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Axiom Proton Envy

Axiom Proton Envy

Speed: 3 | Glide 3 | Turn: 0 | Fade: 2
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The Envy’s defining flight characteristic is its ability to hold a straight flight for power throwers, but also be a dependably stable approach disc for lower power throwers.

Its medium depth offers a healthy balance of straight flight paired with an easy clean release. While its flight stability is largely similar to the MVP Ion, the Envy offers an entirely new feel.

Its versatile stability on any type of shot will help the Envy find its way into every Axiom thrower’s bag.

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. 

Flight Ratings: Speed 3, Glide 3, Turn -1, Fade 2

About the plastic: Proton has a great feel in the hand, typically on the stiffer side and they are often semi-transparent in looks. They are one of the more stable plastics out of Axiom besides Eclipse. These are extremely durable, and look really fantastic in vibrant colors.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Brian Bassett

Nice stability but not too much. Pairing it with the Proxy you can cover pretty much any putter shot you need.

Good disc!

The Envy in classic! If you want a bit more skip or ground play, the proton plastic option is best. About the same stability as the soft Neutron plastic. I love proton plastic!

Stable putter

Best putter I’d you like hard plastic

my favorite throwing putter

I have the envy in almost every plastic. This one flies a little less stable than neutron, but still more stable than electron. It looks amazing and goes far.