Hyperflite's Jawz disc is the toughest and best-flying puncture-resistant competition disc ever made. The Jawz disc stands up to gnashing canine teeth better than any other canine disc.
Weight: 145 grams
Although the Jawz disc is remarkably tough in normal canine play, it is not intended to be used as a chew toy.
Jawz discs do not float in water.
Hyperflite proudly manufactures Jawz discs in the U.S. with food safe materials.
The K-10 design incorporated a number of improvements over existing canine competition discs including reinforced high-stress areas, aerodynamic improvements for ultra-long flights, and low-profile opposed grip surfaces that don’t retain grit and dirt, which can damage canine teeth. In recognition of Hyperflite’s quantum leap in canine disc technology, U.S. Patent No. 6,887,119 was issued, representing the first patent ever issued for a flying disc designed specifically for use in canine competition.
Hyperflite was established in 2000 by Canine Disc World Champions Peter Bloeme and Jeff Perry. Owing to their decades-long experience in canine and flying disc sports, first as World Champion competitors, then as judges and contest organizers, Bloeme and Perry believed that existing flying disc manufacturers had neglected to offer innovations that kept pace with the evolving abilities of the modern canine athlete. The pair set to work to do nothing less than reinvent the canine disc. Through the application of sophisticated aerodynamic design and materials technologies, Bloeme and Perry created the K-10 canine flying disc.