Submitted by Spider Kid Location: Clearwater
Avg Drive: 300
Disc Weights: 170-171
Review: My first disc was a Spider and I was, in my opinion, great with it. I started off backhand but my brother taught me forhand. It is a awesome straight flying disc. It only turns if you want it to, and it's good that way too. I finally warped it in a pond so I got a new one. It was a differnet kind (bigger lip) and was floppy when I threw it forhand and it turned a lot. So, if you get one, get the smallest lip possible around 170 grams.
Submitted by Michael firstname.lastname@example.org
Review: I just traded for a beat up Spider becuase I heard that it was a good mid range. This disc is awesome. It is super straight and has great a feel to it. Definetely try this disc out to improve your mid range game.
Submitted by Chris Cauble <email@example.com>
I just got the new "spider" from innova. Heard it called "a straighter Gator", "half Roc/half Shark", and a cross between a Gator and Puma. I had to have one, as I am a huge Roc/Shark/Gator fan. In several rounds of playing, I find the Spider to be like a more stable Gator or maybe "baby Roc" is a good way to put it. very accurate, nice Gatory feel, and glides left on long mid shots a la the Roc. would say it's good for someone who thinks Roc feels too bulky or frisbee-like. I'm a Rochead too, so i would suggest it to Roc addicts for a nice new fix.
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