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2011 AM Worlds Champion Archon

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MSRP: $24.99

Availability: In stock

Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $15.95

Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $15.95

SKU: 10644
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Regular Price: $19.95

Special Price: $15.95

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Limited release of 1st Run Champion Archons for the 2011 PDGA Amateur World Championships in Rochester, NY.

The Archon is a Speed 11 Distance Driver that blends the long turn of the Katana with the smooth fade of a Wraith. It has been described as a longer flying Valkyrie.

It is just a tad more overstable than the Valkyrie.

Speed 11, Glide 5, Turn -2, and Fade 2.

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Manufacturer Innova

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Austin Pelzman Review by Austin Pelzman
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I LOVE these CRF Archons, I bought one of these and have bought multiple since. It is a great all around disc. Great for long turnovers, and this disc can crush huge distance shots when thrown with some big anhyzers to allow the disc to glid. Great disc. (Posted on 9/1/12)
Ryan Conto Review by Ryan Conto
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I LOVE these CRF Archons, I bought one of these and have bought multiple since. It is a great all around disc. Great for long turnovers, and this disc can crush huge distance shots when thrown with some big anhyzers to allow the disc to glid. Great disc. (Posted on 12/4/11)

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