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The Innova Champion Wombat3 is a stable and straight flying midrange that's ready for your long distance needs. It's got a beveled edged and a large bead, but it's one of the straightest flying discs in the sport. The edge may feel weird at first, but it's there and adds extra torque resistance so you can rip on the Wombat3 without worry of it flipping over.
The flight path of the Wombat3 is long, straight, and has very high glide. It's a disc you can rip on a backhand shot and know that you aren't going to flip it over easily. The Wombat3 carries for a long distance which makes it perfect for low ceiling shots or tunnel shots when you need a disc to carry a long way straight. It excels when it's thrown 175-300 feet and can carry even further when thrown by pros like Garrett Gurthie who loves bagging this disc.
Champion plastic from Innova is incredibly durable and built to withstand tree and rock hits and to keep the same flight characteristics. It's meant for discs that you throw hard, which is perfect for the Wombat3. It's what pros on the disc golf pro tour throw every single week and what players all around the world can look to. You pay a little bit more for the premium plastic, but you get something that's going to last you a very long time.
The Wombat3 is a disc designed for straight throws or for a little shot shaping when thrown on an angle for turnovers or hyzers. For the most part if you're throwing this disc flat, you can expect a long straight and high glide flight into your target. Snag a Champion Wombat3 and see why players love pulling this workhorse disc out of their bag.