For a larger wing DD, it’s surprisingly comfy in (my) hand. I first played this disc in the East on a few hybrid courses. Which I love! Definitely not a headwind DD. But light and variable winds, and tailwind drives this disc can mash! Like most big wing drives it is sorta sensitive on release angle. I mostly threw slight hyzer flips. At 1000’ elevation it was holding the hyzer for the first portion of the flight, then going flat, dead straight, and having a late subtle turn, but always finished back left in a pushing manner. It flew very consistently for me in this manner. It was very cool watching such a late turn, but still having low speed stability kick in. I wasn’t getting any super crazy distances but it was consistent to 4-420’s for me. Here in Utah at 4500’ish feet, like all discs at altitude, it still exhibits those aforementioned characteristics, just muted some. And, it’s definitely more finicky on release ( nose ) angles. All in all I like it, not a first string disc in my bag, but it’s definitely on the team… I have noticed her in northern Utah, when I put full power to it, she flips and never comes back.
I usually carry 2 waves but lost one recently to the water gods. The one I lost was the more stable of the two and since no one has any new Waves in stock, I had to scramble. The lighter weight tenacity feels a lot like a heavier wave and has earned the spot in my bag.
Amazing stamp, great hand feel.
The diameter of this disc is smaller than I usually like in a distance driver. You'll notice I gave it five stars though. Ever find the exception to the rule that's better than the rules allow? This disc stays in my bag. Why I think it's awesome: Its perfect for a long drive in the woods. Its smaller size makes it weave through trees better. The shot shapes are really easy to control for a 13 speed. For me, it just feels made for long drives that call for creative lines through obstacles. It's little, agile, and quick.
You like the axiom tenacity? That's cool man 🤪