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The Innova Star Roc3 is an overstable midrange disc that's a staple in many players bags. This disc offers glide, torque resistance, and a reliable fade finish every time. It's used by beginners, amateur players, and world champions. This is that disc you trust on those 100-200 foot shots. It fights the wind, handles the forehand, and keeps going.
The flight path of the Roc3 is overstable, so expect that little hyzer dump at the end of the flight. You can use this disc on short par 3's, approach shots, or when you want to throw something slowly but still have decent distance and hook on the flight. The Roc3 is chosen by pros because they know they can throw it hard and it won't flip over, even when released on an anhyzer or with a forehand shot. It's an excellent choice for soft flex shots and anytime you want subtle groundplay.
Star plastic from Innova is a premium blend of plastic. It's durable, grippy, comes in different weights, it's what you see players all over the world using in any weather because it works. It lasts for years and you'll develop a lot of trust in star blend.
The Roc3 from Innova is one of their signature molds. It's got a slightly flatter top than the Roc, it's going to go far, and you can rely on that slow fade every time. If you want something overstable in your bag that doesn't dump out of the sky, get a Roc3 and start making those longer approach shots land inside the circle.