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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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So I finally threw mine at Cass Benton on Friday & Sleepy Hollow yesterday and I really liked the disc. KC Pro's seem to slide out of the chains on me so I really like the extra grippy Yeti Pro plastic. I ripped it on a few short straight holes and it flies really well. Putted a few times but not enough to know much.
Only deserve a signature disc if you win worlds? SO if they gave Double G his own signature distance driver he doesn't deserve it ? If your a 10x gold glove winner but have never won a World Series you don't deserve your own signature glove made to your specifications? The guy is hands down the best putter in the world , I think he can give some good input on what makes up a good disc.
First baseball has zero comparison to disc golf, second don't you mean Cameron Todd is the best putter in the world, finally Guthire did not win pro worlds so no he does not deserve it.
This disc has made it into my bag and I really like it.   Straight as an arrow!
I have decided the Yeti is a great upshot discs and not the best for a workhorse off the tee.  Can't comment on putting as that spot IS decided.  I wish they'd make DX ADs production...does anybody know where to find more of these?
Magics in the putter slot?

Aye!  They're 168

 

I've been toying with the idea of getting some 168 Wizards just to have something more stable.  We'll see the this summer, I don't want to play around with too much of my bag.

well, i have had mine for a few weeks now and have had the chance to get several rounds with it. Gotta say I really like it. I like the grippy plastic for a putter and it goes where i throw it.

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