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The Innova Halo Aviar is a stable putter that looks amazing. As one of the most popular discs since 1983, it's a great choice for the updated stability and durability of Halo plastic. You can use this disc as an approach putter or as your putting putter.
The flight path of the Aviar is stable and has lots of glide. You can throw it nose up to stall out a little hyzer, you can throw it flat for long straight throws of up to 250 feet. It's also a fantastic turnover disc when thrown on an anhyzer angle. You can do so much shot shaping with the Halo Aviar from Innova. It's going to be something you pull out anytime you're in trouble or you need a straight shot with glide and want to throw something slow and get it there.
Halo plastic from Innova is a premium blend. It's super durable and a little sticky in grip. You can also depend on this plastic to be slightly more overstable right out of the box, so your Aviar might have a little hyzer tail on it compared to some of your other Aviars.
This disc is a staple in the bags of many Innova touring pros, beginners, and disc golfers around the world. The Aviar mold has been the de facto putter since it came out, and it's still rocking in bags today because it works. Snag one of these in Halo plastic and start carding some birdies!
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