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Innova DX Aviar Putter for Sale ($6)

Posted by randomtiz


inndxaviar

I bought this early on when I first started playing but haven’t ever gotten the feel of it down. I know lots of people use these, but I still use my heavily-banged up, “trusty” Leopard to putt with–go figure. Anyway, this disc hasn’t seen much use in years–or really at all for that matter.

It’s fairly clean with light scratches on the stamp and few scuffs around the rim. I’d rate its condition at about a 4/5. There are no dings nor ink! This DX Aviar Putter is 170g and flies great. It flies straight if thrown at the right speed. Its numbers are 2|3|0|1. Contact me if you’re interested!

Condition description:
5 = Nearly perfect (only thrown a few times)
4 = Very lightly used (One or two minor dings or scuffs)
3 = Normal used (normal amount of dings or surface scuffs, will look like most discs people have in their bag).
2 = Moderately Used (a couple larger dings/scratches and/or a slight misshape)
1 = Heavily Used (disc has seen a lot of use but still has some life left in it)

-JT

Innova DX Aviar Putter

Innova DX Aviar Putter

Innova DX Aviar Putter

Closeup View of Underside and Rim


Innova DX Wraith for Sale ($4)

Posted by randomtiz


inndxwraith

I like the Wraiths. I’ve thrown them in the DX, Pro, and Star models and love their performance. I’ve had this Innova DX Wraith for sometime now although I never threw it near as much as the Star model I had. Now it’s taking up room in my bag and I’d like to sell it.

This DX Wraith is 169g and its condition I’d say is about 2.5/5. It has normal scuffs and scratches on it will a ding on the rim towards its top edge. The stamp on front is weathered a bit and it does have ink on the back. This is a good long, stable distance driver that performs really well with tailwinds. Great for any skill level.

Condition description:
5 = Nearly perfect (only thrown a few times)
4 = Very lightly used (One or two minor dings or scuffs)
3 = Normal used (normal amount of dings or surface scuffs, will look like most discs people have in their bag).
2 = Moderately Used (a couple larger dings/scratches and/or a slight misshape)
1 = Heavily Used (disc has seen a lot of use but still has some life left in it)

-JT

Innova DX Wraith

Innova DX Wraith 169g

Innova DX Wraith

Closeup View of Scuffed Edges


175 DX Leopard

Posted by holeinone08


I purchased another Leopard since I left my last one at agnes moffit in Houston after purchasing it on the way to play and only throwing it 3 times. Once again I have the 175 g Red DX Leopard. I can throw this disc about 300′ with a little hyzer. Thrown like this, I love the flight path. The disc levels out fast and then holds a straight line before graduallly fading at the end. I have also found this disc to be useful as a roller. I am still a rank below novice when it comes to throwing a roller shot but this disc if thrown left of the target flat or with a little anhyzer will flip over fast and roll straight, then it turns a little right as its speed dies. I am still not putting with it sorry tizz but I love the aviar.
-TimmyP


Can’t Believe It’s Not [a] Putter

Posted by randomtiz


I’m telling you–and Stephen can attest to this–you have to invest in a Leopard. For me, it’s the DX. Two of them to be exact.

My Leopards are so accurate and predictable, I use them from everything to fairway driver to midrange, to most used as my PUTTER. I have used these over and over and can depend on them every time. They fly fairly straight at high speeds and have a slight hyzer fade at the end. If you can get where you can predict the fade at the end on ranges of 25+ ft, you’re golden. If I’m anywhere within 100 ft. of the pin, I’m always throwing a Leopard.

My two longest ringers ever at distances of  ~ 90+ ft, were both thrown with a 166g DX Leopard. I’ve hit numerous shots from around the 30-40 ft. range with these same two Leopards. Check this out, today on three consecutive holes I rang from ~30, 25, and 18 ft respectively. Bombed the next hole, then the next hit another birdie from 32 ft. I would never play without one. Great for all experience levels. DX’s run you shy of $8, get you one. And then lets hear stories.

-JT


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