The Addax Lava Flare is your do it all midrange. A true point and shoot disc that will be your workhorse from 300 and in. When thrown flat the Addax will hold that straight flight with a very mild finish to it. When throw on an anny it will hold that anny for 80% of the flight then slowly flatten out and land as soft as a baby cloud holding puppies. When thrown on a hyzer it will hold that gentle hyzer all the way to the ground. Fast out of the hand but a very soft and predictable finish is what the Addax will give you. Tell all the other midranges to buzzz off and to tell the truth… the Addax is superior!
Speed: 5 Glide: 5 Turn: 0 Fade: 1
Our Lava blend is produced with a hi-tech plastic that provides outstanding performance and durability. Designed for professional players, Lava blend is a high quality plastic with great grip and a slightly soft feel. Whether used in heavily wooded situations, or on extremely rugged courses, our Lava blend plastic will continue to perform predictably and avoid damage.
Flare (Cosmetic look)
Flare is a unique multi colored plastic blend. We take one of our premium plastics and infuse the mold with several different colors causing a unique look where no 2 discs are the same. Flare has no effect on stability or function of the disc and is only a cosmetic type.
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The addax is just about as close to extinction in the wild as it possibly could be, and is classified as critically endangered by the IUCN. In a 2016 report, the IUCN said a survey had found only three in the wild. While hunting and removal of live addaxes is illegal in Niger, the animals have suffered “massive disturbance” from oil installations operated by the China National Petroleum Corporation, the report said. Also, soldiers assigned to protect the oil wells have been hunting and poaching addaxes.
While extinction in the wild may be all but imminent, zoos have a large population of addaxes. According to Encyclopedia Britannica, there are more than 2,000 addaxes in on private ranches and in American and European zoos. It may be possible to reintroduce addax to their native areas through this population.