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  1. Star Foxbat

    $17.99
    For less experienced players, the Foxbat is easy to throw straight. Veterans will find the Foxbat excels at long turnover approaches with minimal fade. The Foxbat can also be useful as a short utility disc as it holds a variety of lines. Whether you play a technical course, or just need a turnover approach disc, the Foxbat has you covered. Learn More
  2. Star Rancho Roc

    $17.99
    The Roc is simply the best, most versatile mid-range disc ever made. It provides accuracy at any range. This disc can take and hold the angle of release, even into a headwind. It can be used for driving, upshots, straight shots, hyzer shots or anhyzers. The Roc ages gradually and predictably. If you’re not sure what disc to throw, choose the Roc; just like most pros. The Rancho version is the most overstable of the Roc variations. Learn More
  3. Star Sidewinder Ellen Widboom (Tour Series)

    $17.99
    In 2019 Ellen covered her overstable needs with the XCal. In 2020 she wanted a disc that would cover a wider range of shots. The 165-169g Sidewinder can your next best go-to. A substantial portion of each sale will benefit Ellen Widboom and her touring efforts. Learn More
  4. Star Wedge

    $17.99
    Wedged in between a Putter and Mid-Range. The Wedge is easy to grip and release for smaller hands or for those who prefer a low profile straight flying Putter. When used as a Putter, it has a great neutral flight. For beginners, the Wedge is a great all around disc because of its straight flight and minimal fade. The Wedge is an accurate Mid-Range roller and turn over Mid-Range flyer for more advanced players. Learn More
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