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I emailed Innova support and they told me they used to make "premie" versions (stands for premature) of discs that were ultralight. Bridies and polecats were made down to 80g and other premies were normally 80-110g. If anyone has either of those discs in 80g I would love to buy one.
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Old 04-04-2020, 10:53 PM
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I recently purchased a 113 polecat and a 136 stingray from Marshall street for my 5 year old. That polecat is a blast!!! I swear I can get it to float in place for a minute. It's crazy. And fun!
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