Since the development of the so called “wing” discs middle of the 80’s, I have played various brands and mostly a mix of discs from different manufacturers. We have been testing almost every new mold and type right after they have been released, and finally decided to add it to the bag or not. This procedure is still very common with most of the discgolfers.

Even though with the implementation of the “Standard  Flight Specification Numbers” (Speed, Glide, Turn, & Fade) which provided a better overview and classification of the discs, I still was not fully satisfied with my disc selection and my game. Therefore I wanted to go back to my strategy of the early days, which means: LESS IS MORE, and searching for a manufaturer, who offers a smaller range of different discs, but quality in the used plastic and in the production.

With Kastaplast from Sweden I have found the right partner and I’m more than happy to be part of their “brand team” since a couple of years. Adding up my strategy, I play Kastaplast discs exclusively. LET’S KASTAPLAST !



Grym X provides a well-balanced combination of speed, accuracy and glide. With a rim width of 22 mm, it fits right into the spot where the disc is workable and easy to grip, while still being very fast. Grym is Swedish for cruel or awesome, and the X stands for Xtra stability.

12 | 5 | 0 | 3



With its clean thin shape and a comfortable 22 mm rim, Grym merges speed and glide into a workable goto driver. Grym is Swedish for cruel or awesome. Try it out for some grym lines! Suitable for long S-curves and tailwind shots.

13 | 5 | -1 | 2



Being less than 22 mm wide at the rim, Rask proves that a disc’s speed cannot be determined by looking at the width of the rim. Those who want the fastest disc available, without the widest rim, reach for Rask! Rask is Swedish for fast.

14 | 3 | 0 | 4



This versatile fairway driver fits the skills and power of a wide range of players. With a comfortable grip and a rim width at 19 mm the Falk suits most hands and styles. Falk is Swedish for falcon. Suitable for glidey tailwind shots, long anhyzer lines and hyzer-flip drives.

9 | 6 | -2 | 1



This reliable fairway driver is stable enough to handle headwinds, without turning over or glide away for you. Trust the Stål for those critical shots when you need accuracy rather than max distance. Stål is Swedish for steel.

9 | 4 | 0 | 3

KAXE | K1, K2, K3


Appreciated for its predictable flight, the Kaxe will come in handy in numerous situations on the course. Due to its slim proportions and decent stability, Kaxe handles wind well without being very overstable. Kaxe is an old Swedish word for a self-confident person.

6 | 4 | 0 | 3

KAXE Z | K1, K2


This reliable fairway driver is stable enough to handle headwinds, without turning over or glide away for you. Trust the Stål for those critical shots when you need accuracy rather than max distance. Stål is Swedish for steel.

6 | 5 | 0 | 2



This large diameter midrange disc is slower than THE Kaxe midrange driver and more workable on shorter holes. Göte is an old Norse first name, meaning a person from Götaland (Southern Sweden).

4 | 5 | 0 | 1



Berg is designed for distinct shots, where you don’t need to worry about the disc hoovering far passed the basket. The disc features an ergonomic thumb track which is prominent on the top side while not being noticeable at the bottom. This makes it feel very different from any other putter. Berg is Swedish for mountain.

1 | 1 | 0 | 2



Reko has a comfortable rounded profile and a smooth bead, which fits most players’ hands. Easy to grip and easy to throw. It features a strengthened shoulder which adds a little extra durability compared to the average putter. Reko is Swedish for good, reliable or decent. The world needs more Reko.

3 | 3 | 0 | 1


K1 Line is Kastaplast’s super durable material with a nice combination of firmness and gumminess.

The K2 plastic is similar to K1, but more flexy and grippy.

K3 is Kastaplast’s base line plastic – grippy in all conditions. With this plastic you will get that nice worked in feel pretty quickly. Compared to other base plastics, K3 is medium soft.

K1 Glow-Line
K1 Glow Line is the same super durable plastic as K1, but powered with glow!


SPEED | 1 to 15
Speed relates arm speed to the manufacturer’s specs of a disc. The higher the speed of a disc, the more snap, spin and rotation required for the disc to perform the way it was designed and as the manufacturer describes it. Speed 15 Distance Drivers are the fastest, having the PDGA maximum legal wing width. Faster discs cut into the wind with less effort and are best when throwing up wind. Slower discs take more power to throw upwind, but they’re easier to throw more accurately and may actually go farther downwind.

GLIDE | 1 to 7
Glide describes the discs ability to maintain loft during flight. We describe this as hover. The higher the glide, the farther down the fairway the disc will carry. Discs with more glide are best for producing maximum distance. Discs with less glide are more accurate in high wind situations.

TURN | +1 to 5
High Speed Turn is the tendency of a disc to turn over or bank to the right for Right Hand Back Hand throws (RHBH) during the initial part of the flight. A disc with a +1 rating is most resistant to turning over, while a -5 rating will turn the most. Discs with more Turn are called Understable and are easier to throw making them a perfect choice for those without a lot of arm speed. Discs rated -3 to -5 make good roller discs. Discs with less turn are more accurate in the wind.

FADE | 0 to 5
Low Speed Fade is the discs tendency to hook left (for RHBH throws) at the end of the flight. Fade is rated from 0 to 5. A disc rated 0 will finish straightest, while a disc rated 5 will hook hard at the end of the flight. High fade discs are usually used for Spike and Skip shots.

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