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The Innova INNfuse Star Eagle is an overstable fairway driver that's won world championships and been the starter disc for many a player. If you're looking for a disc that can handle low or high speeds, and has an overstable finish with either the forehand or backhand, you've found it in the Eagle.
The flight path of the Eagle will be flat and straight for the first half of the flight and then a slow, consistent fade will take it to the ground. The Eagle is a 7 speed that is many players first fairway driver. It's a great choice because it handles the torque of a forehand and still fades. The Eagle is going to hyzer out every time you throw it. It's a disc that Ken Climo used to use when he won 12 world championships and it's still being used by players today. Bust this fairway driver out when you're 200-400 feet away. It doesn't have the glide or turn to be the furthest flying disc in your bag, but it's going to be accurate.
Star INNfuse plastic is a premium blend that's known for durability and grip. You'll see everyone from touring pros to locals at your course throwing star because it works everywhere. It takes a while to beat in and change the flight characteristics, you could have this disc in your bag for years before it ever becomes flippy. INNfuse is the way that they adhere the stamp to the disc. Instead of a traditional hot stamp, when INNfuse is put on it lasts much longer and is more brightly colored.
Throw the Eagle level with power for predictable shots. It's going to throw straight with a hint of turn and plenty of fade at the end. This disc is a low enough speed so that beginners should feel comfortable throwing it. Snag one of the most popular discs of the last 20 years and see how much it adds to your game.