This new Latitude 64 Missilen (Swedish for Missle) is a unique new distance driver that features hexagonal cavities on the disc designed to help reduce drag. The shape of this new disc combined with the new technology will help this driver fly like a missle with unmatched end of flight speed. This very well could be the fastest golf disc out there.
The Missilen is not be for the average disc golfer, and will likely only perform well for experienced players that generate exceptional speed and snap. The initial flight ratings for the Missilen are something like 15/3/0/4. This disc has a very wide 2.5cm rim, the same as the Discraft Nuke or Innova Boss.
If the Hexagon design really performs well, we will likely see future disc golf discs discs of more moderate speeds follow.
The Dagger is a new putter by Latitude 64. This disc was developed with the help of pro disc golfer Dave Feldberg to bring Latitude 64 a deep beaded putter similar to the Discraft Challenger and Gateway Wizard. When compared with the popular Wizard,we see this disc is not quite as deep. The 1.5cm rim depth is .3cm less.
The Dagger is designed to ‘float’ into the chains at lower speeds so as to minimize the probability of longer comeback putts. This putter disc is perfect for lofting push putts because it typically is a very straight flyer.
A limited edition of this new putter was available at the Glass Blown Open tournament in Emporia Kansas.
The Claymore is the Latitude 64 Midrange that was used in player packs for the Trilogy Challenge. This new mid-range is described as a much stabler version of the Fuse. This is a straight flyer that gives us a gentle fading finish. The Claymore has a small dome and comfortable feel. You can get this disc with an awesome paint job that is shown above.
This new disc is said to be like the Innova Destroyer with a 2.2 cm wing. Like a sharp scythe cuts through wheat this disc is supposed to slice through the air with the same ease. This distance driver is said to have have excellent glide while still being very stable. It was designed for experienced disc golfers who wanted a fast disc that still provides excellent control.
The Latitude 64 Jade is the newest addition to the “Easy to Use” line. This beginner friendly driver is an excellent step up from to the popular Diamond. If you’re looking for a great driver that provides easy distance alongside easy control, this is definitely a disc you want to get your hands on.
The Saint is easily one of our most popular discs and is nearly impossible to keep in stock. Hence why Latitude 64 has responded by creating a new mold of the Saint, the “Saint Pro”.
According to Latitude 64: “The Saint Pro is the big brother of our popular fairway driver, Saint. We gave it a little bit more stability, and the outcome was very favorable with our test crew. Reliable, with enough stability and control for both turns and distance.”
The new Latitude 64 Stiletto is said to be the most overstable Latitude 64 disc that will ever be made. It’s initial flight ratings indicate a turn of positive 1, and a fade of 6! Designed to help pros in the windiest of conditions, this disc eats wind for breakfast. If the Trident and XXX aren’t overstable enough for you, try out the Stiletto. This is a much faster disk, and according to Latitude 64, “will slice through anything”.
The Latitude 64 Fury is a fairway driver similar to the popular and highly rated Saint, but slightly more understable. The Fury is often categorized as a cross between the River and Saint.
This is another very popular fairway driver manufactured with the less powerful disc golfers in mind. The Latitude 64 River and Latitude 64 Saint are two of the most popular drivers available on infinitediscs.com, and have the highest glide ratings of any other disc on the market. The Fury is the newest member of a successful family of discs.
The Mace is the newest mid-range in the Latitude 64 line. This is an overstable mid that can handle big arms, but can still be controlled by less powerful disc golfers. Latitude 64 says that they took the best of all their previous mid-range molds to form the Mace, and that it is the perfect disc for a one disc tourney.
The Latitude 64 Trident is a unique disc, perfect for specialty shots that require a monster hooking fade. When you have a moderate distance shot and have a big clump of trees in your way that you need to get through, this is definitely the disc you want. Although the Trident is a driver, it has a speed rating of just 5 and a glide rating of 2! If you’re looking for a max distance driver, then this is definitely not the disc you want.This disc feels very comfortable for both backhand and forehand shots, due to its super-blunt rim and flat top.