Note: The purpose of this chart is to gauge how our materials compare to each other in average flexibility. This does not portray how our materials compare to any other materials on the market.
Our original floppy rubber, OG, is as good as it gets for stopping ground-play and roll-aways. Being our floppiest material (maybe the floppiest in disc golf) it excels at absorbing impact, and with some practice, will shave some strokes off your game. Not to mention, the extremely vibrant colors help your disc stand out on the course and give each disc a unique look.
Newcomer provides that same incredible hand feel and coloration as OG, but with some key differences. Added stiffness provides support for when you need to put a move on your disc, yet retains enough flexibility to mitigate ground-play.
Vulcanized Natural Rubber
Our ecoFLEX rubber is made of vulcanized natural rubber, with up to 30% recycled material made of scrap from medical industry manufacturing such as rubber gloves, or stoppers. In other words, every 1,000 discs we produce prevents 10,000 rubber gloves that did not meet manufacturing standards from ending up in the world's landfills. Although it uses recycled material, it is extremely durable due to the strong and flexible nature of vulcanized natural rubber. It is also super grippy (think pink eraser or a new shoe sole) and is our stiffest material making it a seamless transition to throwing rubber while still reducing ground-play.
Our ecoFLOP rubber is made of vulcanized natural rubber, with up to 30% recycled material made of postconsumer tire rubber. In other words, every 10,000 discs we produce we get to take 130 used tires out of the world's landfills. Again, this is not your average recycled disc, our eco-materials maintain incredible durability thanks to the uniquely strong characteristics of rubber. It is also super grippy (think the tires of your car) and with moderate floppiness, it reduces roll-aways while always being an earth friendly disc in your bag!