Emerald / Gray Innards
Emerald / Gray Innards
Emerald / Gray Innards
Emerald / Gray Innards
Emerald / Gray Innards

Disc Raptor: V2

Emerald / Gray Innards

Regular price $29.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $29.99 USD

Cleans and dries a ton of discs in the worst conditions.  Able to go a whole round and then some!

There has never been a well-designed, effective alternative to disc golf towels, until now! With just a quick spin in crud-busting synthetic blades and high-surface-area microfiber, you can easily clean and dry all of your discs. Welcome to the future of disc sports!

Emerald / Gray Innards

Emerald / Gray Innards

Regular price $29.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $29.99 USD

Frequently Asked Questions

Does it really work? Won’t it just smear mud around?

The design and materials used lets you clean for multiple rounds of Disc Golf in the worst conditions. This is because of the high surface area and the design which allows dirt to fall out of the tool.

How do you clean the Disc Raptor?

Turn inside out and rinse with water. Disc Raptor is also machine washable.  Dryer safe on low heat or wring out excess water and air dry.

How do I store it while I’m out on the course?

The built in hanging loop allows you to hang it from your bag or cart.  It also fits neatly in your bag right next to your discs.

Do you offer custom colors or graphics for the Disc Raptor?

No, not at this time.

Do you offer wholesale or large orders for tournaments or events?

Depending on current stock levels.  Please email us at info@discraptor.com


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Customer Reviews

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Stephane Bouchard

no order receiced yet !!

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Andrew Brown
As advertised

Enjoying the product

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Amy Broda
Great gift

Bought them for the whole family. Big hit!

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DShark808
Great concept

Great design and buy

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Airin
Almost great.

I really like the idea of this. However, I can’t seem to get my discs dry when using it. One of the issues is that I need another towel to hold the disc with while I spin it through the Raptor. Otherwise, I just keeping putting my wet hand on the disc and it won’t dry. The microfiber doesn’t seem to absorb the water too well and it will mostly just smear. I usually just resort to a normal towel for drying duties. I imagine it will work fine for mud and snow, but I haven’t had the opportunity, or misfortune to test that yet.