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The Innova Star Wraith is one of the most popular distance drivers on the market. It's reliable, durable, and can be thrown with confidence by players from beginner to touring pro.
If you're looking for a disc that can handle both sidearm and backhand you've found it. The Wraith is perfect for both of those throwing techniques and doesn't have a giant rim so it's easy to hold. If you're throwing the Wraith you really should have at least 300 feet of distance to cover. If you're struggling to get your destroyer to flip the Wraith may be the answer, at 1 speed slower it has the same flight path. Initially the Wraith wants to start straight, get over and turn for a bit, then glide forward and start a long slow fade. Wraith's tend to be domey which gives them a neutral S curve flight. They don't tend to sway to the right or left as much as some other high speed driver discs. You'll love this disc in the wind, a tailwind will give it extra distance, and it won't flip over out of control into a headwind. The Wraith is prized for its accuracy and stable flight.
Star plastic is often chosen by pros because of the grip, stiffness, and durability in the disc. DX breaks down too quickly when it hits trees, champion takes a long time to break in, and star plastic seems to fit just right. It's available at a great price as well. These discs can last for years, and when they become flippy they're just ready for a long anhyzer shot.
So if you're ready to throw a disc that's dominated since its release in 2005, get an amazing disc today!