Its ability to handle torque and mildly overstable finish have made the MX-3 a useful addition for many players. For a limited run, we have it in our tacky, grippy 300 Plastic, which is a great fit for discs at slower speeds like the MX-3. It will work in nicely to be a dead straight flyer and shape beautiful lines through the woods while donning the First Run stamp.
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The Prodigy Disc MX-3 is a slightly overstable, beaded midrange that is engineered for high-level controllability and performance, meeting the demands of professionals while providing benefit to varying classes of players.
The MX-3 is designed to be highly resistant to torque, ideal for players who throw with force and need to avoid turnover. Headwinds are no match for the MX-3, with a slightly overstable to straight flight that still offers an impressive amount of glide, especially when thrown on anhyzer and flex lines. Its beaded rim provides a comfortable grip, smooth release, and consistent stability.
The MX-3 is a trailblazer, defining the path for more MX Series discs to come. For those familiar with our M Series Midrange discs, the MX-3 packs similar stability to the M2, with more glide and fades later in its flight path. Expand your midrange game with new Prodigy MX-3.
300 Plastic is a special blend of materials that is durable enough to take solid impact but has the ability to be broken in over time. Our 300 Plastic has been developed for optimum feel and grip for Putters and Midrange discs.
- Diameter: 21.7cm
- Height: 1.9cm
- Rim Depth: 1.3cm
- Rim Width: 1.4cm
- Min Weight: 170g
- Max Weight: 180g
- Stability: Slightly Overstable
One of my favorite mid ranges, goes straight with a little glide and a slight fade!
The MX-3 is no stranger to my bag I carried two 350g one seasoned and one fairly new a glimmer spectrum in 400 and a team stamp 400 given to me by a good friend Ben Page. How ever I just need that little more stick and the 300 MX-3 is just that for my arm speed this disc is very versatile and it got a good stick so I don’t have to worry to much about the disc skipping to far. I When the finished stamp drop you can bet I’ll be get a few on hand and you should too.