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The Innova Star Boss is an overstable distance driver that's meant to take high speed arms to the next level.
The Boss is the mold that holds the maximum distance record, it's made for big arms to throw. This disc is equally good for the sidearm and backhand player. When you're holding the Boss you'll find the rim is pretty wide, this makes it stable and an excellent disc if you need a skip shot for any reason. The fade is similar to the Innova Destroyer no matter if it's thrown forehand or backhand. This disc want to turn for a short moment early in the flight and then have a hard fade. If you find that the disc is only fading and not going straight or turning it means that it's too high a speed for you, try something less like a Wraith. The glide is great on a boss, you can really feel the way the air is moving underneath the disc after you throw. You'll be able to see the 5 glide in action if you have a good release. This disc is great in headwinds where it will fight the wind for you and not flip over.
The Star plastic is premium plastic. It keeps these bosses having their flight characteristics for a while and it's durable. The grip from star plastic is great, and it's slightly more flexible than champion, and will turn more.
So if you're looking for a reliable high speed max distance driver that will add great stability to your disc golf game. Grab a Boss, boss.