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Axiom Discs Fission Crave
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Axiom Discs Fission Envy
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The Crave provides controllable straight flights with a great feel and loads of dual-color style. Relative to MVP drivers, the Crave is like a seasoned Servo. The popular "worn workhorse-stable" vibe is achieved with subtle wing contours that also feel great in the hand. The stability, range of weights, and easy throw make the Crave a GYROâ„¢ rig staple. The Envy has a smooth modern feel that fits in the hand perfectly, lending confidence for both putt and approach duties. The Envy exhibits reliable high-speed stability and a minimal fade. With a slightly lower profile and cruising speed than the Ion and Anode class, the Envy is a uniquely "lid-like" stable putter. The Fireball is overstable and wind-resistant like the MVP Motion, but has an overall straighter and longer flight profile. The Fireball has a longer forward push during its early stage of fade, where the Motion would have begun a long gradual fade. At the end of its flight the Fireball will drop later and more abruptly than the Motion.
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With a speed of 7, glide of 5, turn of -2, and a fade of 1, the Rhythm was designed to be either a great first driver or a line shaping fairway driver for power arms. Lower power players will find the Rhythm to be laser straight with a slight fade at the end, making it a great line hitting disc. Please welcome the next great understable disc from Axiom - the Rhythm! With a speed of 7, glide of 5, turn of -2, and a fade of 1, the Rhythm was designed to be either a great first driver or a line shaping fairway driver for power arms. Lower power players will find the Rhythm to be laser straight with a slight fade at the end, making it a great line hitting disc. Higher power players will love the Rhythm for carving up the woods with hyzer flips or natural turnovers from flat, even rollers aren’t out of the question for the Rhythm. Whether you’re looking for your first straight driver or an awesome line shaper, turn to the Rhythm to find your beat on the course.



Speed: 6.5, Turn: 5, Turn: -1, Fade: 1
The Defy is straight with a nice bite of overstability at the end, and is best described as a heavily seasoned MVP Photon or a longer Axiom Crave. Like the Crave the Defy exhibits remarkable resistance to turnover even at high power. Players seeking a long straight power driver will appreciate the line-locking tendencies of the Defy, and throwers not fully powering the Defy will still get a highly useable long overstable disc.
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The Envy has a smooth modern feel that fits in the hand perfectly, lending confidence for both putt and approach duties. The Envy exhibits reliable high-speed stability and a minimal fade. With a slightly lower profile and cruising speed than the Ion and Anode class, the Envy is a uniquely "lid-like" stable putter. The Defy is straight with a nice bite of overstability at the end, and is best described as a heavily seasoned MVP Photon or a longer Axiom Crave. Like the Crave the Defy exhibits remarkable resistance to turnover even at high power. Players seeking a long straight power driver will appreciate the line-locking tendencies of the Defy, and throwers not fully powering the Defy will still get a highly useable long overstable disc. The Proxy shares the Envy mold's core, lending the same low-profile feel and solid grip, along with a short wing width and wide flight plate diameter for superior glide. The Proxy sets itself apart from the Envy with a remarkably straight forward-fading finish. A bit of high-speed turn potential allows the Proxy's lines to be manipulated over a broad range of power, and helps less powerful throwers achieve straight putter drives.