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right on! to each their own, especially in the sport of discgolf. right now i use innova's boss and beast but just purchased a disscraft nuke. i am wondering what driver to try out next.
My first California ace was 400' feet on a steep hyzer with a Boss I had bought twol days earlier. Now I am throwing Lat64 plastic. They have good consistancy and great plastic.
I am a Discraft Fan because of the "Nuke". It is my primary Driver. I have others like Avenger SS, Surge SS, Flick etc.
When I first started, I played Innova. I currently have ArchAngel, Eagle, Banchee and the Vulcan. But I do not throw them as much as my Discraft. I also have a Ching, Millenium, and had an Epic.
But I am a Discraft player. For some reason, they feel better in my hands, and I throw them better.
So the Question of "who has better Drivers....." is reduntant. It's like the question, "Which tastes better Pepsi or Coke"?
Both companies are good and it all depends upon the person.
I use Lat64 Opto plastic: Flow, Havoc, 2 Rivers, Pain. Opto has great grip, feel, and they do what their supposed to do shot after shot after shot.
I also use the Innova Vulcan, Arch Angel, Star Boss, and a few other molds.
I will use whatever disc fits the shot, but if it's made by Lat64, they get the first shot at it.
i'll second the latitude 64 shout out. i have the flow, river, and vision. first of all, the gold line plastic is amazing. it's durable, very grippy, and it just looks sick! second, these discs don't fly like other companies'. they do things that you didn't know discs could do and produce some gliding flights that just blow your mind.
i also use an innova teebird and xcal, and they have their purpose. i know what they'll do, but it's really awesome when your disc seems to propel itself and help you get closer to the basket. i think latitude 64 does that in an always surprising way.