As Elevation Disc Golf's first disc, the Interceptor is made to simplify every approach shot. This overstable midrange has a low profile and a groove on the flight plate, creating a perfect feel for both forehands and backhands. Made from flexible, durable rubber, the PDGA approved Interceptor gives you the confidence needed to make the most precarious approaches look easy.
ecoFLEX 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 our stiffest material to date making it easy to pick up and start using right away, while still maintaining a flex that absorbs impact.
*Note: The purpose of this chart is to gauge how our materials compare to each other in flexibility on average. This does not portray how our materials compare in flexibility to any other materials on the market.
Our discs are floppy with a purpose. A floppy disc absorbs energy on impact, limiting ricochet, roll, and skip. Since we hit something on 100% of our throws (the ground, a tree, your pal who decided to walk to their disc before you threw), it's important that your approach disc sticks where it lands.
Now I know what you're thinking, if it's flexible, there's no way it can be durable. Elevation's discs are made from high-grade, rubber polymer. Similar to materials used on car tires, shoe soles, and airbags, our discs are intended to last years without losing their quality of flight or shape. We are committed to elevating every disc golfer's game through our modern, high quality design unmatched by what's currently available on the market.
There's nothing worse than stepping up to a shot without confidence in your equipment. Elevation's discs were built with three goals: To be aesthetically unique, feel comfortable with every shot, and sit where they land. Built to last for years to come, Elevation Disc Golf provides dependable, quality discs with unique designs, and a sleek feel. As a small, family run business, we are dedicated to providing the best customer service and bringing you the newest in disc golf technology.
Welcome to the Elevation family, we hope we can elevate your game.
Elevate Your Approach Game
The approach game is one of the most important and consistently overlooked aspects of disc golf. It requires precision, finesse, and sometimes (if your drives are like mine), some creativity. Here at Elevation, we're dedicated to making a line of discs whose sole purpose is to sit down under the basket.
Approved Date: Dec 26, 2020
Max Weight: 175.1gr
Rim Depth: 1.1cm
Rim Thickness: 1.4cm
Inside Rim Diameter: 18.2cm
The company was founded by husband and wife team, Austin and Macy. Austin was working as a Biomedical Engineer and despite having a good job, he also had a burning desire to start a business. With some financial support from family, and lots of support from his wife Macy, he started Elevation Disc Golf. The name comes from the couple’s philosophy of life and of disc golf. The logo includes the image of a falcon, which represents peoples ability to conquer whatever mountains and obstacles come before them, and use those obstacles to climb to higher heights in life. They look at disc golf as an expression of individualism and freedom. Macy was in the Army Reserve and finishing a doctorate degree when Austin had the idea for the business. Since he supported her while she finished her degree, she was happy to support him and his dream. She fills many roles in the company. Everything from shipping, media, and customer service, to testing the discs. All vital roles in a small business.
Elevate Your Approach Game
The approach game is one of the most important and consistently overlooked aspects of disc golf. It requires precision, finesse, and sometimes (if your drives are like mine), some creativity.
Here at Elevation, we're dedicated to making a line of discs whose sole purpose is to sit down under the basket.