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Axiom Crave Flight Numbers Speed: 6.5 Glide: 5 Turn: -1 Fade: 1 Skill Level: Beginner Disc Type: Fairway Driver Stability: Stable Plastic: Fissio...View full details
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Axiom Crave Flight Numbers Speed: 6.5 Glide: 5 Turn: -1 Fade: 1 Skill Level: Beginner Disc Type: Fairway Driver Stability: Stable Plastic: Beadl...View full details
Axiom Crave Review
The Axiom Crave, a staple in the bag of many discerning disc golfers, is a beautifully designed stable fairway driver that promises to bring finesse and reliability to a variety of shots. The headline for the Crave is its straight flight path and comfortable grip, tailored for both seasoned players and newcomers looking for reliable distance with superb accuracy.
Axiom Crave Flight Numbers:
- Speed: 6.5
- Glide: 5
- Turn: -1
- Fade: 1
Crave Key Features:
- Moderate Speed: Ideal for controlled, accurate throws.
- Neutral Flight Path: Offers a straight flight with gentle fade.
- Premium Plastic Options: Available in a variety of plastics
- Gyro Technology: Designed with MVP's signature overmold technology for enhanced flight stability.
While its moderate speed rating might suggest more modest distances, the Crave's real magic lies in its forgiving turn and predictable fade, making it a joy to throw in wooded courses or tight fairways. Whether powering it on a hyzer line, sending it on a flat trajectory, or shaping a smooth anhyzer flex, the Crave responds with delightful obedience to the intended flight pattern.
It's particularly favored among those working on dialing in their angles—a backhand dominant player would find its stability and gentle fade an excellent tool for learning forehand shots, whereas someone who primarily throws forehand could enjoy the Crave's backhand capabilities for straight, controlled distance.
What sets the Crave apart is not just its immediate impact on your game, but also its continued relevance as your skills develop. Beginners will treasure the additional distance and straight lines the Crave offers, while advanced players will appreciate its versatility for a multitude of shot types.
The proprietary Gyro technology, although debated among aficionados, does appear to give the Crave an edge in slower-speed disc stability and extra glide. Its thin profile, reminiscent of a midrange, will appeal to those who prefer a smaller rim.
All in all, the Crave is that rare disc with the capacity to remain a game-changer in your bag from the moment you start playing to when you’re strategically curving lines through complicated courses. The joy of mastering this disc is in discovering how it can be both a workhorse for the routine and an artist for the extraordinary.