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The Axiom Fission Rhythm is an understable fairway driver that offers lots of turn and glide. This disc is a perfect choice for beginner players to get swooping S curves with lots of distance, and for those big arm players to hit a huge turnover or hyzer flip with something through the woods.
What sets the Rhythm apart from other fairway drivers from MVP and Axiom is that it's a 7 speed with great glide. You can trust this disc to flip, especially in fission plastic which tends to be a little more understable. It's a great backhand choice when you want something that you control the nose angle on. This disc will respond to how much angle you put on it. In that 200-300 foot range this will shot shape for you with early turn and a slow late fade that doesn't move much to the side.
Fission plastic from Axiom is an ultralight core plastic. It's got those micro bubbles in the plastic to give the better weight distribution to contribute to the gyro effect. But they can still keep that extra weight in the disc rim so you can get discs in any weight range.
The Axiom Fission Rhythm is an understable, high glide disc. It's going to be something you rely on when you have a tailwind or when you want to carve up a spicy shot through the woods. Turn this disc over or throw it softly for great shot shaping. Whatever you choose to do with it, you'll feel the rhythm, feel the rhyme! Get on up, it's disc golf time!!