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The Innova Halo Firebird Disc Golf Distance Driver is an overstable disc. It's great for powering up and throwing as hard as you can. You're not going to flip this disc over, although you can flex it and skip it for great results. The Firebird is a staple in the bag of forehand players and backhand players who want something reliable every single time. This run of Firebird discs is domey compared to many runs. So expect slightly more glide and distance, along with a longer fade than usual. While it may be the same mold as the 2022 Hailey King Firebird, it's much more domey.
The flight path of the Firebird is straight for as long as it holds power. Once it slows down it's going to begin to fade and crash. The Firebirds low glide rating is accurate, it doesn't want to stay in the air as much as it wants to get down. This run will be more glidey than normal, but way less glide than your average driver. Give the Firebird plenty space for ground play, because with the rim angle it hits and the high speed, it will want to skip. Throwing the Firebird is an advanced skill for players, it's not for beginners.
Halo plastic from Innova discs is a premium blend. It's got that outer ring that gives it that name, it's durable, and it's going to be the most overstable right out of the box. Get this disc and you'll have a beefcake for years to come.
The Innova Halo Firebird will handle your biggest throws in the highest winds. It's overstable and perfect for flex lines, hard skips, and anything you need out of a utility disc distance driver. Pick one of these up for your bag today and start making those difficult throws just a little bit easier with the Firebird.
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