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i have been experimenting with both companies, and like their discs.

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i say lat makes some amazing drivers. Innova has some great as well as discraft. I say no company has a better driver, just pros and cons of different styles and stuff.

 

imo:

Innova has overall best driver (Only saying this because i love the wraith)

Lat64 has 2nd best (if not better) drivers

discraft has best mids (with some amazing drivers to boot)

I have the same L64 drivers you do lol

I throw a mix of Discraft Lat 64 and Innova.  I prefer L64 over anything.  Superior grip, durability, no break in period that I can tell, and just flat out cool looking. 

 

Lat 64:

Flow

Vision

River

 

Discraft:

Nuke SS

Force

 

Innova:

Star Vulcan

Star Roadrunner

Star Katana

Star Wraith

Champion Valkyrie

Star Valkyrie

Star Beast

 

If I had to fill a bag being brand loyal my game wouldn’t suffer too much but definitely be uncomfortable. I tend to throw plastic that compatible with my throwing style, especially with drivers.

My putters and up shots are wizards, my mid’s are rocs and drivers are mixed.

For anyone that throws one brand more power to you, if it works it works right? But if you’re new to the game and not seasoned yet don’t limit your disc selection to one brand. Rather throw a type of disc that fit your throw, arm speed, torque and snap especially with drivers .   

I have never been able to get any brand other than Innova to work for me, I still have some original Cyclones in my collection that I tried years ago but could never get flight out of them.

Lat 64 has an answer to almost every Innova disc and plastic, especially Star.  Lat 64's Gold Line is superior to star in every way, and it's true to it's ratings out of the box. 

I like both Innova and Discraft. The Wraith and Nuke are two of my favorite drivers. I recently bought a Latitude 64 "Flow" gold line. It is superior in quality to all my other discs, and I think I will try more of the Lat64 discs. I also have a few Millenium discs and I like them also, but I think they are made by Innova.
thanks for all the insight people! it seems to me that innova is carried more by disc shops than any other brand. atleast from the shops in my local are, i like what i here about lat 64, deffenitly open to try all types of discs!
I'm liking this post. A year or two ago you'd see more diversity of either strictly Innova or Discraft! With other companies, I agree with the others, there's too many various discs to take sides.  I throw a mixture of Innova, Discraft, Latitude, Disc Mania and Westside.

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.

 

 

 

They're all good don't limit yourself to just one or two companies.  I have a mixed bag of Innova, DC, Lat64, and Gateway.  Why not give yourself a competitive advantage and play with them all?  Are you looking to get sponsored?
2 weeks ago, I'd never thought I'd throw Anything but Innova. With Helpful prodding from the members of this forum, and feeling like I had hit a wall throwing all of Innova's discs that are Capable for me at where I am at in my game, I now have 3 Lat 64 discs in my bag and some Discraft discs on the way. I can't WAIT to try these new discs and see what kinda Magic they hold under their rims.....

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