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The Innova Star Orc is a distance driver that's designed with the advanced player in mind. It's a great combination of long distance and supreme accuracy.
When you're throwing the Orc it's similar in numbers to the Wraith and the Destroyer. The Orc is a 10 speed disc, where the Wraith is 11, and the Destroyer 12. All three have a turn and fade of -1/3. The real difference in this disc is the glide rating is 4 not 5. Why would you want less glide on your disc? Because it makes it more accurate. The Orc is meant to have a similar flight path with early turn and later fade, but the fade will be less noticeable. This disc flies much straighter because it's more of a point and shoot disc, not something that will glide to the landing zone.
One of Innova's most premium plastics is Star Plastic. It's the choice of nearly every pro and amateur players alike. Star plastic beats in well, holds a good flight path for a long time, and is economical. It's less overstable than champion as well. As a disc hits trees it develops slight dings in the plastic and becomes more understable, this is called seasoning. A good seasoned disc is better flying than a brand new one. One other thing about these are the low price. At Sabattus Disc Golf we know that you're looking for good quality discs that are affordable, we keep our prices low so you can get what you need. Star is available in a number of weights and a variety of colors.
If you want a disc that's perfect for point and shoot, plenty of control, and good distance without having to rely on glide. Forehand or backhand throwers rejoice, it's the Innova Star Orc!