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DX Gator

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MSRP: $9.99

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Regular Price: $8.95

Special Price: $7.79

Regular Price: $8.95

Special Price: $7.79

SKU: 47
Midrange Drivers

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Regular Price: $8.95

Special Price: $7.79


The Gator is a power shot midrange driver that handles the wind and hyzers consistently on shorter drives, then steps up to handle the torque needed for longer midrange drives. At high speed, with a lot of snap, this disc holds its line incredibly well with little effect from the wind due to its low profile.

Wide variety of colors. 150-175 grams.

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Manufacturer Innova

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Just as overstable as the premium plastic counterparts Review by Taylor
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Great slow beefy midrange. Like all dx discs the gator will collect scratches and dings easily but that doesn't mean that the stability will change. Mine stayed exactly the same for over a year with lots of exterior wear but little to no change in stability. (Posted on 1/15/14)
David whitman Review by David whitman
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this disc is perfect when you need that fade. It takes one skip and sits down heavy. This is a real go to disc for approach shots and short hyzer drives. Great addition to anyone's bag... (Posted on 11/23/12)
Kevin DiVerde Review by Kevin DiVerde
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Very reliable overstable midrange. Good grip in DX plastic. Straightens out and gains more glide as it breaks in, so it has a very long and useful lifespan. (Posted on 9/28/12)
Ryan Conto Review by Ryan Conto
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Great driver for short holes, no matter how hard you throw the disc, it will not flip over. Put all the snap you want into the disc and it will fade hard. (Posted on 1/16/12)
Gabriel Howe Review by Gabriel Howe
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Nice spike hyzer midrange. Slightly overstable in higher plastic, the DX will lose that quickly. Useful for longer midrange approaches.Review:Overstable midrangeFairly quickGood for longer approachesBeaded rim (Posted on 11/8/11)
Gabriel Howe Review by Gabriel Howe
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Fairly stable midrange. More stable than most so it can be used for much farther approaches. Has a great grip. Can be used for hard hyzer tosses but also will fight back from an anhyzer approach. Loses its stability as it hits trees.Review: More stable midrangeGood for longer approachesNice inbetween discGood beginner disc (Posted on 10/10/11)
Sam Hoertt Review by Sam Hoertt
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This is a great disc good flight of beggining throws and flies straight love it.i even use it for long and short ranges. (Posted on 4/26/11)
Erik Trudelle Review by Erik Trudelle
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The gator is a good disc, I used one as a putter for a while but switched to an Aviar JK Pro. I still keep this in my bag though. (Posted on 4/11/11)
Mike Benson Review by Mike Benson
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I had a gator and ended up selling it. I could never get a consistent throw with it. I would recommend instead a Roc, since it has similar flight characteristics. (Posted on 1/22/11)
Peter Robertson Review by Peter Robertson
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I borrowed this from a friend for one round and didn't like it much at all. This disc is better served as an approach disc. Go for a Roc or Coyote if you want a good, solid midrange. (Posted on 1/20/11)
Andy Kloiber Review by Andy Kloiber
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A great stable midrange from Innova. The DX plastic feels good but beats in fast. Look at a Star Gator if you like your Gator stable. (Posted on 10/29/10)

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