About plastics

Lots of grip even in wet conditions. The most affordable plastic in our line. Soft but firm feel – ideal for putters. Fine-tuneable flight characteristics thanks to gradual wear.

Great feel and added glide. Easily one of the grippiest plastic type out there. Reveals new features in your disc when worn down. Typically a bit more understable plastic type comparing to S- and C-line. Please note: P-line putters (P1 & P2) have their own blend of P-line plastic. The P-line P1 is features a soft & grippy blend of plastic, while the P-line P2 comes with very firm plastic blend that many Pro players prefer for their putters.

Our most durable plastic – these discs wear down very slowly. C-Line discs retain original flight characteristics for an extended period of time. Whether used in heavily wooded situations, or on extremely rugged courses, the C-Line plastic will continue to perform predictably and avoid damage better than any other plastic. Good grip and showstopper see-through look. Typically the most stable blend of plastic in our line.

Excellent grip in all weather conditions with great durability. This plastic ages well, which means that your disc doesn’t change drastically in it’s flight behaviour after a couple of collisions with trees. Recommended plastic for drivers.

The G-line is an all-new plastic blend that will be available with selected models starting season 2014. It's a modified version of our popular S-line version that provides great grip, durability and shock-absorbance. It's a flexy plastic blend with an unique look and added glide compared to the S-line plastic.

Blizzard C-line is an unique blend of our durable C-line material that employs microscopic air bubbles inside the rim of the disc, allowing the production of high speed drivers in very low weights. With lower weights you can gain more distance to your throw with less effort. The lighter the disc is, the more bubbles go inside the rim, so the very lightest of weights don't necessarily endure collision as well as higher weights. Discs under 139grams float in water.

A very special plastic blend designed especially for the ladies. The LadyLine discs are extremely flexy and grippy and the endure collision very well. All LadyLine discs tend to feature a great glide that carries the disc forward even with very low speeds. All discs molded with LadyLine plastic come in pink color. You don't have to be a Lady to throw a LadyLine disc - these discs are also great for beginners!

Glow C-line

The Glow C-line discs come from a very durable blend of C-line plastic that glows in the dark. Currently only reserved for fundraising projects & specialty discs.

SG-line

Softer version of S-line. This was a test run, used only in MD1′s a some years ago. Currently discontinued, but still available in limited quantities.

About flight numbers

Speed

The speed rating  means the velocity a disc can cut through the air. Currently rated between 1-13. Typically the faster the disc, the further it can fly when thrown correctly.

Glide

measures the disc’s ability to stay aloft in different speeds. Typically more glide means more meters, especially in flex- and hyzerflip-shots. Rated between 1-7.

High Speed Turn

Describes the disc’s tendency to turn right in the initial part of the flight (when thrown right hand back hand ie. in clockwise rotation). High tendency to turn (max. rating -5) is more suitable for beginners than low (min. rating +1).

Low Speed Fade

Describes the disc’s tendency to hook left at the end of the flight (when thrown right hand back hand ie. in clockwise rotation). Low tendency to fade (rated between 0-5) is more suitable for beginners than high.