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The Innova Glow Halo Star Ohn Scoggins Teebird is an overstable fairway driver. It's that disc you pull out of your bag when you need that 200-325 foot shot that hyzers out at the end of the flight. The stamp features Yali, a mythological creature from South India. It's a wicked cool stamp that really highlights what Ohn Scoggins loves for artwork. It gives very similar vibes to her Leopard3's over the years.
The flight path of the Teebird is stable to overstable. You're going to be able to release this disc flat and rely on it to hyzer at the end of the flight. Whether you throw it forehand or backhand, it will finish with some fade. The Innova Teebird is relied on by professional players and amateur players alike. It's got some glide to it, so expect a longer flight especially if you rip this into a headwind.
Glow Halo Star plastic from Innova is a premium blend. It's got that grip you want, that little bit of flex to it, it glows in the dark! This is the durable stuff you'll be able to throw for a long time.
The Teebird has been a popular mold for 20+ years. It's forehand friendly, reliable for driving with, and something that can be thrown as a 7 speed by everyone. You can own one of these super cool stamped discs and support Ohn Scoggins as she tours US crushing it on the DGPT.
Halo Star Plastic