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Axiom Fission Defy (Pre-Order)

Axiom Fission Defy (Pre-Order)

Speed: 11 | Glide 5 | Turn: -1 | Fade: 3
Regular price $19.99 USD
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A new introduction to the Fission plastic family is here - the Fission Defy! Debuting as a stable-overstable distance driver, the Defy continues to be a driver you can depend on to not turn away from its flight path. With flight numbers of 11 | 5 | -1.5 | 3, the Defy in Fission plastic is slightly less stable, making it a great choice for easy but reliable distance for all arm speeds. The Fission Defy will still remain the line-locking, forward-finishing driver it’s expected to be, but now - thanks to it being available in lighter weights - more players can enjoy it! Experience the benefits of Fission technology for yourself, and try the Fission Defy today!

This is a pre-order. Weights & colors will vary. We can take requests added into your order notes, so just make sure to put in your preferences and we will do our best! Shipping date is to be confirmed, but we would expect around the end of August.

This is what MVP says about the Defy: "The Defy is straight with a nice bite of overstability at the end, and is best described as a more stable MVP Photon or a longer Axiom Clash. Like the Clash 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."

Flight Ratings: Speed 11, Glide 5, Turn -1, Fade 3

About the plastic: Neutron is an Opaque blend of premium polymers that offer extremely good durability and hand feel. Largest selection of bright colors. These have a decent amount of flex to them, but are on the stiffer side of something like an Innova Star plastic. Typically this is a plastic that is “true to flight numbers”, but it still depends on run to run.

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