The illustrated disc flight line is based on the manufacturer field testing results, during its development process. So, to level the playing field we chose to put a different spin on things for such visual illustrations. Sticking to the manufacturer's test results will offer you a good baseline for how that particular disc will fly.
The Innova Champion Jay is a stable midrange disc that's going to fit in between a few other molds. Innova is always producing new discs that fit something they don't quite have yet, that's what makes them the industry leader in molds. The Jay fits between the Shark and the Roc very well. It's slightly faster than both of those discs and is going to have a slightly longer flight. If you feel like your Mako3 isn't giving you the fade at the end of the flight you're looking for the Jay does. It's a mid that just sort of needed to be made.
The flight path of the Jay is straight with decent glide and a little tail of hyzer at the end. It's got a micro bead on the rim, but you won't notice it unless you look for it. Throw this disc flat and with confidence that you'll be rewarded with a straight flight. It handles the forehand torque well and won't flip over on you unless you really crank on it. The Jay has a smooth flight and is going to be a go to in your bag anytime you need something 125-250 feet.
Champion plastic from Innova is a premium blend that lasts a long time. It's a perfect choice for the Jay because you will be throwing this hard to get a long smooth flight from it. It may hit a couple trees or rocks but it's still going to keep that great straight flight.
The Innova Jay is a perfect choice to shoot down wooded tunnel holes, get you birdie looks on short par 3's, and for most of your mid range needs. See why this disc deserves to be in your bag and snag one of them today!