The Roc is simply the best, most versatile mid-range disc ever made. It provides accuracy at any range. This disc can take and hold the angle of release, even into a headwind. It can be used for driving, upshots, straight shots, hyzer shots or anhyzers. The Roc ages gradually and predictably. If you're not sure what disc to throw, choose the Roc; just like most pros. Prefered Mid-Range disc of 12-Time World Chapion, Ken Climo
Best Choice for: Experienced players utility disc, hyzer shots, anhyzer shots, turnover shots when worn, sidearm approaches, players who like to carry several versions of the same disc in various states of wear.
Mid-Range disc are great for all types of shots and are recommended as a first disc for beginners for thier ease of use and forgiving nature.
INNOVA's Pro Line Plastic
- Designed to provide accuracy and control for mid-range, approach and short drives
- Provide dependability from the fairway to the pin
- The Skeeter is recommended Mid-Range disc for beginning players
- The Roc is the Mid-Range disc of choice for competitive players
INNOVA'S Pro Line is manufactured using a special blend of plastics and are designed to provide unique qualities for each available model. These quality discs offer increased durability over discs made in our DX plastic and provide an enhanced grip when compared to the Champion plastic. Our Pro Line of discs provide additional glide when compared to all our other disc lines and are more affordable than our premium Champion Line discs. The special blends of our Pro Line plastic can produce discs in a wide range of rigidity, from the extremely soft and flexible Pro Rhyno or JK Aviar to the stiff, firm plastic of the KC Pro Aviar. Regardless of the firmness of the disc, all of the INNOVA Pro Line models offer unique gripablity.
- Speed is the ability of the disc to cut through the air. Speed ratings are listed from 1 to 11.
- Is the ability to maintain altitude. Higher numbers mean more glide. Rated 1 to 7.
- Tendency to turn at high speeds. Negative numbers are easier for beginners, rollers, and tailwinds.
- Every disc will fade off in the same direction if allowed to decelerate. Higher numbers fade more than lower numbers.