Appreciated for its predictable flight, the Kaxe will come in handy in numerous situations on the course. Due to its slim proportions and decent stability, Kaxe handles wind well without being very overstable. Kaxe is an old Swedish word for a self-confident person.
Suitable for: Control shots, forehand shots, 1-disc rounds.
Kaxe was good I knew what it was because I lost my old one. I wish I would have gotten glow version . The Lots disc I bought did have a blemish where the under rim thickness showed throw a yellow line only on part of it. Not a big deal
...For 1 throw, then I picked it up, bagged it, and I haven't seen it since. Has anyone seen where my kahksah went? Some Dr. Strange portal s*** must be at hand. - Concerned former owner of the Kaxe
I'm seasoning this bad boy in right quick
I keep buying Kaxes and for good reason: they are the ultimate mid approach disc! You can throw them flat and rely on a nice fade out or chip them on nice hyzer lines to get around barriers to the basket! It always has just the right amount of fade at slower distances ~70-200 ft that I can rely on to really fine tune those approach shots.
Love that I can have a speed six with ULTRA grip. This allows me to have a fan grip in farther shots than normal