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Latitude 64 Launchers


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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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 Hanne Tosterud on June 18, 2011 at 5:13am
i love mye fuse as well! you dont even have to anhyze it, just throw it straight flat and it will turn right before it come back. i use it alot! i lost my spare fuse at sea the other week and have got me another spare and it is just as good. so no stress if u loose one, just pick up another and it will turnover straight from the box :)
Comment by Gbudz on June 17, 2011 at 10:59pm

i love my fuse too. it's a turnover midrange disc, but it also works great for hyzer flips. can make some nice S shots with the right amount of hyzer.

you say you're looking for something with -2/3 flight rating. i bet a beat in core would be like that. my star spider flies like that. i think a pain is too overstable for the flight characteristics you're looking for.

Comment by chris roller on June 17, 2011 at 10:01pm
i wish i had two more fuses cuse the one i have ive got 3 aces since i bought it 2 months ago. i would be heart broke if i lose it
Comment by chris roller on June 17, 2011 at 10:00pm

Fuse is a turnover mid that will not flip, but if you beat up your core it will hold the anhyser line also. but i would definetely buy a fuse

Comment by Dookville on June 17, 2011 at 9:28pm
looking for a turnover mid that won't flip. Fuse or Core?
Comment by Joshua Knutson on June 17, 2011 at 6:43pm
Well my trade post on the FB was deleted, but to anyone here listening, I'm offering I'm looking for a GL Bolt 160-170, GL Pain 170+ and either a Sinus or a Pure, Grip Line 175.

My offer is a New Discraft Hornet 176 Ace Race 2010, New CFR Promo PDGA Am Worlds Archon 168, EX Discraft Elite Z Force 174 - ink on back, EX Star Katana 166 - ink on back, EX Star Aviar Driver 175 - ink on back, Worn CFR Glo Leopard 167 - ink on back, the DVD's (12 in all, each one a different program) of P90X (the core synergistics DVD should be owned by everyone), they are backups but play in any DVD player and are clearly marked and in a Jewel Case, I will put them in a flip-case though if you want. Also, if you have heard of the snap band, I have a resistance band with thin handles that allow you to do the same quick twitch muscle building without having to try and find one of those things let alone pay for it.
Comment by chris roller on June 17, 2011 at 6:05pm

i have a gl pain that i might be willing to part with but my caramel gl pain is domey though. and if you want a lat 64 disc that turns over straight out of the box go with a fuse. i love my fuse. it has replaced my cobra and stingray.


Comment by Joshua Knutson on June 17, 2011 at 5:44pm
Thing is is that if I can't get one in a trade, (have to trade cuz I'm broke, had to fix the car and my insurance stopped covering 3 medications I need to take, great thing about that is there's no alternatives or generics for those meds, fml) I'd just have to hope my powder blue DX Roc passes for the Powder blue Rancho DX that design wise looks just like a regular DX Roc, not sure if I wanna take that chance lol.  Hopefully someone with lots of L64 plastic might be interested in the trade offer I posted on the facebook group.  I could always sell my Mach II to someone but freighting that thing would suck and I really don't want to sell it.
Comment by El Kabong on June 17, 2011 at 4:15pm
Just get one. You can always deal it if it doesn't work out. No amount of pictures are gonna tell you how it flies.
Comment by Joshua Knutson on June 17, 2011 at 3:16pm
I really miss my Star Ontario, I paid too much for it and not only am I broke but I can't find one under $40 anywhere even if I could afford it.  Flat Rocs that fly like they're a -2/3 disc are the best.  That's why I'm intrigued my Kabongs GL Pain having a flat top, makes me wonder if it's also a good versatile turnover disc.

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