Latitude 64

Gold-Ice Compass

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: Blue
Disc Weight
In stock
Description
Navigate the fairways with the Compass from Latitude 64. This straight flyer will go wherever you need it to go, and holds any line in a predictable way. Not shallow, not deep, this disc will fit in any hand. Hyzer, straight, anhyzer; the Compass is a disc you can trust on in every angle.
Things you should know

Please note that product images may differ slightly from the actual product. Additionally, the shade of disc color may vary. For example, blue may range from baby blue to sky blue. Foil stamp colors are assorted unless otherwise stated.

Gold-Ice

Gold-Ice is a premium blend of plastics that provides a stiffness between Gold and Gold-X. It has great durability, and more overstable flights compared to regular Gold.

PDGA Specifications

Max Weight: 179.3 g
Diameter:
21.6 cm
Height:
2.3 cm
Rim Depth:
1.3 cm
Rim Thickness:
1.3 cm
Inside Rim Diameter:
19 cm
Rim Depth / Diameter Ratio:
6.0%
Rim Configuration:
42.75
Flexibility:
10.77 kg
Certification Number:
15-83
Approved Date:
12/9/2015

Customer Reviews

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Maverick
Guide me to the basket

The compass is a straight flyer with reliable fade. This disc allows me to throw controlled backhand approaches and has the stability for me put plenty of torque for sky anhyzer forehands that save me strokes from scramble positions. A compass will always be in my bag.

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Scott “Big Kahuna” Jones
Gold ice Compass

This disc is a good fit for my bag. I have pretty big power and absolutely love all my EMac Truths. However this disc is so easy to throw on turn over and dead straight lines it was easy to add to my bag. I think this would be great for slower arm speeds or beginners!

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John Peterson
Gold-Ice Compass

The compass has been my go-to midrange for several years now. The gold-ice plastic is a great option. It feels great in my hand, similar to how the royal plastic feels to me. The soft feel gives me consistent grip and release.