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  1. Champion Colossus

    The Colossus is a max distance driver with predictable high speed turn and reliable fade. Although it has a wide rim, it is also relatively easy to hold and throw both backhand and forehand. If you've wanted to throw a really fast driver, but couldn't quite handle the wide rim, try the Colossus. Learn More
  2. Champion Daedalus

    The Daedalus is a new maximum downwind distance driver crafted for less powerful players, and doubles as a long distance roller for more advanced players. The Daedalus likes to be thrown low, make sure it doesn't soar too close to the sun. Learn More
  3. Champion Panther

    The Panther is a slightly understable mid-range disc with a shallow rim. Players of all abilities can use it for throwing medium and short range shots. The Panther is a perfect disc for those learning to throw a slow controlled turnover shot. The Panther makes a great small diameter roller for mid to long range shots. Learn More
  4. Champion Dominator

    The Dominator is a speed 13 plus distance driver designed to give the best of control and long line shaping for higher power players. Similar to the Katana, with more high speed stability, the Dominator has the glide to maximize distance with a predictable turn. Lower power players will be able to use the Dominator in weights down to the mid 150s in Blizzard plastic. Learn More
  5. Champion Boss

    This is a fast stable driver that can handle full power throws and moderate headwinds. Advanced players and sidearm throwers will appreciate the dependable stability. The Boss has a slight high speed turn to help maximize distance with a predictable fade. David Wiggins Jr used a 154 gram R-Pro Boss to set the World Record 338 M (1108.92 feet) for the longest throw in March 2016. The Champion Boss flight numbers have been updated to better reflect the more stable flight. (13/5/0/3) Learn More
  6. Champion Leopard

    The Leopard should be everyone’s first fairway driver as it is has excellent glide and is easy to throw straight and far. The Leopard is a great turnover disc for players of all skill levels. More experienced players can use the Leopard for throwing distance stretching “Hyzer Flip” shots. The Leopard makes a dependable long range roller. Learn More
  7. Champion Leopard3

    The Leopard3 has a nice controllable turn right out of the box. It can be thrown smooth for straighter shots, or harder for more turn. Adjusting the angle of release allows the Leopard3 to be an incredibly versatile fairway driver. Learn More
  8. Champion Tern

    Like the name, this disc has natural turn. Similar to the Archon, the Tern is a fast slightly understable disc that is designed for long shot shaping throws. In the hands of a powerful player, it just may be one of the farthest flying discs due to the long glide and natural turn. The Champion Tern flight numbers reflect a more stable flight. Learn More
  9. Champion Thunderbird

    The Thunderbird comes from strong bloodlines. The stability of a TeeBird with the speed of a Valkyrie; it can be described as a seasoned Firebird with less fade. The Thunderbird is predictable in wind and a great long range placement driver. Pros will appreciate the shot shaping ability of this driver while less experienced players will find a consistent, predictable flight. Learn More
  10. Champion Valkyrie

    In lighter weights gives new players extra distance. Lighter weights also give players extreme range when thrown downwind, while maximum weights can give excellent upwind distance. The Valkyrie’s high speed turn and flight characteristics make it great choice for long range turnover shots and rollers. Learn More
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