Innova offshoot hit disc golf’s radar in 2007 and 2008 with the release of six models, the MD1, CD Craze, P1 Maniac, P2 Psycho, and PD Freak. All of these new Discmania models came out in mostly high-end plastic, and all the ones with two names sported fabulous hot stamps.

Established in 2006 by Jussi Meresmaa, Discmania started in Europe but soon teamed up with Innova, who began manufacturing their discs.

Discmania is currently represented on both sides of the pond, with headquarters in both Finland and California.

Dual names for each disc — something that attracted players to the brand — would eventually become confusing. The FD was also the Jackal, or FD Jackal. In 2014, Discmania stopped giving their discs their double names, and launched discs such as the FD2, P1x, DDx, P3x, etc. All the models are unique, while also clearly made by the manufacturing experts at Innova.

In 2018, Discmania products were removed from the Innova East and Innova West order forms, and the new distribution operation, ran by Austin Montgomery, fullfilled its own orders.

In 2019, Discmania took a huge step as a disc golf conglomerate, and began having their discs produced by Latitude 64 and Yikun in addition to their Innova produced molds. The Originals Line (Innova), Evolution Line (Latitude 64), and Active Line (Yikun), all quickly found a place within the disc golf market. The Evolution Line began filling gaps in the Discmania meta, while the Active Line sought to bring Discmania’s discs in to the bags of beginner and Amateur players alike.

Soon after the beginning of the pandemic in 2020, the Originals Line of Discmania discs slowly dissipated, and eventually, disappeared. For various and undisclosed reasons, Innova stopped producing discs for Discmania.

As of 2022, Discmania has taken the reigns on manufacturing their own discs, and is doing so in their new manufacturing facility in Sweden. Their Originals Line has began to see a come back, but is slow going, as they have to reverse engineer every single mold one by one, while maintaining the high quality standards that existed during the Innova period.

Discmania also sponsors players, and sells highly sought-after special edition signature discs that often sell for $30.

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