PLEASE NOTE - ALL STAR DESTROYERS CURRENTLY HAVE THE AVERY JENKINS SIGNATURE STAMP
Our Best-Selling Disc for online sales, the Star Destroyer lives up to its reputation as an extremely fast, overstable driver that works well for all methods of throwing from backhand to forehand to tomahawk. The plastic is semi-soft with a super grippy top-plate that`s awesome for sinking your thumb into and letting it rip hard and fast. Couple that with it`s truly amazing speed and you may get some of your longest drives ever.
Though the Destroyer is considered a fairly overstable driver, the stability can vary a good amount depending on the dome and the plastic. DX tend to be a little less stable while the Champions are more stable.
The less stable ones tend to be flatter and have a softer top plate. They are a tad less stable than the most stable Wraith`s, which are the Champion CFR`s and the Pro-Lines that had a lot of Star plastic in them. This coupled with their incredible speed makes this a fantasic backhand driver for those with the snap to throw any high-tech disc.
The higher domed Destroyers tend to be a bit more stable but have a bit more glide to them. I say "tend to be" because there are exceptions to this rule. Sometimes flat ones can be extremely overstable and domey ones not as stable, but these are fairly rare.
This thing will handle a pretty good amount of torque even when kept very low to the ground, flying straight for about 80% of its flight, then hooking at the end while still moving quickly forward. It will get more distance than you`d expect, considering it doesn`t spend much time finishing out it`s flight. Thrown with a good anhyzer, it will spend a bit more time coming out of it`s flight. And the resulting added distance will be substantial.
Weights: 165-175 grams.