right away. It's an excellent backhand disc that just wants to glide. If you power it up you get some turn and you can manipulate it's flight in the woods with some practice. Grab one of these discs and see why so many folks are bagging the Innova IT.