Innova Halo Star AviarX3 ENG
The AviarX3 has a comfortable grip like the Aviar Putt & Approach we all know so well, but with its flat top it is faster, has less glide and a bit more fade. It can handle speed better. Ideal for putting in windy conditions. Aggressive backhand and forehand throws are a breeze with the AviarX3. The most overstable Aviar model to date, the AviarX3 is ideal for headwind upshots and drives. It has a similar grip and 3-series speed as the Aviar3 but with greater stability.
Comes in awesome-looking, multi-colored premium Halo Star plastic.
HALO STAR PLASTIC
Innova's Halo Star plastic doesn’t differ much from its regular Star plastic in terms of quality, but looks way cooler. Halo Star plastic holds well, slowly beats in and maintains its flight characteristics over a long period of time. An awesome-looking, multi-colored premium plastic.
If we'd have to pinpoint a difference in comparison to Star plastic, then Halo Star shows perhaps a bit more stability in distance drivers (meaning that the discs tend to fade towards the left a bit more when thrown right-handed backhand). In other words, the added value of Halo Star plastic is mostly in its amazing looks. Slightly more expensive than Star but in our opinion definitely worth it!
CHOOSING YOUR FRISBEE
Disc golf discs are not designed to catch with your hands. For experienced throwers it is possible to do so, preferably with a putter or a midrange disc, but if you are looking for a frisbee to play throw and catch with, we'd recommend an Ultimate Frisbee instead. You can find more advice on how to choose the best frisbee for you in our FAQ.