Dino Discs Pterodactylus
For young disc golfers, the Dino Discs Pterodactylus is a manageable driver. Because the rim isn't too wide, a quick release isn't required. However, it is still classified as a "distance driver" and serves as an excellent stepping stone to longer, more impressive throws down the fairway. It is lightweight, floats in water, and is aimed at young players or those with limited arm speed, as with other Dino Discs.
Note: PDGA has not certified Dino Discs for use in PDGA-sanctioned competitions, despite the fact that they utilise established molds.
Egg Shell Plastic
Egg Shell plastic is a surprisingly grippy, semi-firm plastic blend with some really cool decorative effects such as splatters, swirls, and sparkles. It contributes to the bright and whimsical appearance of the Dino Disc models, which are ideal for players who prefer lightweight, floating discs.
Volcanic plastic is a surprisingly grippy yet semi-firm plastic blend with some really cool decorative effects that look like colored candy pieces in the mix. But don't let your children eat them! This plastic blend was created for Dino Discs in order to make them even more fun and exciting for young players who require ultralight discs.