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The Innova GStar IT is a very understable fairway driver that's going to have lots of turn and a long glide. Newer players will love this disc because it's going to give them plenty of distance, advanced skilled players will be able to use this disc for great hyzer flips with incredible shot shapes. The IT stands for Innova Tech, but folks usually pronounce it the "I-T".
The flight path of this disc is going to be early turn, holding that anhyzer flight path for most of the flight, and a pan to flat at the end. The IT is a perfect choice for rollers if you throw it hard or on any anhyzer release. This fairway driver is a great choice for beginners or folks with slower arm speeds to get an S curve. The dome of the disc will really help it stay aloft for awhile too.
GStar plastic from Innova Discs is a very grippy and gummy blend. It's perfect for colder weather when you need something to still fly understable in the cold. It's great in the summertime as well because you'll be able to grab this disc with sweaty fingers.
The GStar IT is a great disc. It's that slow speed driver that you can manipulate for shot shapes and you don't need to kill it to get some great distance. Snag one of these discs from Innova and see why lots of people have this new mold in their bag.