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I just bought one yesterday at Holden's Market near Kensington-Black Locust and was wondering how long these have been out and if anyone has used em yet. Innova says:
The Yeti Pro Aviar is a lot like a seasoned KC Pro Aviar. A straight flyer from the get go. With grippy but stiff Pro plastic with a bit of a sunken flight plate, the Yeti is sure to be popular for those who like a KC Aviar, but like them a little bit worn

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Stores are just now getting them in. I think there may have been a few early releases, but they are new.
What is with all this different Innova Plastic? Yeti-Pro, R-Pro, Wood-Pro... Pro... Seriously I feel like this is getting out of hand. I would love Innova to try reinventing the types of material used. instead of making different discs with a different feel, try making a rubber disc like Vibram. Is that even possibe, or does Vibram have a patent on that entire type of material?

I completely respect Innova, and what y have done for the sport, but I have what I need as far as discs go, and would like someone to invent the next big thing, and get us out of this Wide-rimmed disc phase
Yeti pro isnt a new type of plastic, the Yeti Pro Aviar is a new putter named after Jay "Yeti" Reading the three-time World Putting Champion.
The description is accurate. It putts similarly to my beat KC Pro. I use it for turning upshots so that my beat KC Pro only has to do one job--CHING.
Straight from Innova:
The Yeti Pro Aviar is a straight flying putter that works well on the course too. We've developed the Yeti in a firm, grippy blend of Pro blend of plastic. It's somewhere between DX and R-Pro in both grip and firmness. The unique slightly concave top allows for a lower profile and a straighter flight than our other big bead models (KC Pro, JK Pro & Aviar Driver). The grippy firm plastic feels great in your hand in any weather.
I want one
Has just the right amount of grip !
Thought you had to be a world champ to get a signature disc? or at least kinda good
Rec'd the Innova sales email, been holding off on the purchase.
Not very many want to change their putter if it works for them.

Personally use the KC Pro Aviar, like one new and one beat in.
Keep 2 in the putter pouch.

How many putters are out there now?
I got mine at PIAS about a week and a half ago. I have been throwing Aviars since they were introduced, and I have added this one to my bag.
It says Yeti, and mentions that Jay Yeti Reading is an X-time world putting champion, but it does NOT have his signature on it.
Have you seen Jay Reading putt???

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