Discmania Mutant Review
The torque-resistant Mutant is one of the most overstable discs we have in stock. No matter what angle it is thrown on, this utility midrange will always fight back to a hyzer finish. It is the reliable and predictable tool every serious player needs in the bag. Read this Discmania Mutant review to see if this midrange for sale is right for you.
Discmania Mutant Plastics
Discmania partners with Latitude 64 to produce their Evolution line of discs. The plastics in this collection will be comparable to Latitude 64, Dynamic Discs, and Westside Discs blends.
- Neo - A durable premium plastic that maintains a soft feel with a bit of flex. It has a slightly slick texture and a semi-translucent look. Similar to Latitude 64's Opto, Dynamic Discs' Lucid, and Westside's VIP blends.
Discmania Mutant Flight Numbers
- Speed: 5
- Glide: 3
- Turn: 0
- Fade: 4
With little to no turn and an extremely aggressive fade, the Mutant is a very predictable disc in all conditions. You can always rely on it to finish on hyzer. It has the torque-resistance to absorb plenty for forehand snap, which makes it great for scramble situations. The overstable Mutant will hold the line in headwinds and crosswinds.
- Diameter: 21.7cm
- Height: 1.8cm
- Rim Depth: 1.2cm
- Rim Width: 1.3cm
The Mutant has a thick and blocky rim shape with a unique squared-off edge. This very beefy hand feel is an acquired taste for many players. The design keeps the disc slow and overstable, but definitely takes some getting used to. The squared-off edge also muffles skips and limits groundplay. Though 1.8cm seems like a lot of height, the Mutant maintains a board flat top.
The Mutant was approved by the PDGA in 2021 and released to the public in 2022. It joined the Origin and the Method in Discmania's Evolution line of midranges. It is the company's version of the Discraft Zone OS, the Innova Gator, or the MVP Deflector.
Skill Level Recommendations
The Mutant is best for experienced players who understand when to use a very overstable disc.
- Novice: Beginners may develop bad habits trying to control this disc.
- Intermediate: Super overstable option for very specific circumstances.
- Advanced: Trustworthy utility midrange that is especially good for forehand throwers.
- Pro: Discmania-sponsored pros use either the Mutant or the Tactic in their overstable approach disc slot.