The Innova Valkyrie is a World Record holding distance driver that is straight and has great glide. It is an easy to learn disc, and in lighter weights will give newer players extra distance. Lighter weights also give players extreme range when thrown downwind, while maximum weights can give excellent upwind distance. The Valkyrie’s high speed turn and flight characteristics make it great choice for long range turnover shots and rollers. 21.2 cm diameter.
It is a great choice for a beginner's first distance driver, tailwind drives, downhill distance, long turnover drives, and rollers.
Innova Team Champion member, Christian Sandstrom, of Sweden, shattered the distance record April 26, 2002 at "Big D in the Desert". His record throw of 250 meters (820 feet) was made with a 164g DX Valkyrie. Former team member Ken Jarvis was first to break the record with a throw of 247 meters. Ken's record lasted a mere 45 minutes! The previous record of 217.05m (712 feet) had been set by Chris Voigt of Germany.
Speed 9, Glide 4, Turn -2, Fade 2
|DX||Straight||150 Class - 175 grams|
|Champion||Straight||150 Class - 175|
|Star||Straight||150 Class - 175|
"This is my favorite driver. It is an incredibly versatile disc for me. It works very well with my throwing style. I tend to throw low and the Valkyrie gets great distance with low thrown shots. I typically carry three Valkyries with me during a round. One is beat and used for long turnover shots. The others can be used for hyzers and subtle helix shots." - Juliana Korver