The MX-3 is a reliable, torque resistant midrange that offers consistency with it's slightly overstable finish. For those that like to work in their midranges or prefer to have them in a base plastic option, we have some in 350G Plastic with an awesome TEAM 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.
350G Plastic is a firmer blend of the 350 Plastic for those who like the grippy properties but in a stiffer plastic. The 350G Plastic is the product of 16 months of research and development. Its unique tacky feel and increased stiffness puts it ahead of all base-line resin available on the market today. It was developed in a collaborative effort by World Champions, Major Champions and National Tour Champions looking for discs that will break in perfectly over time. The 350G Plastic retains grip even in wet conditions.
- Diameter: 21.7cm
- Height: 1.9cm
- Rim Depth: 1.3cm
- Rim Width: 1.4cm
- Min Weight: 170g
- Max Weight: 180g
- Stability: Slightly Overstable
Live this disc for straight mid shots
Super nice and clean Team Stamp. Glad I got one. Already on the wall and that's where it will stay.
my only thing is they should come out with more