The illustrated disc flight line is based on the manufacturer field testing results, during its development process. So, to level the playing field we chose to put a different spin on things for such visual illustrations. Sticking to the manufacturer's test results will offer you a good baseline for how that particular disc will fly.
The Innova Pro Destroyer is a high speed distance driver in an especially awesome plastic. Players will love the great glide and reliable flight of the Destroyer, and softer plastic that Pro offers.
A Destroyer is one of the most popular molds Innova has to offer. It's a perfect blend of power and control for players with advanced skill levels. The reason to throw the Destroyer in this plastic is the grip and the flexibility. This plastic is especially popular with players in the winter months. When star plastic becomes too overstable, and dx plastic brittles, Pro plastic excels. It's not just great in the winter though, in the summertime it makes overstable discs slightly more flippy. It can take a long time to break in a disc, or you could throw one that already flies like a beat in disc.
The flight of the Pro Destroyer is early turn and late fade. At the beginning of the throw the Destroyer will flip over and ride that -1 turn, then it will come back to the center, and finally have a slow drawn out fade to the other side. Your disc will do this from the day you pull it out of the box until you've beaten it in for a couple seasons.
Pro Plastic isn't quite a premium one, but it's at a reduced price. This stuff is durable and can last awhile. It's also going to be floppy in the hand when compared to champion. The real draw to this plastic is the extra grip, players can use this on wet days and not worry about slippery discs.
If you're looking for a disc that's reliable, great for all kinds of shots, and flies like a slightly beaten in disc right away... Check out the Innova Pro Destroyer!