Latitude 64

Zero Gravity Fuse

Speed: How fast the disc flies.
Glide: How long the disc stays in the air.
Turn: How much the disc curves right early in the flight (for RHBH throws).
Fade: How much the disc curves left at the end of the flight (for RHBH throws).

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Disc Color: Orange
Disc Weight
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FUSE is the most versatile midrange driver we have ever made. Period. Co-designed with our pro Jesper Lundmark, it has a stable and predictable flight path up to 300ft, and will hold long anhyzer curves with minimal fade at the end.
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Zero Gravity

Enter Zero Gravity from Latitude 64° – a significant step towards inclusivity in the sport. Developed with young disc golfers and beginners in mind, these are the discs that fly! Full weight discs 170-180 grams are really not suited for beginners and younger disc golfers. But Zero Gravity discs, weighing a mere 120-130 grams thanks to their low-density plastic blend, offer several advantages:

- They require less power to achieve optimal flight.
- They have great glide capability.
- They even float in water.

The introduction of this innovative plastic blend is cause for celebration. While crafting discs tailored to professional athletes is commendable, it's equally important to cater to those just starting out. By offering discs that are easier to throw and enjoy, we aim to attract more people to this fantastic sport and ensure everyone has a blast playing it!

PDGA Specifications

Max Weight: 181.8 g
21.9 cm
2.1 cm
Rim Depth:
1.3 cm
Rim Thickness:
1.3 cm
Inside Rim Diameter:
19.3 cm
Rim Depth / Diameter Ratio:
Rim Configuration:
8.28 kg
Certification Number:
Approved Date:

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Todd Podhaisky

Zero Gravity Fuse

Holds whatever angle you put on it!

Absolutely holds any line, hyzer, anhyzer, whatever. Risky to throw in the wind (as expected), but a solid, lightweight disc.

Randy Hix
Great for me, and my son!

The zero gravity Fuse is great for low effort turnover shots. It’s also great because my 3 year old son can also throw it farther than max weight discs. The zero gravity Pure is surprisingly more stable than the Fuse. They both definitely have spots in my bag now.

Great beginner disc

Fantastic disc for slow arms like mine