Kastaplast brings new technology into the sport. Front line working tools like 3D printing and computer flight simulation are established in their design process. Involved in the work on external basis are professionals in aerodynamics and engineering. Kastaplast translates “throw plastic”. Kastaplast is based in Stockholm, Sweden.

Distance Drivers

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Grym

Grym

13/5/-1.4/2

Grym is the Kastaplast disc&n ...

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Grym X

Grym X

12.3/5/-0.3/2.7

The Grym X is a stable distance driver ...

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Guld

Guld

12/3/-3/2

Not much is known regarding this new mo ...

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Rask

Rask

13.6/3.1/0/4.2

The Kastaplast Rask is a "faster d ...

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Control Drivers

Falk

Falk

9/5.8/-2.3/1.3

The Kastaplast Falk is a new understabl ...

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Lots

Lots

9/5/-1/1.9

The Lots is designed as a straight flyi ...

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Stal

Stal

9/4/0/3.1

The Kastaplast Stal is a ...

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Mid Range

Gote

Gote

4/5/-0.2/0.9

This midrange disc from Kastaplast ...

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Järn

Järn

4.5/3/0/3.1

The Järn’s flight pattern ma ...

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Kaxe

Kaxe

6/4.2/0/2.8

This disc is appreciated for its predic ...

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Kaxe Z

Kaxe Z

6/5/-0.1/1.9

This disc is essentially a beadless Kax ...

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Svea

Svea

5/6/-1/0.1

The Svea is a new midrange from Ka ...

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Putters

Berg

Berg

1.1/1.3/0/1.8

The Kastaplast Berg is a unique putt an ...

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Reko

Reko

3/3.2/-0.2/1.1

The Reko is a nice putter with a r ...

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Reko X

Reko X

3/3.1/0/2

The Reko X is a more overstable brother ...

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