Axiom Proxy – Simon Lizotte Music City Open

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3 speed
3 glide
-1 turn
0.5 fade

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    SKU: Axiom-Proxy-Simon-Lizotte-Music-City-Open Categories: ,

    The Axiom Proxy - Simon Lizotte Music City Open is a understable Putter disc.

    It has been assigned a Speed of 3, a Glide of 3, a Turn of -1 and a Fade of 0.5 by the manufacturer (Axiom)

    We have the Axiom Proxy - Simon Lizotte Music City Open in Fission and Fission plastic in stock.

    Also note the additional information about the plastic and the manufacturer in the additional information tab.

    Technical details

    Manufacturer / DistributorAxiom Discs
    Approval Date24-09-2014
    Certification No.14-74
    Maximum Weight174.3 g
    Diameter21.0 cm
    Height1.8
    Edge depth1.5 cm
    Edge thickness1.1 cm
    Inner edge diameter18.8 cm
    Edge depth / diameter7.1 %
    Edges configuration63.50
    Flexibility6.58 kg

    Manufacturer - Axiom

    Axiom Discs is a disc golf brand of MVP Disc Sports headquartered in Marlette, Michigan, USA. The manufacturer is known for the production of discs with a ring made of a different plastic than the inner side of the disc. This GYRO® technology influences aerodynamics, linear pulse and angular pulse. This gives the manufacturer the opportunity to tune the discs even better and gives the discs a special longevity. It also provides the opportunity for attractive color combinations.

    Plastics

    Das Fission Plastik von MVP wurde entwickelt, um leichtere Scheiben mit einer relativ gesehen stärkeren Konzentration des Gewichtes im Rand der Disc zu produzieren. Durch den Einschluss von kleinen Luftbläschen im Kern der Disc werden damit Gesamtgewichte von bis zu nur 135 g erreicht. Damit wird Spieler*innen mit langsameren Wurfgeschwindigkeiten ermöglicht langlebige und schnellere Discs zu werfen.

    MVP's Fission plastic is designed to produce lighter discs with a relatively greater concentration of weight in the edge of the disc. Due to the inclusion of small air bubbles in the core of the disc, total weights of up to only 135 g are thus achieved. This allows players with slower throwing speeds to throw longer lasting and faster discs.
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