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The Innova DX Mamba is a very understable high speed disc golf distance driver. It's a great choice for very long S curves if you give it the height for beginner players and advanced players will love this turnover disc that holds the line.
The flight path of the Innova Mamba is going to be early turn that lasts throughout the flight. This is a great disc for players who are learning or who haven't developed a sidearm/forehand shot yet. Discs that anhyzer the whole flight are fairly rare in disc golf and for it to be a high speed driver is great. It's excellent in a tailwind and can be used as a roller disc as well. The Mamba won't be your furthest flying disc, but it offers understable utility that's hard to find. Throwers of all skill levels will find a use for a Mamba in their bag.
DX plastic from Innova is the baseline blend. It comes in the widest variety of colors and weights, and is a very grippy plastic even in winter or wet conditions like rain and wind. It's going to beat in quickly but you'll find that the DX Mamba is always going to flip and hold when you need it to.
The Innova DX Mamba is understable and going to turn most of the flight. It's as fast a disc as you can throw that will still turn the whole time instead of hyzering back. If you need a long turnover, or a roller this is a disc that belongs in your bag.