The Axiom Paradox disc is one of the most understable midrange drivers ever created. This disc is adept at accomplished crazy lines and utility shots. The Paradox wants to turn and move around the course, so be prepared for some crazy lines fresh out of the box! The disc’s under stability, range of weights and variety of colors make the Paradox the best utility driver for every loadout.
Diameter: 21.5 cm | Height 1.8 cm | Rim Depth: 1.3 cm | Rim Width: 1.3 cm |Max Weight: 180.00 g
Speed: 5 | Glide: 4 | Turn: -4 | Fade: 0 | PDGA Approved
The Paradox’s flight pattern is all over the place, due to its under-stability and gift for utility shots. Power throwers will be able to achieve shots like rollers, low-speed flip-ups, massive nose-up anhyzers, and other touch shots. Throwers with less power will be able to use the Paradox for straight or hyzer-flip shots while accomplishing some distance. The Paradox’s unique flight pattern makes it an excellent learning tool or a utility disc for courses that have a lot of obstacles. In the initial phase of flight, with an average power throw, the Paradox flies straight and then begins the inward aerodynamic turn. The average power disc golfer will see the inward turn continued through the fade at spindown. Power throwers will see a drastic aerodynamic turn and fade inward with a spindown fade that continues to pull the disc inside the flight line. The Paradox was designed to turn, so only reach for this disc if you want to see some movement down the course.
The Axiom Paradox is not easily compared to any other disc on the market. As the ultimate utility disc, the Paradox can accomplish the impossible. For beginner golfers, the Paradox midrange driver will fly straight for about 75% of its flight before gently fading, if thrown with a flat release. As skill level increases, the Paradox’s ability to hyzer flip from an angle will increase. The Paradox loves to turn and is therefore one of the easiest discs to obtain a hyzer flip with. Any narrow shot through trees or a tunnel will seem like an easy task when you use the Axiom Paradox. However, due to the Paradox’s desire to turn or complete flip shots, it is not recommended to throw this disc into a headwind.
The Paradox midrange driver is made of a double mold, premium plastic that features a beadless edge. Only available in the Neutron plastic by Axiom, the Paradox has a quality aesthetic and texture while remaining extremely durable. Neutron plastics are available in a wide variety of high-contrast colors that are dense and opaque.
An excellent midrange disc choice for beginners, the Axiom Paradox is a great disc to learn trick shots or flips with. The under stability provides the challenge necessary to learn how to throw different angles to achieve crazy lines and utility shots, but the Paradox makes it easy. The disc is a high-quality and reliable choice when it comes to getting around obstacles on the course. Grab a Paradox today and start accomplishing those impossible shots!