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MVP and Axiom Disc Sports


The Ion is produced by MVP Disc Sports. It is a straight to overstable putter. Power putters can use it with confidence.

Clean putting releases and straight flights make the Anode MVP's most accurate putter. Long smooth hyzer and anhyzer lines are made easy with the Anode as an approach disc. Great glide contributes to its ability to adapt to any putting style.

The Envy is a slightly overstable putt and approach disc.


The Vector is MVP's first midrange. It has an overstable flight with good glide.

The Axis is MVP's second midrange. It is a straighter flyer than the Vector with that same great glide.

The Tensor is MVP's overstable midrange driver.
The Tensor will exhibit reliable high-speed stability for power throwers and is great for approach shots on windy days. The Tensor has outstanding glide coupled with its great high-speed stability, always followed by a dependable fade.

The Tangent is MVP's slightly understable midrange driver.
Low power throwers will find this disc to be great for easy neutral lines and effortless glide.

The Alias is a straight flying midrange.

Fairway Drivers

MVP says this about the AMP:
The Amp fairway driver has a smooth turn and substantial glide with minimal fade. It is excellent for both high and low power players looking for easy, controllable distance with accuracy.

What MVP says about the Volt:

The Volt is our stable controllable fairway driver.
The Volt fairway driver is capable of holding long dependable lines with a slow, forward-penetrating fade. Its aerodynamic profile is optimized for long, accurate placement shots.

What MVP says about the Shock:
The Shock is a more stable complement to the Volt. With a high power throw, it will hold a long straight line with less turn and immense glide followed by a late dependable fade.

Resistor-An overstable, slower fairway driver

The Servo is a straight-stable fairway driver.

MVP says this about the Switch:

The Switch is part of a new class of fairway drivers with a lower power requirement and more controllable speed. Its understable profile offers smooth controlled turnovers and a delayed minimal fade.

MVP says this about the Crave:

The Crave provides controllable straight flights with a great feel and loads of dual-color style. Relative to MVP drivers, the Crave is like a seasoned Servo. The popular “worn workhorse-stable” vibe is achieved with subtle wing contours that also feel great in the hand.

What MVP says about the Inspire:

The Inspire is the second fairway driver from Axiom Discs, and is an understable complement to the breakout hit Crave. Skilled players will be able to get smooth straight and turnover/flip lines from the Inspire, while beginners and lower-powered throwers will gain distance and usability from its understable nature.

Distance Drivers

MVP's first distance driver

Tesla- Subtle turn and a reliable fade.

Motion - Overstable distance driver.

Mayhem - straight to stable high speed distance driver