Drivers

  • PD2 Chaos
  • DD2 Frenzy
  • DD Hysteria
  • PD Freak
  • TD Rush
  • CD Craze
  • FD Jackal
  • TD2 Fever

Mid-Range

  • GM Gremlin
  • MD3
  • MD2 Fiend
  • MD1

Putters

  • P3
  • P2 Psycho
  • P1 Maniac

Discmania plastic Blends

D-line
Lot’s of grip even in wet conditions. The most affordable plastic in our line. Soft but firm feel – ideal for putters. Limited availability – Most models available only in Europe.
P-line
Great feel and added glide. Probably 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.
S-line
Excellent grip with great durability. This plastic ages well, which means your disc doesn’t have a drastic change in it’s flight behaviour after a couple of collisions with trees.
SG-line
Softer version of S-line. This was a test run, used only in MD1’s a couple of years ago. Discontinued since the launch of Discmania P-line, but still available in limited quantity.
C-line
Our most durable plastic – these discs wear down very slowly. Good grip and showstopper see-through look. Typically the most stable plastic in our line.

Flight characteristics

Speed
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
This 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.