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Aviar DX

Aviar DX
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The Aviar is the number one putter in disc golf, and has won more World Championships than all the other putters combined!

The Aviar DX is made from a slightly softer version of the DX plastic so it will really grab the chains.


  • Speed 3
  • Glide 3
  • High Speed Turn 0
  • Low Speed Turn +1
  • Flight Ratings

    Disc Nation Flight Ratings for Speed, Glide, Turn, and Fade.

    PDGA Specs

    Max Weight:
    176 g
    21.2 cm
    2 cm
    Inside Diam.:
    19.4 cm
    Rim Width:
    0.9 cm
    Rim Depth:
    1.5 cm

    Model & Plastic

    Model: Aviar Putt & Approach
    Brand: Innova

    Plastic: DX
    Plastic Grade: Entry Level
    Plastic Wear Rating: Very Fast

    This disc is beginner friendly!

    Stability Estimates

    Beginner Stability: 0.8
    Intermediate Stability: 0.5
    Expert Stability: 0

    Distance Estimates

    Beginner Distance: 100 feet
    Intermediate Distance: 175 feet
    Expert Distance: 300 feet
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    Average customer rating:
    (1 reviews)  

    1 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
    Nov 13, 2013
    this is easily one of the best putt and approach discs out there. When thrown at a fairly high speed, it holds a very tight, strait line with a little low-speed fade at the very end. Great for players of any skill level.

    Advantages: Very easy to learn. The DX plastic on these discs seem to be softer than other DX discs which makes it easy to grip and really helps grab the chains.

    Disadvantages: From my personal experience, (others may vary) I find that a lighter weight tends to fly just the way I like (slow, so it doesn't fly past the basket on approaches) but the the weight greatly affects how the disc flies. I recommend lighter for approaches and heavier for putts
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