The RocX3 is essentially all the great flight characteristics of the Roc3 with added stability. This mid can handle wind and speed with ease. Perfect for forehands and backhands that need a reliable finish without dumping into the ground.
The Roc3 holds a line in a variety of wind conditions and has a predictable fade, making this an ideal 'Go-To' Mid-Range in almost any situation. Advanced players will love the versatility of this disc while newer players can rely on the consistent finish.
The convex rim, small bead and flat flight plate give the Lion a comfortable grip and create a neutral flight. Thrown hard and flat, it’ll finish with a touch more glide than a Roc3 and enough fade to keep it on track. Trust anhyzer to hold a long, consistent line throughout the flight. The Lion is the first stock disc featuring INNfuse art—a vibrant and durable decoration showcasing endless color combinations.
The Roc provides accuracy at any range. This disc can take and hold the angle of release, even into a headwind. It can be used for driving, upshots, straight shots, hyzer shots or anhyzers. The Roc ages gradually and predictably. If you’re not sure what disc to throw, choose the Roc.
Meet the Rat. It’s a low-profile, beadless mid-range that flies fast out of the hand. Add the flat top and the Rat could be the most comfortable sidearm approach disc around. Rip it forehand and it’ll fly straight with a predictable fade at the tail end. The backhand grip feels just as good with a flight just as predictable. Bonus: It’s a good option for headwind approach shots.
This Mid-Range disc is the perfect solution for anyone who wants a straight flyer with very limited fade. The Mako3 is available in Champion plastic, and it's faster than the original Mako. Players will like the Mako3's glide for added distance. The easy to grip and release rim offers clean consistent releases. The Mako3 is a great disc for one disc rounds.
The Atlas is an overmold that combines a firm, low-profile flight plate with a grippy rim. This Mid-Range flies straight with minimal fade, combining accuracy and control with an ergonomic grip. The Atlas performs well for both backhand and forehand throwers forgiving small throwing errors better than other Mid-Range discs. The Atlas features four 'compass points' located on the underside of the disc. These ports are where the rim is injected over the flight plate.
The Stingray is a large diameter disc that has a very predictable turn and excellent glide. It has a shallow rim that makes it easy to grip for smaller hands and allows for a smooth consistent release. These characteristics make it a good choice for beginners. The Stingray is also an excellent disc for throwing controllable mid to long range roller shots.
The Shark is the perfect mid-range disc for players of all skill levels. It is great for predictable straight, hyzer or anhyzer drives and approach shots, plus you can even putt with it. Beginners will benefit from the smooth rim and consistent release. It has good carry and makes long approaches easy to reach.