The Clash is a unique line-shaping complement to the Crave, built to open up more lines on the fairway. Wherever the Crave is too straight or doesn’t fade enough, the Clash picks up and shines. High-power throws will activate a greater turning phase than the Crave to shape lines; however, at any power level, the Clash will fade more than the Crave. This yields a responsive and rangeable fairway driver.
Good choice for: Predictable fairway lines, reliable finishes
Axiom - Envy
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.
Good choice for: Reliable high speed stability and accuracy on approaches, neutral flight and minimal fade
Axiom - Panic
The Panic is thoroughly overstable, with plenty of beef to handle headwinds and torqued-up sidearms. Its overstability holds the Panic on any kind of hyzer line and allows steep anyhyzer flex shots. For high-power throwers, the Panic will be a useful utility driver, while newer and average throwers will get an extremely overstable flight. The Panic is best described as a seasoned MVP Nitro.
The Proxy shares the Envy mold’s core, lending the same low-profile feel and solid grip, along with a short wing width and wide flight plate diameter for superior glide. The Proxy sets itself apart from the Envy with a remarkably straight forward-fading finish. A bit of high-speed turn potential allows the Proxy’s lines to be manipulated over a broad range of power and helps less powerful throwers achieve straight putter drives.
Good choice for: Straight putter drives for low power throwers, reliable finishes
Discmania - CD2
The CD2 quickly surpassed the CD in popularity. It offers you a humongous amount of control, along with sneaky distance for a disc with only a speed rating of 9. The CD2 is suitable to be the all-around general use driver for a range of skill levels, and by firing it at different launch angles you can get various flight patterns out of it.
Good choice for: Controlled drives, straight shots, turnovers, maximum distance drives, for all skill levels
Discmania - FD
The first fairway driver by Discmania was an instant hit as soon as it was released, and to date is still one of their most sold discs. It flies straight like a midrange, but the exceptional glide gives it extra range without sacrificing any lateral accuracy. So don't let the speed 7 fool you, this disc will fly far.
Good choice for: Straight fairway drives, turnovers, rollers, for beginners, advanced and pro players alike
Discmania - FD3
The FD3 is Discmania's most stable fairway driver. For many players it will be a utility driver that only comes out in specific situations, like in strong headwinds or to cut tight corners. For players with more arm speed, it will hold a straight line for a longer time, before the inevitable fade. The FD3 is no stone without any glide though. For a skilled player it can adapt to many special throws like skip shots, upside-down shots and flex shots.
Good choice for: Intermediate and advanced players, headwind drives, hyzer shots, flex shots
Discmania - MD3
The MD3 is a notch faster midrange, thus giving it more distance potential. The MD3 also holds lines very well, so whether you are going for a hyzer or anhyzer shot, it holds the angle very well throughout the flight. Straight shots stay straight also if given enough power.
Good choice for: Versatile approach disc, straight drives, all skill levels
Discmania - MD4
The Discmania MD4 is a sure-fire overstable mid. It has a lot in common with the MD3, but the blunt nose gives it a shot of overstability. It is still quite fast with some glide, so it is not a one trick pony that crashes into the ground as soon as the fade starts. It can be used for a multitude of shots by controlling the launch speeds and angles.
The P3x is at the more overstable range of putters. It has a stable flight and an improved grip. The P3x is very flat and also slightly shallower than the P2. The bead at the bottom of the wing also makes the grip very comfortable whether putting or driving. Forehand shots with a putter are not the easiest of disc golf feats, but the ergonomic and stiff feel of the P3x make it relatively easy.
Good choice for: Reliable approaches, windy putts, forehand putter throws
Discmania - PD
The PD is perhaps Discmania's most versatile driver, good for many different uses. When new, it is pretty overstable, but in different plastic types and stages of wear it can attack several different lines. It is good for hyzer shots, flicks, S-curves and so on. Many top ranked players in the world have one or more PDs in their bag for different situations.
Good choice for: Long drives, controlled drives, flicks, advanced and pro players
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