Innova has just released the Mako3 in DX plastic, the original in affordable plastic. These Mako3's are grippy, and can handle downpours, heat, and cold weather as if their lives depended on it, offering laser straight flight in all conditions. The Mako3 has been around for over ten years, and theres no doubt that this disc is a good one.
The Innova Mako3 is a stable midrange that flies straight with very limited fade. Faster than the original Mako, the Mako3 is easy to grip and release, holding whatever line you release it on. The Mako3 has cultivated quite a following, and the Innova Mako3's insanely straight flight is what keeps players of all skill levels gravitating towards it for point and shoot shots from approaches to tee shots.
DX plastic is Innova's baseline plastic. This affordable blend is opaque and provides fantastic grip in all weather. DX plastic is great for cold or rainy days. where other discs might slip through your fingers. These discs have a tendency to break in over time, and the flight path may change with added use.
Making the Mako3 in DX plastic seems like a no-brainer, and makes this mold readily available and affordable for everyone. Many players believe that throwing a disc straight is the hardest shot in disc golf, but bagging a Mako3 makes this kind of shot easier than ever before. Innova has always had excellent midranges, and the Mako3 is no exception.
This mold is ideal for players of all skill levels, and can be thrown by all arm speeds with relative ease. The DX Mako3 will get slight less stable with time and seasoning, allowing for a variety of uses during the life of the disc.