Disc golf plastic guide

Disc golf plastic guide

Whit all the different plastic types of disc golf on the market now, it can be hard to find what you’re looking for. To give you a little more knowledge about the different plastic types from the most known disc golf brands, We made a little disc golf plastic guide for you here in this post.

Below are links that will take you directly to the plastic guide of the disc golf brand you want to know more about. You are welcome to go thru them all of course.

Latitude 64 plastic

Innova discs plastic

Discmania plastic

Prodigy discs plastics

Dynamic discs plastic

Mvp disc sports plastic types

Latitude 64 plastic

Disc golf plastic guide

Royal line– This is the New line from latitude 64. Very durable and good grip.

Opto line– This is one of the most durable plastic from latitude 64. Available in all molds, except a few putters.

Gold line– Premium plastic, very good grip on this plastic.

zero line– This is a plastic type with very good grip. Available in for all latitude 64 putters.

Retro line– This is an affordable plastic. Not the greatest durability, but provides good grips in most weather conditions.

See full plastic guide from latitude 64 at their site
https://www.latitude64.se/products/discs/plastic-guide/

Innova discs plastic

Disc golf plastic guide

Star line– Star line are created with a special blend of grippy, resilient polymers. Good grip and durability.

Champion line– The champion line discs are usually a little firmer and more stable than the same model in other plastics. Very durable and have good grip

Gstar line– GStar is a blend of Star plastic that adds more flexibility. For cold weather play, the flexibility and grip are very good.

Dx line– These discs are affordably priced, but the durability is not the best on those discs.

See full plastic guide from Innova at their site
https://www.innovadiscs.com/home/disc-golf-faq/plastic-types-overview/

Discmania plastic

Disc golf plastic guide

S-line– Excellent grip in all weather conditions with great durability. Available in most molds.

C-line– The most stable blend of plastic in the Discmania line. Very durable plastic and good grip

P-line– Typically a bit more understable plastic type comparing to S- and C-line. Ok grip.

G-line– It’s a flexy plastic blend with an unique look and added glide compared to the S-line plastic.

See full plastic guide from Discmania on their site
https://www.discmania.net/pages/plastics

Prodigy discs plastics

Disc golf plastic guide

300 line– 300 Plastic is a special blend of materials that is durable enough to take solid impact but has the ability to be broken in over time. Good grip

200 line– It’s great for entry level players looking to get into the game. Similar to the 300 plastic, but less grip.

400 line– 400 Plastic is a premium blend of material that is extremely durable. Have a very good grip, even when it’s wet.

500 line– 500 Plastic has been in development for quite some time, formulated and based on carefully considered player feedback. It has a stiffer, less gummy feel than 400 Plastic. Very good grip.

See full plastic guide from Prodigy discs at their site https://mvpdiscsports.com/plastics/

Dynamic discs plastic

Disc golf plastic guide

Opto line– The Opto Line plastic has been developed to withstand severe punishment and extreme conditions better than other plastic. Very durable.

Lucid– The perfect combination of polymers produce some of the most beautiful and durable plastic in disc golf. Decent grip and good durability.

Prime– Prime has an incredible feel and excellent grip even when the weather compromises your hold on your favorite disc. Affordable, but not the best durability.

Elasto– Elasto plastic is transparent and flexible plastic that is also good in cold climate conditions. Good grip.

See full plastic guide from Dynamic discs at their site https://www.dynamicdiscs.com/disc-golf-plastics_a/290.htm

Mvp disc sports plastic types

Disc golf plastic guide

Neutron line– Produces in Easy-to-find colors in any given terrain. Good durability.

Proton line– High durability for long consistent life. Also available in soft flexibility for putters

Fission– Fission brings advanced disc physics and true high-tech molding into the lightweight plastics arena. Light throwing weight with a substantial feel

See full plastic guide from MVP disc sports at their site https://mvpdiscsports.com/plastics/

Thanks for reading our Disc golf plastic guide,

See also our Disc golf disc numbers guide

DGKent

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