Innova Champion Shryke Glow Disc Golf Distance Driver
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The Innova Champion Glow Shryke is an amazing high speed driver that glows in the dark! If you're looking for something to play with day and night here's a great disc for you.
A Shryke wants to be thrown at high speed and in the open field where it will have plenty of time to move from one side to the other and get a full flex so it achieves maximum distance. These discs are all glow champion so they're white during the day but they light up at night when you charge them and become a light green light that's easy to find in the dark.
The Shryke can be thrown with either the sidearm or backhand shot, it's meant for a full flex so the only requirement is that you give it a good pull to get the flight started. It's a 13 speed driver but it's a little flippy so many players from all skill levels will be able to use the Shryke after finding their rhythm.
You'll love the glide that comes with throwing a Shryke, they're meant to move forward even as the disc runs out of steam. The fade isn't as dramatic as other distance drivers like the Innova Destroyer or Innova Boss. The disc has a smaller rim than most high speed drivers do, that helps players get it going fast even if they don't have big hands.
Glow champion plastic is great for night golf. You can charge the disc with a flashlight and have fun after the sun goes down. The Glow plastic is slightly softer than champion plastic, but still stiffer than star. It's slightly less overstable and people who want more turn will love that in the Shryke.
Other Plastic Options
- Hi-tech plastic that provides superior performance.
- Provides ultimate durability in a translucent plastic.
- Holds the disc's original flight characteristics exceptionally well over time.