MVP Neutron Reactor - Don't Shoot Podcast
SPEED: 5 | GLIDE: 5 | TURN: -0.5 | FADE: 1.5
CUSTOM STAMP: Stonehenge, by John Dorn, is the triple-foil realisation of the concept art of their first stamped disc last year. Designed with Hole 15 at Manchester Disc Golf in mind, as well as playing on the cultural significance of the stone-age site in Amesbury, the design was stamped on 400 discs, of which only 100 will make their way to Europe. The "DFX" seen on the central stone is a reference to the US retailer with whom the project was a collaboration.
DISC: The MVP Neutron Reactor is Don't Shoot Podcast host Harry Messenger's personal choice when it comes to a stable mid-range disc. The Neutron plastic is grippy but workable, the Reactor itself has tonnes of glide, plenty of stability to shape shots while not being overstable at all and has a sleek, modern profile in the hand making it suitable for both backhands and forehands. The Reactor is also the current midrange of choice of World Champion James Conrad!
The newest midrange driver from MVP is here with the release of the Reactor in Neutron plastic. This workhorse mid fits perfectly in the gap between the out of production Vector and Axis. With a modern profile and enhanced GYRO® effect, fans can expect noticeably more glide than the Vector and a tick more stability than the Axis. With that added stability and glide, the Reactor will carve up any fairway you can imagine. Swooping Anhyzers? Check. Booming Hyzers? Double-check. The first member of MVP’s next generation of midranges, the Reactor is sure to reach critical mass this season.
Most popular material
- Premium look and feel
- Wide selection high-contrast opaque colours
- Shares durability characteristics of Proton
- Soft option available in select models
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