You’re stepping up to make an important putt, upshot or short drive. You feel the wind messing with your head. Grab the Caltrop and feel confidence return. The Caltrop is a throwing putter with raised thumb grip and solid overstable flight that will help you make those critical shots to stay in the lead.
The Dagger has been developed in co-operation with pro disc golfer David Feldberg and is a deep dish beaded putter. Feldberg says it is comparable to a big bead Aviar, Wizard, Challenger, etc., but deeper and with more float.
Have you ever thrown the Gauntlet? You should. If you are searching for a reliable putter with stable flight, then it is time to challenge the course with the Gauntlet. It is a high profile putt and approach disc with a beaded rim. A stable flyer with good glide makes it a handy weapon in every bag. It is similar to the Macana but with less rounded lower rim.
The Macana is a putter for players that like a beaded deep rim putter, but feel like the Dagger is just a little too deep. Stable in flight, it will serve you well as both a putter and a short range driver. The Macana has little fade and good glide. The name Macana refers to old wooden weapons used by native cultures of Central and South America. If you feel like every green is a constant battle ground perhaps the Macana can help you win the war!
Sometimes the disc golf course won’t give you mercy. You might have better luck with the Mercy from Latitude 64°. It is designed with a deep rim and features a slow flight which makes it a very good alternative in our putt and approach lineup. Stable and consistent flight for putting, approach and short drives. What else can you wish for?
The Pure is a modern classic in the putt and approach department. The disc was co-designed with Jesper Lundmark. It features a comfortable grip and a medium deep rim. It is developed with minimum fade for the ultimate putting experience. Left, straight or right; it will hold any line on your approach shots. Elevate your game around the basket with the Pure.
Whatever situation you find yourself in on the course you can always fall back on the Sarek. It’s a reliable, stable putt and approach disc that works very well as a short range driver too. No matter if you are new to the game or a seasoned pro, you can find many ways to put Sarek to use.
It is a piece of history – but still as relevant as the day it was born. Sinus was one of the first three discs (together with the driver Primitus and Medius) produced by Latitude 64° back in 2005. It is a putter with three grip areas on top with different textures. This gives players an option to find the grip and feel they prefer. Between the grip areas the disc is regularly smooth for players who prefer a smooth grip. The flight is quite overstable making it useful in windy conditions. For putt & approach discs length is nothing – control is everything. This certainly holds true for the Sinus.
The Spike was one of the first discs released by Latitude 64°. It has a understable flight path for the more advanced players and will fly straight for beginners. Compared to most putters it has a shallower grip and a smoother edge. If you have a problem with putters sticking to your hand on release. The Spike might be the right pick for you. The top surface has traction zones for optional varied grip.