Axiom Eclipse Hex Leapin' Lizottl' Team Series Disc Golf Midrange
The illustrated disc flight line is based on the manufacturer field testing results, during its development process. So, to level the playing field we chose to put a different spin on things for such visual illustrations. Sticking to the manufacturer's test results will offer you a good baseline for how that particular disc will fly.
The Leapin' Lizottl Hex is the first stamped Simon Lizotte MVP disc. This Axiom midrange was incredibly popular before Simon got his hands on it. It's a stable straight flying mid with a little hyzer finish if you throw it under 250 feet. Once you start throwing it over 300 it's going to have a little turnover to the flight. The Axolotl is Simon's favorite animal. This salamander lives underwater, hopefully your disc won't. Oh and did we mention that this disc glows in the dark?
The flight path of the Hex is straight. Folks often compare it to a beat in Buzzz, Mako3, or an MD1. The Hex is useful for the casual player who plays on weekends because you don't need a lot of power to get it to go straight. It has lots of glide so you can use it for long approaches and touch shots, or off the tee. It's great for advanced players who want something they can put a little power into and get a high glide flight.
Eclipse plastic from MVP/Axiom is their premium glow blend plastic. It's quite bright, so if you hang it on your wall prepare for a night light. Eclipse is durable and going to last a long time. It's a little stiffer and more stable than baseline blend so prepare for your Hex to be a little more stable right out of the box.
Get a piece of history. These Leapin' Lizottl's will be sure to be snapped up by everyone when they come out. Get one for your bag or your wall and support Simon as he starts ripping some gyro plastic.
- Lightweight plastic with micro bubbles.
- Durable and premium blend.
- Comes in weights as low as 135g.
- Tends to be less stable than other premium blends.