Latitude 64

Grand Strive


10 reviews
Disc Color: Purple/White
Disc Weight
20 in stock
The Strive is a fast, overstable distance driver from Latitude 64's Royal line that has the flight all players love in a driver. It has massive distance potential for advanced players whether thrown forehand or backhand. Never fear a headwind with the trustworthy stability of the Strive.
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.


Royal Grand is our durable premium plastic with great grip that will not fail you, no matter the outside circumstances. It features a soft feel with a rigid rim part with perfect flex.

PDGA Specifications

Max Weight: 175.1 g
21.1 cm
1.8 cm
Rim Depth:
1.1 cm
Rim Thickness:
2.2 cm
Inside Rim Diameter:
16.6 cm
Rim Depth / Diameter Ratio:
Rim Configuration:
11.93 kg
Certification Number:
Approved Date:

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
Joel F

Bought a couple Strives to try out and they quickly knocked the DD1 out of my bag as my primary driver. These things bomb. Ordered several more as I like the original plastic more than the more-stable Orbit stuff and if the Grace is any indication it will be a long time before another standard Royal run

Tim Roty
Great service

Store has lots of inventory at good prices.

Joshua Staudt
Solid disc

Despite not having the full power to throw this disc. I can still get it to turn a bit and hyzer out. Love the feel and I can see the potential in the flight, I just need to power up on it

Anthony Aparton
Forehand bomber

I don't have the speed to throw this backhand but as a forehand disc I really like it. It will replace my flat top havoc

Darell Matthews
Like a very seasoned Rive or lightly seasoned Supreme BOMBS!

As I get older, I like discs easier to flip and get distance with. This one fits the bill perfectly. It flies like a very seasoned Rive. The initial high speed portion of flight is quite understable so you'll need to learn angle control. As the disc slows down, there is a bit of low speed fade that keeps distance control and flight in check. Make no mistake, this isn't a disc for beginners because it's flippy...quite the opposite. This disc is designed for those with great angle control who like to hyzerflip shots on tight courses or throw big distance bombs on open courses. This disc doesn't need a ton of lateral space to fly far, it glides like nothing else. Check it out. If you throw it and want something just a big more stable...check out the Supreme Trespass. The Strive, Supreme Trespass, and Rive would make up a perfect 1-2-3 distance driver lineup.

Here is a shot in an open field with just a bit of headwind.