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Old 08-11-2018, 12:43 PM
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Proxy is really great. It's one of those discs I know will only fly true unless I failed...never that disc's fault...ever.
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Old 08-11-2018, 12:53 PM
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how is oakley a pro jw
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Old 08-11-2018, 01:40 PM
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joots,

Those putters wont have much glide for a 6 year old, i would think something not very over stable and more glide might be a better option. they dont have anything like a comet type disc though.

Maybe try a MVP Signal (speed 6)? because its more flippy and glides and at his power might hold a line longer, then when he can get that turning over move up to a more stable speed 6 or 7 and add the proxy or something would be my thoughts

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Old 08-11-2018, 01:40 PM
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I'm here as an outsider, cuz other than field practice, I have never throw anything from MVP (I putt w/a Pilot, does that count for anything?). Anywho's, my 6 year son watches tournaments w/me and is quite taken by the overmold design that have been so frequently advertised. Now, I am looking to buy him a mid and a putter. I am leaning towards a Tangent and and Envy (hell, I might pick one of those up for me as well). Am I on the right line w/these two molds, or is there something else you would suggest? TIA

I love the Envy, but it is a little deep for young hands. The Atom may be better for that age.

Let him hold both and let him decide. If you don't have access to both, let him feel of a polecat. If it feels ok to him, go with the Envy, if not, go with the Atom.
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Old 08-11-2018, 04:25 PM
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Old 08-11-2018, 08:29 PM
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who is he i never heard of him he throws like an intoxicated buster
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dollar holdin it down with the ion and volt 3

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Old 08-11-2018, 09:12 PM
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dollar holdin it down with the ion and volt 3
He mostly throws the Phase, Photon, Deflector, and Envy. What he does with that Phase is like cheating, it's so accurate.

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Old 08-11-2018, 09:24 PM
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He's that fish pants guy
 

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Old 08-11-2018, 10:36 PM
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I'm here as an outsider, cuz other than field practice, I have never throw anything from MVP (I putt w/a Pilot, does that count for anything?). Anywho's, my 6 year son watches tournaments w/me and is quite taken by the overmold design that have been so frequently advertised. Now, I am looking to buy him a mid and a putter. I am leaning towards a Tangent and and Envy (hell, I might pick one of those up for me as well). Am I on the right line w/these two molds, or is there something else you would suggest? TIA
Hey bud welcome... a quicklook and apparently you can get a Spin as low as 155g that would fly well and have a deeper dish... electron plastic would help for him.

The Vertex is less stable than a Tangent... I don't know if there are any around but they make it as low as 165g and if you found a Skulboy Vertex at that weight it would blow his mind.. I don't know how well he could throw it but that print is awesome...

For you... Envy and Tangent are solid choices plasma plastic is sweet.....

For throw ability it's probably the two best choices with overmold..

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