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Six Claw Paul McBeth Series

$44.99

Paul McBeth is now a 6x World Champion and with that comes the brand new 6 Claw discs from Discraft. With two different stamp offerings among 12 molds, you can find the Discraft mold that is perfect for your bag.

Paul McBeth 6x ESP Force – The Force from Discraft is a long distance, overstable driver that is one of the most trustworthy discs on the market. It can handle both forehand and backhand power and has a great feel in the Swirly ESP plastic. This run commemorates Paul McBeth’s 6th World Championship with a 6 Claw MCB6XST stamp on the Force. The 6 Claw Swirly ESP Force feels great and is a disc that will have a long straight early flight before being reliably overstable at the end of the flight. Make sure you grab a Paul McBeth 6x MCB6XST Swirly ESP Force today!

If you’re throwing hard for maximum distance, reach for the high performance Force. This is Discraft’s fastest overstable driver, with a wide rim and jaw-dropping glide that delivers a new level of distance potential.  It’s overstable and intended for experienced players who throw with power.

Speed 12 | Glide 5 | Turn 0 | Fade 3 | Stability 2.0

FLIGHT NUMBERS

SPEED

12

GLIDE

5

TURN

0

FADE

3
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DISC PLASTICS

COMPARISON

Discs come in a wide variety of plastics. Some are better suited for certain scenarios than others, others are simply better quality and will last longer.

Every brand has their own names for the different plastic types. We’ve put this chart together as a general reference the next time you see a plastic name and want to know how it fairs!

BRAND PLASTICS

DISCRAFT

BASE PLASTIC STANDARD PLASTIC TRANSLUCENT PREMIUM PLASTIC OPAQUE PREMIUM PLASTIC SPECIAL EDITION
P-Line
(Formerly known as Pro-D/D Line)
Discrafts cheapest type of plastic but still very good quality. Least durable of their range makes it great for putters. It has great grip in the hand.
X Line
Very grippy plastic, but is more prone to wear than most in this class
Z Line
Well known for it's durability. Semi-translucent, very stiff, and very resistant to wear. Generally more overstable than other plastics
ESP
Very durable plastic. This type of plastic is made to be very grippy and they all feel amazing in the hand. Often available in cool swirls. It could mean Extra Sticky Plastic but don’t quote us on that.
Discraft has a few player designed blends.. you might have to do a bit more digging for this answer as they vary from player to player
Jawbreaker
Designed to be the best plastic for Putt and Approach discs. This unique marbled blend feels nice and tacky, the perfect grip for releasing putts consistently. The plastic is a medium stiffness, and features advanced polymers for good durability.
Big Z
The main difference between Z Line and Big Z is the cooler stamps they have on them but some will tell you there is a difference in flight and apparently they are supposed to be a little bit more grippy as well.
Titanium
Discraft’s premium plastic. A cross between the durable Z plastic and the grippy ESP plastic. perfection.
Z-FLX
Grippy and softer Z-Line. The word Gummy comes to mind
ESP FLX
Basically their ESP-Line line but more flexible. Great for cold weather conditions. Pretty rare at the time of writing this
BASE PLASTIC
P-Line
(Formerly known as Pro-D/D Line)
Discrafts cheapest type of plastic but still very good quality. Least durable of their range makes it great for putters. It has great grip in the hand.
STANDARD PLASTIC
X-Line
Very grippy plastic, but is more prone to wear than most in this class.
Jawbreaker
Designed to be the best plastic for Putt and Approach discs. This unique marbled blend feels nice and tacky, the perfect grip for releasing putts consistently. The plastic is a medium stiffness, and features advanced polymers for good durability.
TRANSLUCENT PREMIUM PLASTIC
Z-Line
Well known for it's durability. Semi-translucent, very stiff, and very resistant to wear. Generally more overstable than other plastics
Big Z
The main difference between Z Line and Big Z is the cooler stamps they have on them but some will tell you there is a difference in flight and apparently they are supposed to be a little bit more grippy as well
Z-FLX
Grippy and softer Z-Line.. The word Gummy comes to mind.
OPAQUE PREMIUM PLASTIC
ESP
Very durable plastic. This type of plastic is made to be very grippy and they all feel amazing in the hand. Often available in cool swirls. It could mean Extra Sticky Plastic but don’t quote us on that.
Titanium
Discraft’s premium plastic. A cross between the durable Z plastic and the grippy ESP plastic.. perfection.
ESP FLX
Basically their ESP-Line line but more flexible. Great for cold weather conditions. Pretty rare at the time of writing this.
SPECIAL EDITION
Discraft has a few player designed blends.. you might have to do a bit more digging for this answer as they vary from player to player.