The all new Innova Foxbat Star Glide aloftr is a mid-range disc that is supposed to fly as straight as a bat (or maybe an arrow as bats don’t fly very straight), pardon the jokes. In seriousness, this is a wide diameter mid-range with exceptional glide capabilities. Being so confident in this discs gliding capabilites,Innova has slapped the thing with a glide rating of 6- something not seen often from mid-range discs.
For new disc golfers, because of it’s ease in accurate and straight throwing, the Foxbat will be able to overcome the frustration of not being able to throw straight. For more experienced disc golfers, this mid will be ideal for long anhyzer shots that need to stay “turned over.” This is one of only a handful of mid-ranges to recieve a fade rating of 0.
The description of this new disc give it characteristics that meet many disc golfers wish list.
The all new Gauge is a straight flying, PDGA approved, mid-range by Legacy Discs. This is a disc that will stick to the line from the release all the way to the end. Legacy describes this disc, “as fast as a mid-range can get with control and excellent glide.” Guaranteed to be a great first disc for beginners and a “go to'” for pro’s.
The Atlas is the first disc manufactured by Innova that combines two different plastics in the same disc. This method of utilizing a rim piece that is composed of a different plastic from the flight plate is called an ‘overmold’ and has been very successful for MVP.
The rim of the Atlas is composed of a gummy composite that provides an unparalleled grip, consistency, and flight durability for a long time. On the underside of the rim there is four compass points that help secure the outer rim to the inner flight plate.
The Dynamic Discs Truth is one of the top mid-range frisbees on the market. This disc is known as the truth because of it’s straight flight path. The Truth has a very similar flight rating to many of the other best selling mid-range discs like the Discraft Buzzz.
The Mako3 is the newest version of the remarkably straight flying Innova Mako. This mid-range disc is for anyone who wants a traight flyer with a limited fade. The Mako3 is available in the new Jolly Launcher Champion plastic, and is slightly faster than the original Mako.
The Midari is the mid-range disc in the Prodiscus line. This stable flyer has a great feel and goes where you want it to go. This is a fairly slow flying mid-range, that flies straight, and has a sharp end of flight fade. The Prodiscus Midari is available in two plastics. The basic blend is soft and very grippy, however the premium blend is more durable. Midari’s in Premium plastic tend to be more overstable.
The M2 is the third PDGA approved mid range disc in the Prodigy line. This disc is described to be extremely reliable with a stable flight path. The M2 is designed for moderate power shots that consistently need to finish to the left (for right handed back hand shots). It is a decent flying disc for all windy conditions, more so in its heavier weights. One nice thing about the M2, and the entire Prodigy line of mid ranges, is that each of the discs have similar wing sizes and overall feel as well. The dimensions of the M1, M2, M3, and M4 very only by a few millimeters. The M2 utilizes Prodigy’s easy release technology, which provides the most comfortable feel in your hands.
The M3 is a domey, stable mid-range that flies with an incredible mix of consistency and control. This is a good disc for all wind conditions and flies as well into the wind as it does when it is riding it .
The Gateway Scout is a great straight shooting disc with an excellent glide. The Scout is stable in flight and comes with a wide diameter, flat top, and a blunt nose, as well as practically no turn and minimal fade. With its shallow rim it allows for an early release.
The Scout is an excellent disc for beginners. Sadly it is out of stock.