The illustrated disc flight line is based on the manufacturer field testing results, during its development process. So, to level the playing field we chose to put a different spin on things for such visual illustrations. Sticking to the manufacturer's test results will offer you a good baseline for how that particular disc will fly.
The Innova DX Boss is great for players who want to try an overstable driver out. It's perfect for headwinds, players who throw with lots of power, and short flex shots.
If you're looking for the flight path of the Boss it's going to be look like an L. For the most part this disc will stay straight, the -1 turn doesn't mean it will turn for very long. In fact most of the time time the Boss will just fly straight until it runs low on power. That's when the disc will fade out and forward. The Boss is a distance driver but not for max distance. It's about controlling which side of the fairway you land on and still getting pretty great distance.
The DX Boss is the least overstable Boss of all the plastics. In this form it will beat up fairly quickly, but that will give this disc more turn and distance. It's a lower price because as it hits trees or rocks it will take some dings and chips along the way.
This disc comes in many different weights and colors. One of the appealing parts to the DX Boss is how useful it can be in different weights. At max weight it's great for control, at 150g it's perfect for a little extra distance mixed with a reliable fade.
This is also the mold that David Wiggins threw when he achieved the World Distance record of 1108 feet. He used a different plastic, but a low weight boss was his choice for furthest flight.