Discraft Crush

2 products

    2 products
    Discraft Crush Z Swirl Tour Series Ledgestone 2022 170g - 172g Orange-ish w/Holographic Stamp
    Discraft Crush Z Swirl Tour Series (Ledgestone 2022) 173g-174g Light Grey w/Black Stamp
    Discraft Crush Z Swirl Tour Series (Ledgestone 2022)
    Discraft ESP Swirl Crush (Ledgestone) 173g-174g Purple/Green w/Pink/Blue Stamp
    Discraft ESP Swirl Crush (Ledgestone) 173g-174g Pink/Purple w/Flag Stamp
    Discraft ESP Swirl Crush (Ledgestone)

    Discraft Crush Review

    The Crush is an old school disc that not many retailers have in stock. We happen to have a great selection of this overstable distance driver for sale. This Discraft Crush review provides a brief overview of this classic mold. 

    Discraft Crush Plastics

    The Crush was pulled from regular production in 2017. Fresh runs only exist in the plastics below, and older versions in different plastic blends exist on the secondary market. 

    • Z Line: Very stiff and durable with an opaque look. Great for workhorse fairways, high-speed drivers, and utility discs, this plastic can take a beating and still maintain original flight numbers. Generally the most overstable blend. It can be very slick, especially in wet conditions. 
    • ESP: Solid durability but with a more flexible and softer hand feel. Discs generally fly close to their posted fight numbers in ESP.

    Discraft Crush Flight Numbers

    • Speed: 11
    • Glide: 5
    • Turn: 0
    • Fade: 4

    The Crush was the first driver Discraft labeled an 11-speed. It's speed and stability make it great for power throwers, particularly those who favor forehands. The Crush fights headwinds with ease, and will get a sneaky amount of glide on forced flex lines. Most online reviews state that this is a bit less overstable than these flight numbers indicate. 


    • Diameter: 21.1cm
    • Height: 1.7cm
    • Rim Depth: 1.2cm
    • Rim Width: 2.1cm

    These are standard specs for a distance driver. The Crush's 2.1cm rim width is 0.2cm thinner than the more popular overstable Discraft driver, the Force. This makes it slightly easier to grip for players with smaller hands. 


    When the Crush was released in 2003 it was the fastest disc in the sport. It had a good five year run but took a backseat to the Force in 2008. It has since been pushed out of the spotlight in a crowded Discraft distance driver class. The company took the Crush out of regular production, and now only releases special runs of this vintage mold. 

    Skill Level Recommendations

    • Novice: Beginners will develop bad habits trying to control this fast and overstable disc. 
    • Intermediate: Utility distance driver for spike hyzers, forehand flexes, and extreme headwinds.
    • Advanced: Great for controlled distance shots, particularly on the forehand side. 
    • Pro: The Crush was popular when it first came out, but Discraft-sponsored pros use the Force these days.
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