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These seem to me to be 2 of the largest dealers out there for discs. I wanted to get everyone's opinion on Discraft vs Innova and why?

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Not this again!  lol! Both have great discs! Both have love for the sport! I think they are equal!

Channeling Hippy, are we?

they all suck. you only find 1 out of 20 that flies right for you no matter what the company


there are molds from both that I like to throw, but Innova's champ plastic seems to have the biggest issue with inconsistancy. 

I bet a search would produce at least a dozen similar threads. Here is how they ultimately pan out: Innova for driving, Discraft for midding, personal preference for putting. Then there will be a roc vs. buzzz fight. Someone will forget a z on the end of Buzzz and some Buzzz lover will correct them. Someone else will say "they all suck" (already happened). There will be 10-12 Latitude 64ers voicing their opinions...etc.


Are you really saying that people mispell rock and buzz and disk golf, thats krazy tock.

Haha. Nice.

Yeah I say it have less to do with buying into a brand name and more to do with finding a disc that fly right for you. If you pick a brand and only go with it you may never find a disc you would have loved! My bag has in it, Gateway, Lat64, Westside, Rip Disc Golf, Innova, Discraft, SkyQuest, And DGA

And some times I take a few otehr brands if I'm playing a DGC that I want the Disc for... also throw some Quest, and have a Rampage... though I do not throw the Rampage that much. (Only because i had a big back surgery 6 month ago and it's still to big for me. You might even ask a friend that has a disc you are thinking about getting, sometimes a few throws with a friends disc can make you love or hate the disc. Side note, if at first you do not love a disc, give it a chance as it might just take a few throws to get the hang of it.

The answer is of course bacon.


This topic has been discussed to death and now there are quite a few new companies. My advice is to go buy a disc that looks promising and throw it. If you like it keep it in your bag. 

If I had to throw only one brand I would probably choose Discraft. Mostly because there isn't an Innova mid-range I trust. But there are several Innova discs I like to keep in my bag, Star Archon, Star SL, Champ Banshee, Star Rhyno, and a DX Aviar. Unless you're sponsored by one company or the other, I think it's silly to just throw all one brand

Glow Champion Gator and Glow Champion Mako. I am being serious. They fly true forever. I didn't believe it the first time I heard it, either. Just try.


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