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I am relatively new to disc golf (is 2 years still new?) and currently throw a 162g Star Wraith. I have been wondering about the Latitude 64 Flow compared to it. I read up on reviews about the Lat 64 (and they seem great) Has anyone thrown a flow compared to a wraith? Is the flow a wider rimmed disc then a wraith? Can it be even compared to a wraith?

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the wraith is slower and more stable then the flow . then there's that glide thing  . the flow take off faster and then it just starts sailing away about the time the wraith begins to fade , IMO hope that helps !
i like the flow better, it always seems to do what i want more than the wraith lol IMO i like the lats!
This has helped quite a bit, I would like to see that for my own. Thanks!
the flow would be hard to compare to any other manufacturer . i would just say its a faster river . i used to throw r-pro plastic all the time ( i liked the grip ) when i changed over to the gold line at first the GL would slip out of my hand early . easy fix - just grip them harder . now i only want to throw my flow !

 I have the Flow in both Opto and GL plastic. As you know molds can vary, but I find my GL Flow is less stable and has more glide than my Opto Flows. Now I don't throw that far, but when I compared the Flow agains the Wraith. I found them to be neck and neck in distance, but the Wraith was more stable. With the Flow I could get a nice straight flight or a little helix when thrown right. However, I was more consistant with the Flow and it seemed easier to throw and achieve the same distance. As far as the rim, they seemed to be about the same size, but I really didn't take note of it. I'll just add, the Flow is in my bag and the Wraith is no longer in it. Oh, just to give you a reference point. I throw around 300 to 330' and the Flow  is 170g.

Even if these two discs are tied in performace. The tie breaker is the plastic. IMO GL plastic is the best current plastic made today. I have a GL Vision that I've been throwing since the plastic first came out. Aside from the common scuffs. The disc is still in great shape.No nicks or gouges at all and I've hit my fair share of trees and rocks. The Opto is just a duarable and more tacky, but not as long as the GL plastic

i have the GL flow, would it be worth it to get a Opto flow? most of my lats are in Opto

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