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MVP Matrix Neutron SPECIAL EDITION Mike Inscho Stamped Midrange

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Take the elements head on with this stunning Special Edition Neutron Matrix by MVP staff artist Mike Inscho. This triple-foil design comes to life on the Matrix, a stable midrange known for its low profile wind fighting flights. The Neutron Matrix Special Edition captures the disc golfer’s journey in a dreamlike storm, with baskets digitizing from the sky, and the peaceful calm of the course at its core. The triple-foil stamp continues to push the boundaries of depth with the black background, foil highlights, and foil storm, creating beautiful combinations on the surface of this trusted stable midrange.

  

The Matrix is a precision overstable midrange.

The Matrix is overstable but not extremely so. Its overstability is enough to resist headwinds, bring it back from anhyzer angles, and range shots with a distinctive power-dependent ending fade. While this is not a “meathook” style overstable midrange, its utility is not to be underestimated. Release angles make all the difference with this type of midrange, yielding useful flights on releases from anhyzer to flat and hyzer.

  
Average powered throwers will get a healthy ending fade, while advanced power throwers will have a remarkably long straight travel before fading. The Matrix perfectly fills the role of a longer Axiom Envy.

   

This disc comes in MVP's Proton Plastic which offers a premium look and performance material in transparent candy colors. This high durability plastic is designed for a long consistent life capable of withstanding the roughest conditions

 

Matrix Model Specs
Class: 13mm Midrange Driver
Weights: 160g - 177g
Diameter: 21.5cm
Rim width: 13mm
PDGA max weight: 178.5g
  
This disc comes in MVP's Neutron Plastic which is a premium material offering a durable and grippy feel. It shares the great durability characteristics of Proton and is comes in easy-to-find colors in any given terrain.
  
Check out Daddy Disc Golf's Official review of the MVP Neutron Matrix here:  
  
**Disc is as pictured!!**