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Proton Anode Soft

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MSRP: $19.99

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Regular Price: $16.95

Special Price: $14.79

Regular Price: $16.95

Special Price: $14.79

SKU: 12124

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Regular Price: $16.95

Special Price: $14.79


The Anode by Maple Valley Plastics is the slightly less stable answer to the Ion.  Like an Ion with a very small bead compared to the larger bead on the Ion, it is designed to hold the line throughout most of its flight, even on those longer putts that tend to fade right before they get to the basket.

If you like the Ion, the anode can be useful for downwind putts and short drives, especially when you need a little more turn.  Also great for uphill runs where the disc wants to fade with the contour of the land.

We`ve been putting around in the showroom lately with this putter and it is readily evident that it does a fine job of holding the line throughout it`s flight.

Another fine product by Maple Valley Disc Sports!

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Manufacturer MVP Disc Sports

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Josef Hejda Review by Josef Hejda
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Disgustingly great putter.I love this even more than the Ion.Maybe it's just the psychological effect of looking so damned cool, but I always think it's going to hit chain and it nearly always does.Only downside is that I want to get rid of all my putters except this one. Even better than the pricier putts I have in the closet like the vibram. (Posted on 3/28/12)

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