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Streamline SE Neutron Ascend (Jalapeno Assassin)

Streamline SE Neutron Ascend (Jalapeno Assassin)

Speed: 6 | Glide 5 | Turn: -3 | Fade: 0.5
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Welcome to our next Disc Golf Deals USA x DFX collab with the Jalapeño Assassin stamp on the Neutron Ascend! This is from Artist Marm.O.Set who is all about some of the best designs in disc golf, and none better than this to celebrate the flippy 6 Speed out of Streamline Discs!

The Ascend is here to lift your understable fairway game to new levels! With a speed of 6, glide of 5, turn of -3, and a fade of 0.5, the Ascend is a truly understable fairway driver designed for players of all skill levels.

Players who are learning the game will love the Ascend’s easily attainable straight flights and, thanks to its glide, surprising distance for a fairway driver. Experienced and higher power players will appreciate the controllable turn the Ascend has to offer — allowing them to carve a lot of lines from hyzer angles and launch massive turnovers.

With that easy flight, comfortable feel in the hand, and the tremendous Streamline Neutron plastic, the Ascend will find a place in any bag!

Flight Ratings: Speed 6, Glide 5, Turn -3, Fade 0.5

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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