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MVP and Axiom Disc Sports

Putters

The Ion is produced by MVP Disc Sports. It is a straight to overstable putter. Power putters can use it with confidence.

Anode - Clean putting releases and straight flights make the Anode MVP's most accurate putter. Long smooth hyzer and anhyzer lines are made easy with the Anode as an approach disc. Great glide contributes to its ability to adapt to any putting style.

The Atom is a straight flyer with enormous potential off the tee and on long approaches. Right off the shelf, the Atom has a neutral stability with just a bit of fade.

The Envy is a slightly overstable putt and approach disc.

Midranges

The Vector is MVP's first midrange. It has an overstable flight with good glide.

The Axis is MVP's second midrange. It is a straighter flyer than the Vector with that same great glide.

The Tensor is MVP's overstable midrange driver.
The Tensor will exhibit reliable high-speed stability for power throwers and is great for approach shots on windy days. The Tensor has outstanding glide coupled with its great high-speed stability, always followed by a dependable fade.

The Tangent is MVP's slightly understable midrange driver.
Low power throwers will find this disc to be great for easy neutral lines and effortless glide.

The Alias is a straight flying midrange.

Fairway Drivers

MVP says this about the AMP:
The Amp fairway driver has a smooth turn and substantial glide with minimal fade. It is excellent for both high and low power players looking for easy, controllable distance with accuracy.

What MVP says about the Volt:

The Volt is our stable controllable fairway driver.
The Volt fairway driver is capable of holding long dependable lines with a slow, forward-penetrating fade. Its aerodynamic profile is optimized for long, accurate placement shots.

What MVP says about the Shock:
The Shock is a more stable complement to the Volt. With a high power throw, it will hold a long straight line with less turn and immense glide followed by a late dependable fade.

Resistor-The Resistor is part of a new slower family of fairway drivers with a more controllable speed. The combination of its flat overstable profile and GYRO™ technology allows it to resist turn and experience a strong reliable fade.

The Servo is part of a new class of fairway drivers with a lower power requirement and more controllable speed. Its extended GYRO™ Push yields a straighter lateral movement and immense glide with an effortless forward fade. Both high- and low-power throwers alike will achieve easy pinpoint accuracy with ultimate line control, making the Servo their go-to placement driver in the fairway.

MVP says this about the Switch:

The Switch is part of a new class of fairway drivers with a lower power requirement and more controllable speed. Its understable profile offers smooth controlled turnovers and a delayed minimal fade.

MVP says this about the Crave:

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.

What MVP says about the Inspire:

The Inspire is the second fairway driver from Axiom Discs, and is an understable complement to the breakout hit Crave. Skilled players will be able to get smooth straight and turnover/flip lines from the Inspire, while beginners and lower-powered throwers will gain distance and usability from its understable nature.

What MVP says about the Virus:

TThe Virus is Axiom's easiest to throw distance driver, with a glide and responsive understability that keeps it in the air. Power throwers will be able to flex huge turnover shots with straight forward fade. Average throwers will be able to extend and shape lines using the Virus' turn and gentle fade. Compared to the MVP lineup, the Virus resembles a worn-in Impulse.

Distance Drivers

The Inertia is the grand debut of our 20mm-wing distance driver class. This class of controllable distance drivers will all have a wide weight range from 155g to 175g. This allows for an unmatched GYRO™ Push to give throwers increased control in their distance drives. The Inertia's understable profile will allow high power throwers to achieve consistent hyzerflips that will carry far and accurately. Its Neutral flight for low power throwers will allow for reliably straight distance lines with accuracy.

The Tesla's responsive design balances a subtle turn and reliable fade, while a pronounced glide and forward finish gain extra distance. The Tesla extends high power or headwind lines and has plenty of bite to fade back reliably and reduce lateral drift. The Tesla can be considered the big brother to our acclaimed Volt fairway driver. Choose the Tesla for long-range pinpoint accuracy.

The Motion is designed to resist turnover from power or headwind during a long straight travel, followed by a reliable fade. Fans of the Resistor will appreciate the Motion's extended distance with familiar characteristics. While it serves as a utility driver for average-power throwers, high-power throwers will find a trustworthy straight-to-overstable distance workhorse. Forehand throwers will find its overstability especially useful for torque resistance.

Mayhem - straight to stable high speed distance driver

Tenacity - is Axiom’s understable bomber from the new high-speed 23mm distance class.

The Teleport's straight-stable design produces a tight S-curve at high speeds, with plenty of stability to keep it headed toward its target.

The Trace has a manageable 21mm rim width and straight-stable flight that places it squarely in the Speed 11 Power Straight market. The Trace's moderate dome is smooth and even, with a shoulder and depth that yields excellent glide. Most players will be able to stand the Trace up on a hyzerflip, but the Trace will soak up plenty of power before being pushed off its straight line. Its ending fade is smooth but dependable for easy ranging.