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Latitude 64 Launchers

Club for those of us that appreciate the superior design, grip, durability and looks of LAT 64 discs.

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Latest Activity: Feb 22

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STRIKER (GOOOOOOAL!) 11 Replies

I liked this disc right outta the box when I got one a while back.  And now that they have made them in lower weights, I like 'em even better.  Like an eagle-teebird hybrid with more speed.  Continue

Started by El Kabong. Last reply by gary unser Dec 20, 2011.

Interview with Tomas Ekström 5 Replies

Interview with Tomas Ekström, Chief of Production and Design at LAT 64, Disc Golf Hall of Fame InducteeAugust 17th 2011L64L: How was your 'disc golf vacation' to the western United States/2011 Pro…Continue

Started by El Kabong. Last reply by El Kabong Aug 20, 2011.

The Fuse 18 Replies

For me this disc is a perplexer.  In calm conditions it's the Fuse- does anything you ask w tons o' glide.  In the wind it's the conFuse:  But that's probably my fault (bad form etc...) Continue

Started by El Kabong. Last reply by Dookville Jul 25, 2011.

Pure Genious!

Got a Zero Line Pure the other day. First off, the zero line plastic is so grippy! way more than any innova plastics. It's rigid with a bit of flex to it and is extremely flat top. Nice low profile a…Continue

Tags: pure, line, zero, 64, latitude

Started by Gbudz Jun 22, 2011.

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Comment by El Kabong on April 7, 2011 at 1:43pm
I even had a fair little pile of orange gl shavings at the end
Comment by El Kabong on April 7, 2011 at 1:40pm
more elbow grease, david. I used an emery board on my gl halo and it took about that long but I got 90%+ of the flash off
Comment by david k. reisner on April 7, 2011 at 1:27pm
try sanding of the flash on the bottom of the rim ? were talking GL plastic not r-pro or dx , this plastic is tuff  i could not skuff my halo with emery cloth , and i worked at it for 20 minutes .
Comment by Jox on April 7, 2011 at 12:51pm
I use My Halos for thoose windy days and so far im pleased!
Comment by El Kabong on April 7, 2011 at 12:15pm
I am starting to like using the Halo as an upwind driver
I am getting exactly the same D and almost the same flightpath into a steady 20mph headwind as I do downwind
Comment by El Kabong on March 30, 2011 at 10:24pm
DAS BOOT
Comment by El Kabong on March 27, 2011 at 11:06pm
I have some 150s in both opto and GL and they are WAY overstable
Comment by El Kabong on March 27, 2011 at 10:59pm

Hanne

many of the lighter Halos came out more overstable than the max weights...weird. You are the fourth person I know that had experienced it w 150s halos. Try sanding of the flash on ther bottom of the rim. ...it does work.

Comment by Hanne Tosterud on March 27, 2011 at 4:55am
I've got myself some 156g Halos, but for now they seem way too overstable for me. :) my 160g River is great though, and Im looking forward to the day Diamond is launched.
Comment by Jox on March 27, 2011 at 3:14am
I tried a Havoc a couple of days ago.
Windy as hell so not great conditions, but it behaved really good!
 

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