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Latitude 64 Recycled Pure
Latitude 64 Recycled Pure Factory Second

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Latitude 64 Recycled Pure Factory Second

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Featuring a comfortable grip and slightly deeper rim than Spike, it will hold the line given to it on your approach shots. Pure is the second disc co-designed by Jesper Lundmark.

Speed: 3 Glide: 3 Turn: 0 Fade: 1

About Recycled Factory Second:
Latitude 64's Recycled Factory Second plastic provides amazing grip with an awesome look. These discs are eco-friendly and use reground plastic from Latitude 64. The discs may have cosmetic flaws, but they have no physical blemishes.

Average Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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Durability, reliability, and less strokes May 12, 2016
Reviewer: Harley Young from Maple Falls, WA United States  
I bought a black one (171g) of these last year, and it changed my anhyzer put/approach game immediately. With this p&a I can throw it straight full power, & have it dive right and roll a bit, great off the tee for wooded courses, very controllable.
I've had this disc in my bag since day 1, I named it the Rolls Royce of putters, because it has the sexual silver "Recycle" stamp. I am now returning for a brighter Rolls (I cant take the pain in losing my baby). I recommend this plastic to anyone for this putter, this thing breaks in real nice and lasts forever

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In the water already February 16, 2015
Reviewer: Mykie Branham from Hahira, GA United States  
Unfortunate I only got to throw it for a couple days...... Until the island hole 18 at Barnett north claimed it. In the water now, never found it.

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Sharp Edge November 25, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Fort Collins , CO United States  
I ordered this to accompany my zero medium Pure. They are very different. The recycled mold has a very sharp edge, rather than being a smooth blunt putter. It looks like a seam created between two molds and hardened into a distracting razor blade when held for putting. For approach shots, the seam is less of a problem, but is noticeable. I rolled the Pure across a parking lot and even took sandpaper to the edge. The ring still exists, but is less sharp. I think it flies similar to the zero medium Pure.

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