The defining characteristic of the Insanity’s flight is its slow turn and straight fade, crafted by design with softened shapes to mimic a worn Inertia. Thusly the Insanity needs less power to execute certain Inertia flights and will exhibit a bit more turn and a noticeably more neutral fade portion than the Inertia.
High power throwers will see enhanced glide and forward carry at low speeds, making it useful for a variety of low-ceiling shots and higher tailwind-riding lines. Average power throwers will see the most advantage with low height drives that gain distance and have enough stability to easily range.
The Insanity is most suited to backhand drives, and either highly skilled forehands, or beginner-power forehands. Its high-speed turn excels for hyzer-flip drives, turnovers, and smooth-power flat ,, as well as a variety of utility and tailwind shots.
Eclipse special edition: In the daytime, we are treated to an absolutely trippy stamp that is going to turn heads and drop jaws. But don’t forget this is an Eclipse 2.0 stamp – we get to see just how deep the rabbit hole goes when the lights go out. Mike Inscho didn’t hold back and gave us a truly insane Halloween Special Edition. (Disc Rim will vary in colour)
Speed 9, Glide 5, Turn -2, Fade 1.5