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The Innova DX Roc Color Glow 2022 Philo Brathwaite Tour Series Mid is a stable to overstable high glide disc. This is what so many folks learn on for their first disc and it's what they throw forever. The stamp features a robotic roc hybrid flying into battle, crying out with the Philo Destroyer stamp riding its back. It's one of the coolest looking discs out there. And if that wasn't enough, it's going to glow in the dark too!
The flight path of the Roc is short, straight, and stable. It's an excellent forehand or backhand disc and in the early stages it's going to hyzer out on you. As you hit rocks, chains, and trees your Roc will begin to get some nicks in the side and have much less of a fade at the end. When it beats in or seasons, it's going to have a straight, smooth finish and can be your tunnel shot disc. This is a buttery mid that you can rely on in the 75-250 foot range. Every time you need more than a putter or less than a fairway driver, reach for your Philo Roc. This disc is perfect no matter the skill levels involved, you'll find beginners and world champions finding success with this disc. You will learn angle control with it and throw it on a hyzer line to bend it around trees, or throw it on an anny to give it time to level out and slowly move to the side. The Roc will rarely flip, unless you really beat it in for years, then it will get flippy for you.
DX Plastic with Color Glow is a baseline blend from Innova. It's not meant to be thrown as hard as you can, it's a disc that gets you from start to finish gradually and with lots of control. The glow in the dark will be soft, just like the throws you're going to be putting into this midrange. As the plastic gets too worn you can have your Rocs in cycles, with an overstable, stable, and understable.
You're going to love the long glidey shots you get with the Roc. But this isn't just a cool disc that's going to glow in the dark and be your main midrange. It's also a way to support Philo Brathwaite as he competes in disc golf tournaments and commentates as well! A good portion of the money you spend on this disc makes it way to him. You get a disc that you can manipulate, love throwing, and lower your scores. And you get to help out a fellow disc golfer at the same time. Snag one of these today and see why this classic disc is still so popular today.