The Beast-L was issued in the early portion of the wide rimmed driver era. The Beast-L was an instant classic when it was released; giving players more distance using less power. The Beast’s high glide, high speed and high speed turn all combine to give big distance. It is suitable for beginners and pros alike. The "L" version of the Beast is the most common version and was produced the longest. Recently in 2015, the Beast mold was retooled to make it more overstable. These discs are not the retooled version. The Champion Beast is endorsed by two-time World Champion Barry Schultz.
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: Factory Seconds (aka X-Outs) are cosmetically flawed discs that did not meet quality standards for regular production. The flaws do not affect flight characteristics or durability of the disc. The flaws can be one or more of the following: misprinted stamp, bubbles in the rim, or specks in the material.