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The Innova Star Mystere is a high speed distance driver that's useful for long low glide shots. It's popular because it has high glide at a lower speed than some other discs like the Shryke and Tern. When the Mystere was released in 2015 there was little fanfare. It's enjoyed a quiet few years but players are beginning to understand its use.
The flight path of the Mystere is largely dependent on release angle. When the disc is thrown flat it will turn slightly at the beginning of the flight, then it will hold straight glide and fade back at the end. The Mystere doesn't have as much turn and fade as other discs that are 11 speeds. What makes this special is it will hold a tight line when thrown low and with power. If you throw this disc on an anhyzer and overpower it will pan out and give you great distance. When thrown on a hyzer the Mystere can be thrown high to ride the glide around corners for incredible distance.
Star plastic is premium plastic from Innova. It's relied on by everyone from amateur players to touring pros. It's got great grip, excellent durability, and it's available at a great price here at crittercontrolcincinnati.