Innova Star Rat
Innova Star Rat, 175g, orange or blue, Free State Fling steam engine
Innova Star Rat, 175g, orange or blue, Free State Fling steam engine
Innova Star Rat, 175g, orange or blue, Free State Fling steam engine
Innova Star Rat, 175g, orange or blue, Free State Fling steam engine
Innova Star Rat, 175g, orange or blue, Free State Fling steam engine
Innova Star Rat, 175g, orange or blue, Free State Fling steam engine
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Innova Star Rat, 175g, orange or blue, Free State Fling steam engine

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INNOVA RAT

Players have asked for a forehand-specific approach disc and we’ve responded. 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.

[4,2,0,3]

DISC COLOR: Blue or orange
STAMP: 2019 Free State Fling steam engine 
FOIL COLOR: Varies, choose from drop down menu
WEIGHT: 175 gm

Cool fact - The old town of Bloomington (which is now underwater from the Clinton Lake Reservoir) was a stop on the underground railroad before the Civil War.  Hence the steam engine logo.