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The Innova Champion Toro Calvin Heimburg Signature Series is a very overstable approach disc. It doesn't glide, it doesn't flip, it's a little meathook that you can rely on for short, accurate, hyzer approaches. The Toro is an excellent choice for the advanced player who wants something they can throw forehand or backhand 50-150 feet to get up and down with.
The flight path of the Toro is going to be very overstable. This disc will travel straight for a moment in the air before it starts to hyzer out and get down to the ground. This mid is one of very few discs with a positive turn number, it's never going to turn for you no matter how hard you throw it. The Toro fits into that approach disc slot very well for the advanced or pro player. You want something that won't fly far and has that easy hyzer feel to it the second you release the disc. It's not going to have lots of variation from shot to shot, you can trust this disc to do the heavy lifting in the approach department.
Champion plastic from Innova is a premium blend of plastic. It's the most durable thing that Innova offers so you will still be throwing your Toro on that perfect hyzer dump line for years to come. Even if you spend your rounds hitting this disc into trees and metal, it's still going to produce those overstable shots time after time.
If you're looking for a disc that's going to be your trusted workhorse on all upshots look no further than the Innova Champion Toro. It's beadless, has a little raised rim perfect for your thumb, and is thrown by pros and amateurs alike. This is the signature series disc for Calvin Heimburg, so some of the money you spend on it will make its way to him to support his touring efforts.