Discraft Jawbreaker Z FLX Captain's Raptor 2023 - (Page 1)

This batch includes Purple, White, Discraft, Blue Rose, Rainbow Shatter, and Navy stamps.

Introducing the 2023 / 2024 Captain's Raptor - a testament to precision and performance. Celebrating Discraft’s Co-Captain and Icon Team Member, Paul Ulibarri, this disc is crafted in the fan favorite JB Z FLX blend. This plastic combination promises an unmatched grip and resilience, perfect for both seasoned players and newcomers into the sport.

Whether you're aiming for flex shots, sidearms, or driving into the wind, the Captain's Raptor ensures confidence in every throw. As a collaboration between Paul Ulibarri and Discraft, this disc not only embodies design excellence but also stands as a symbol of commitment to enhancing the sport. Add the 2023 Captain's Raptor to your collection and experience a disc that's set to redefine disc standards.

The Captain's Raptor is an over-stable fairway driver that is meant for professionals and highly advanced players. The Captain's Raptor will be great in windy conditions and considered a "get out of jail utility disc."

Featured at numerous tournaments and in limited special runs, Jawbreaker Z FLX plastic has been hailed for its unique feel and performance. This year, for the very first time, Discraft is introducing the Captain’s Raptor in this highly sought-after plastic blend. 

Captain's Raptor Flight Numbers:

  • Speed: 9.0
  • Glide: 3.0
  • Turn: 1.0
  • Fade: 4.0
  • Stability: 2.4

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    Zachary M.
    United States United States

    Love this disc!

    I would give this disc 10 stars if it was possible. 12 out of 10 recommend this disc for anybody looking for a very overstable driver. This is by far the beefiest disc in my bag, I use it for a lot of big backhand hyzers and forehand placement shots to get around guardians.