XT Mako

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XT Mako


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XT is the latest blend of material from our brilliants minds in the factory. XT is extra tough and extra tacky. If KC/MC Pro is too slick or firm for your taste XT is the material for you. Give the Mako a try in this new material and enjoy this new blend ASAP.



The Mako is our straightest flying and straightest finishing mid-range disc. It has the flight characteristic of a putter, with the glide and speed of a mid-range disc. A great performing disc that can take and hold the angle of release. Turnover shots stay turned over and hyzer shots stay hyzer. Excellent for staying on narrow fairways and threading through forests.


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Disc Model Mako
Plastic Type XT
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  1. XT Mako is a good putter as well. Review by John

    My first true love of all the mids is my Star Mako. It feels great in my hand and flies even better.

    That being said, I've always struggled to find a putter disc. As much as I appreciate the highly venerated Aviar, I've always found it to be too floaty for me in the slightest of breezes.

    This XT Mako has the low profile feel and the thicker, beadless rim that I prefer. The XT plastic feels good for putting and really grabs the chains.

    I still use my Star Mako for my longer throws and technical drives because I am used to the feel of the grip. For everything 100 feet and in, this XT is what I reach for. (Posted on 6/6/2018)

  2. The point n' shoot XT Mako Review by Nicolai

    Bought this on a whim as I love my Star Mako3 and I'm a huge fan of Innova XT plastic.
    It certainly flies true to the 4/5/0/0 flight numbers and the differences in speed between the two Mako discs is definitely noticeable. The XT Mako is a little slower but does have a touch more glide due to the moderate dome, the Mako3 being a 3 series disc is of course flat topped.
    Beadless, the XT Mako also has a smaller, more angled inside rim, and doesn't fit as well as the Mako3 - for me. I could see it being a perfect disc for women or kids, especially given it's flight rating, but also as a training tool, much like the other neutral discs often mentioned for form work like the Nova, Dart etc. (Posted on 5/17/2017)


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