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 Halo Star Roadrunner is an understable distance driver with plenty of glide. You'll get lots of early turn in the flight, with glide, and a little bit of a flattening out at the end of the flight instead of a hyzer. The Roadrunner features an awesome bird on the stamp, and the classic outer colored ring that gives Halo it's name. If you're familiar with Innova Roadrunner discs in a different plastic, the Halo one is much more stable.
Halo discs are different for flight characteristics than other Innova Star Discs. You'll find that Halo makes them much more stable right out of the box. This won't be a roller the first time you throw it, it's going to beat in more slowly too, as it's a durable plastic. These Roadrunners want to be thrown hard and flat so they can begin to turn and hold that for most of the flight. Then pan out and land. If you throw the Halo Roadrunner on an anhyzer angle, you'll find that it's going to hold for most of the flight but it might not flip over until you've seasoned it. For folks who enjoy an understable disc with a smallish rim for a 9 speed, it's a great choice.
Halo plastic is the most stable of the Innova discs plastics. It's going to take a long time to beat in, and is the most expensive because of the labor intensive process to make these wonderful Innova Roadrunners.
Have you experienced a disc that's too flippy right away? Have you thrown a Roadrunner and said "I wish this would hold a little longer before flipping over."? Get this disc in the Halo plastic and be amazed at what it can do for you.
Halo Star Plastic