Axiom Total Solar Eclipse Pitch FACTORY MISPRINT
Axiom Total Solar Eclipse Pitch FACTORY MISPRINT
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Axiom Total Solar Eclipse Pitch FACTORY MISPRINT

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Axiom Pitch

WARNING: looking directly at the sun can cause permanent retinal damage. Remember to use special eye protection for the optimal viewing experience!

Celebrate the April 8th Total Solar Eclipse with the first release of the Axiom Pitch! Matthew Jorde commemorates this moment, a 4 minute long eclipse of the sun, on our delightfully colorful Total Eclipse plastic. Featuring color glow cores and rims, the Total Eclipse Pitch is the perfect way to celebrate when the lights go out.

Similar to its immensely popular cousin, the MVP Glitch, the Axiom Pitch is a hybrid catch disc - intended to provide a fun way to warm up, while being a uniquely glidey approach disc all on its own. Coming in with flight numbers of 1 | 7 | -0.5 | 0, the Pitch features a refined wing and slightly more rounded hand feel compared to the Glitch, making the Pitch just a bit less stable while maintaining the glide you expect from it. With cores and rims available in Green, Blue, Purple, Teal, and White color glow, get yours before the chance has eclipsed!

Note: Due to the vibrant color cores and rims, Total Eclipse Color glow takes slightly longer to charge, and glows with slightly less intensity than our normal Eclipse plastic. As always, please use dedicated UV light sources for best results.

MAVERICK'S NOTE:

The color options listed in the drop down menu are for the core / plate glow color.  The rim glow color will be random.  These pictures were taken after the discs sat outside in the sun for 10-15 minutes and then taken into a completely dark room.  The White glows the least.  When the White is viewed on it's own without reference to the others it almost looks like a light blue.  The Green glows the most.