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The Axiom Neutron Hex Disc Golf Midrange is a slightly understable mid that's great for straight throws with low power. It's a shot shaping mid that you can flip hyzer, anhyzer, or release flat for slow turn with a fade at the end.
The flight path of the Neutron Hex is smooth. It's one of those mids that you can trust in your bag for a wide variety of shots. The flat release with the Hex is going to give it that slow turn that you're looking for over time. It will pan out and have a subtle fade back. When released on a hyzer the Hex will flip up to flat and fly straight before hyzering out. On an anhyzer it's going to hold that line through most of the flight. With a speed of 5, it's easy to carry that anhyzer the entire flight without turning over into a roller. The Hex is at its best in the woods where it can be a shot shaping mid to get you around trees or out of trouble. With a glide of 5 it's going to stay aloft for a long time on whatever line you put it on.
Neutron plastic from Axiom is one of the premium blends. It's got durability in the flight plate, excellent grip, and comes in a variety of weights. It's something that you can throw for years without worrying about breaking. Once it's broken in it will become a little more understable and that's always a great thing to have in your bag.
The Hex was PDGA approved in 2021 and it's making its way into everyone's bag. This disc is a great mid with minimal fade, and it holds the lines it's put on. Get an Axiom Hex today and give your midrange game a boost!