Innova Champion Boss (World Record)
The Boss is a fast stable driver that can handle full power throws and moderate headwinds.
The Boss is a fast stable driver that can handle full power throws and moderate headwinds. Advanced players and sidearm throwers will appreciate the dependable stability. The Boss has a slight high speed turn to help maximize distance with a predictable fade. Simon Lizotte used a 157 gram Blizzard Champion Boss to set the World Record (863.5 feet) for the longest throw in October 2014. The Champion Boss flight numbers have been updated (13/5/0/3) to better reflect the more stable flight.
Innova's Champion plastic is produced with a hi-tech material that provides outstanding performance and durability. Champion discs are distinguished by a clear or pearlescent plastic. Champion line discs retain original flight characteristics for an extended period of time. Whether used in heavily wooded situations, or on extremely rugged courses, Champion plastic will continue to perform predictably and avoid damage better than any other plastic. Originally designed for professional players, Champion discs are usually more stable than the same model in Pro, R-Pro or DX.
Note: These discs feature the World Record hotstamp, noting the 1108ft distance throw by David Wiggins in 2016. Previous stock runs of all versions of the Boss did not have this hotstamp. There is no difference in the mold or anything else that would make these discs fly differently, it's simply different artwork.