Callie McMorran chose the Innova Metal Flake Roadrunner as her Tour Series disc this year, and they couldn't be more dope. Featuring gorgeous premium Metal Flake plastic and a fun robot roadrunner bird stamp, this disc is a must-have!
Innova's Metal Flake plastic is a premium plastic that is very similar feeling to Champion with a little less stability and slightly gummier as well.
The Innova Metal Flake Roadrunner is a very understable distance driver that has a ton of turn, lots of glide, and minimal fade. The Roadrunner is one of the most popular discs for roller shots with the understability making it easy to turn over enough to get it to start rolling.
If you are a beginner looking to add your first distance driver to your bag then this disc is an excellent candidate for the slot. The -4 turn rating will help fight the natural hyzer flight path, and the 9 speed rating doesn't require a ton of arm speed to throw.
With enough power and anhyzer on your throw, you can get this driver to hyzerflip and follow a beautiful s-curve flight path down the fairway.
We also have Juliana Korver's Halo Star Roadrunner.
Similar discs to the Roadrunner:
- Less turn: Halo Sidewinder, MVP Neutron Impulse
- Less speed: Legacy Icon Patriot
- More speed: Discraft Metallic Z Avenger SS
Innova Metal Flake Roadrunner Flight Ratings
- Speed: 9
- Glide: 5
- Turn: -4
- Fade: 1
Commonly Used For: Rollers, hyzer flip drives
Stability: Very Understable
- Diameter: 21.1 cm
- Height: 1.4 cm
- Rim Depth: 1.2 cm
- Rim Thickness: 1.8 cm
- Max Weight: 175 grams
- Flexibility: 8.39 kg