The Avenger SS produces distance-optimized flight patterns for both beginners and intermediates through a combination of balanced stability and high Glide that significantly extend the disc’s time-in-flight.
Additionally, the Avenger SS’s gentle Fade performance provides extra distance by ensuring a longer, straighter finish that pulls the disc back to the original flight line.
For a more control and wind resistance, consider the Innova Champion Valkyrie.
Flight Rating Analysis:
|Distance Driver||High Glide for extended flight time||Balanced / slightly understable aerodynamics produce long turnover flights at a wide range of speeds||Long, straight finish for additional distance|
Why ESP Plastic?
Ultra-premium ESP is Discraft’s durable, rigid plastic with excellent grip, giving it the superior torque resistance for maximum flight consistency with both forehand and backhand release styles.
Optimal Weight Ranges
Increased glide and distance potential; reduced wind resistance – Learn why.
Balanced performance plus maximum versatility
Increased control, consistency, and wind-resistance, but with reduced distance potential
Configuration vs. Average Driver:
Note: The Avenger’s higher than average dome generates extra glide for superior distance performance, while it’s median rim configuration produces balanced, neutral flight patterns.
“The Avenger SS™ is the premium maximum distance driver for amateur players, combining long glide with ease of control. Throw it hard and flat for a slight fade to the right, then watch the Avenger SS™ keep on gliding through a smooth, gentle finish.” Source
Rim Width (cm): 1.9
Rim Configuration: 29.25
Height (cm): 1.8
Diameter (cm): 21.4
Rim Depth (cm) 1.2
Flexibility (kg): 11
Cert. # 08-04
Speed measures the ability of a disc to “cut” through the air, with high-Speed discs having sharply angled, wide rims.
High speed discs (11-15) have the longest flight potential, but they also require the highest release velocity and best throwing technique to provide optimal flights.
Lower speed discs have less distance potential, but they will provide superior control and more optimized flights at lower speeds.
For this reason. lower speed drivers (6-10) are recommended for beginners looking for optimal flight performance and advanced players looking for more control in narrow fairways.
Fade measures the tendency of a disc to hook at the end of flight as it slows.
Produces a strong hook at the end of flight, providing less distance but better distance control.
High fade discs have superior wind-resistance and are the best options for Flex Shots, Hyzers, and Overheads.
Produces straighter finishes, providing more flight distance. Low Fade discs also provide more versatility as they are better able to hold a variety of flight angles.
Low-fade discs are essential for Anhyzer shots.
Glide measures the amount of lift generated by the disc. It is best used to compare discs in the same Speed class.
Extends the flight time of the disc, providing the best/longest flight distance potential.
High Glide discs are more susceptible to flight variations caused by headwinds and tailwinds
Provides superior distance control. Low Glide is also the best option for Overhead Shots (thumber, tomahawk, etc.).
Turn measures the tendency of a disc to “Turn Over” or “Flip” during high-speed flight, pulling the disc in the opposite direction of its natural Fade.
High Turn (Overstable)
Must be thrown at extremely high speeds to turn over.
Overstable discs are the most predictable and wind resistant discs, but they must be thrown with significant velocity to produce distance-optimized flights.
High Turn (Understable)
Turn over at more moderate speeds, generating optimal max-distance flight patterns much more easily than Overstable discs.
Understable disc flights are less predictable than those of Overstable discs, particularly on windy days.
As discs wear with use, they become increasingly understable.
Durability measures the tendency of a disc to maintain its like-new flight patterns.
Additionally, when a disc is available in more than one plastic option, the version produced with more durable plastic is typically more stable and wind-resistant than the version produced with less durable plastic (find out why HERE).
High Durability Plastic
Increases long-term consistency and predictability; particularly important for control drivers and high-wind discs.
Low Durability Plastic
Allows players to more easily “tune” discs to provide different stability levels. This practice is most common for players who like to carry several copies of their favorite molds.
Measures overall grip performance.
Softer and/or less durable plastics tend to provide the best overall grip.
Some ultra-premium plastics also deliver high grip through the addition of specialized polymers in the resin blends. These materials are much more costly, but they allow manufacturers to produce discs that provide both high grip and high durability.
GRIP RATING RANGE:
Lower-Weight Discs have been proven to produce longer flights than heavier discs for two reasons:
Light-weighting allows discs to stay aloft at lower speeds, increasing flight duration and distance. Learn more with our complete Glide Video Guide.
Reducing disc weight helps players generate more release velocity, and release velocity has been proven to be the most important factor in determining drive distance. Learn more Here.