The defining characteristic of the Wave is its balance of turn and fade. Its shallow turn is capable of extending lines while its fade is subtle but reliable enough to range and place shots.
High powered throwers will see turn and hyzerflip tendencies from the Wave, while average power throwers may need a headwind assistance or anhyzer release to activate the turning capabilities of the Wave. Beginners will find a useable, yet quite overstable flight in the Wave, due to the high power requirements of wide-rimmed distance drivers.
The Wave is versatile and can perform a number of stable-understable roles.
The Fission Wave, one of our most popular molds, is getting a new SE: the Quantum by Reide Perigo! Reide gives his take on the quantum wave function here, perfectly melding MVP's math and science themes into a truly dynamic stamp. While we may not know its velocity, the position of the Fission Wave SE is certain - it'll be in the hands of Gyronauts soon!
Flight Numbers : 11 | 5 | -2.5 | 2
Fission Plastic :
- Ultra-lightweight core for added GYRO®
- Imperceptible micro-bubbles
- Improved durability over competition
- Light throwing weight with substantial feel