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The Innova Star Halo Roc3 is an awesome overstable midrange that you'll be throwing any chance you get. It's got a flatter top than a regular Roc and is a good choice for forehand as well as backhand shots. The stamp features the Roc with wings curled and talons gripping the name of the disc.
The flightpath of the Roc3 is straight for about half the flight before it starts a long slow hyzer fade to finish. Because this disc has lots of glide it's very useful for getting around corners and doglegs. If you throw this disc with a little anhyzer you'll get a straighter flight path, that's the choice of many folks who want that 100-200 foot distance shot but with a slow disc. As the Roc3 beats in it will have less fade to the flight and will end more to the middle. A stable mid is a must have in any players bag, and this is a disc that almost everyone has tried out at some point.
Halo Star plastic from Innova is a premium blend that offers excellent grip and durability. You'll be throwing this Roc3 for years. It's got that classic Halo outer ring that gives the disc its name and will be even more overstable than Champion blend plastic when you throw it at first.
The Halo Roc3 from Innova is a disc that you'll love to rely on. It will fight headwinds for you, get you up and down, and you can rip on it without fear of it flipping over. This mid range is sure to be a workhorse in your bag, so snag one of these today!
Halo Star Plastic