Kastaplast Discs

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Kastplast

Kastplast is a Swedish disc golf manufacturer based in Stockholm. They opened their doors in 2011 and in a relatively short time have become a very popular brand worldwide. They are characterized by their high quality and especially their glow plastic is considered one of the best in the world.

Kastaplast Plastic Discs

Kastplast has a limited edition of discs and more are coming regularly. Their Berg putter is especially popular with many players and it differs markedly from other putters on the market due to its special shape. Other popular Kastaplast discs also include their Göte midrange, Falk fairway driver and Grym distance driver.

Kastaplast Types

Kastaplast has two primary types of plastic called K1 and K3. K1 is a premium plastic in very high quality and K3 is a baseline plastic which is especially good for putters and beginners. The two plastic types come in a plain, a blush and a hard version, just as theirs are luminescent versions of their plastic. The luminescent plastic is called glow, and Kastaplast is especially known for making glow plastic which is among the best on the market.

Team Kastaplast Players

Kastaplast has a number of players that they sponsor, and the most famous is American Scott Stokely, who also regularly produces signature discs with his name on them.

There are also Danish players who are sponsored by Kastaplast, and it is Lina Taagaard who also represents Team Disc Tree and Mads Schmidt

Throwing Flight Chart

Kastaplast's flight chart is made as a graphic where the different discs are placed in relation to each other. Their location is based on their stability and the distance they are designed to fly.

Disc golf discs flight chart from Kastapalst

You can read more about Kastaplast at their own website .

A world of disc golf equipment

At Disc Tree, we always have a great selection of disc golf discs and disc golf equipment. In the shop you will find equipment from all the major international brands, such as Discmania, Discraft, Innova, Latitude 64 and Prodigy, as well as a number of smaller manufacturers such as Løft from Denmark and Alfa Discs from Norway.