The long awaiting Kastaplast Göte has been released 13th Feb 2019 and you can grab your Minty First Run right here!
The Kastaplast Göte (4/5/0/1) is a large diameter midrange which is slower than the Kaxe and more workable on shorter holes and when powered down. Göte is an old Norse first name, meaning a person from Götaland (Southern Sweden). Pronounced [jøːtə] in Swedish, but it’s better known as “the Goat” elsewhere.
The Göte is a reliable point and shoot disc with nice stability, plenty of glide and a soft fade which will hit and hold the line for drives and approach shots. The Göte suitable for straight, hyzer or anhyzer and is a perfect go to mid.
Kastaplast Rask 5 Year Limited Edition Mint
We’re also excited to finally get our hands on these 5 year anniversary, Limited Edition Mint run Rasks. Kastaplasts famous first run mint colour was not introduced when the Rask was first released so Kastaplast fans and collectors will be excited to get their hands on these Minty Rasks. With only 800 released worldwide, don’t miss your chance at this sweet minty piece of Kastaplast history.
Kastaplast Updated Flight Chart 2019
Last but not least check out the updated Kastaplast Flight Chart for 2019. With the addition of the Göte the Kastaplast lineup is building nicely and filling the gaps for those building a Kastaplast only bag. Can’t wait to see what’s to come next!
Aaron Fain – Kastaplast – Top 5 In The Bag
New from our friends at CutRoll Media checkout Aaron Fains top 5 discs in the bag!
Aaron has been throwing for Team Kastaplast since September this year and we’re looking forward to seeing how he goes in the year ahead.
Be sure to head on over to our Facebook post before 15th December for a chance to win!
And you can check out the shop for the full Kastaplast range ready to ship!
Fehlbergo Spin Dye’s in Stock!
Portal Disc Sports in excited to be offering Fehlbergo spin dye’s by Stony Creek Disc Golf’s own Oscar Fehlberg.
You can check out all of these awesome looking one of a kind discs in our new Unique and Collectable category, or to just check out the Fehlbergo range specifically just search the Fehlbergo product tag.
These Kastaplast K1 and K2 discs are perfect for dyeing and allow for the vivid and vibrant colours you can see on these discs.
Fehlbergo Spin Dye Gallery
Check out the Fehlbergo Spin Dye Technique in Action
We’re excited to be stocking these unique and vibrant discs and look forward to working with Oscar to bring more of these unique discs to Portal Disc Sports in the future! Let us know what’s your favorite disc you would like to see get the Fehlbergo treatment 🙂
Free Kastasplast Mini Berg with Purchase!
At Portal Discs Sports we love everything Kastaplast even down to there awesome Mini Bergs and we want everyone to have one!
Mini Bergs are made to Kastasplast’s high quality standards and feature the same puddletop as their big brother Berg’s. They are perfect markers but also make for one of the best throwing mini’s on the market.
So here’s your chance to get one free with any 3 Kastasplast discs purchased. Just add a Mini Berg to your cart and any 3 Kastaplast discs, and the discount will be automatically applied. Grab you’re today and don’t wait too long as offer is valid for February 2018 only or while stock lasts…
Get your free Kastaplast Mini Berg today!
New Kastaplast Flight Chart 2018
A new year is here and it brings along with it a shiny brand new flight chart from our good friends at Kastaplast!
New the Kastaplast Stål!
The obvious addition is the Kastaplast Stål, the new overstable fairway driver released late in 2018 with Kastaplasts signature mint green first run editions being snapped up by eager collectors all over the world! Add some shipping time and these first run minty goodness Stål’s were a little late to the party, but check out the store page and you’ll currently find some in stock.
The Stål is being compared by players as somewhere between Innova’s Thunderbird and Firebird or somewhat comparable to Dynamic Discs Felon and is all about control in varied conditions rather than max distance. Grab yourself one today and let us know what you think!
Updates for Kastaplast Grym
The other notable change for Eagle eyed viewers is the flight rating for distance driver the Kastaplast Grym. While this had been rated 13/5/-2/2 in the past, the new Flight Chart show the Grym as 13/5/-1/2. No details have been released to date about the reason for the change however the general player feedback appears to be that the Grym was noticeable less flippy than other -2 rated discs in the same speed class so changes may have been made to accommodate player feedback. It’s worth noting that the Grym’s beefy big brother, the Grym X remains unchanged at 12, 5, 0, 3.
The other change from the Kastaplast website which there has been community discussion over, is the Kastaplast Falk from a 9/6/-2/2 to a slightly less stable 9/6/-2/1 but this change had already been noted on a previous flight chart.
New Year, New Flight Chart, Let’s Kastasplast!
So here is in all it’s Glory, the new flight chart from Kastaplast! Let us know what you think? And what’s next for Kastaplast in 2018? What gaps remain to be filled on the chart? Arguable a more understable mid or neutral fairway driver would be next to add to the lineup but at this stage we can only cross our fingers and speculate 🙂