Stamp color may vary.
Shade of disc color may also vary. For example, yellow can be a mustard yellow or a bright yellow.
Back in 2018, the Explorer fairway driver was voted Disc of the Year for two reasons that resonate with players of all levels: a straight flight path and controlled glide. The workhorse for all kinds of accurate fairway drives, this stable and versatile disc golf disc flies smooth right out of the hand and has a clean, even flight.
The Explorer's development goes back to Teemu Nissinen, then a team player for Latitude 64, who sought to have a fairway driver that delivered a consistent flight path. At the time, Latitude 64's fairway drivers tended to be on the over- or understable side. After some small-batch testing, Nissinen found the disc hit the sweet spot right in between, able to make straight-landing hyzer and anhyzer shots that get close - if not make it - to the basket.
Learn more about how the Explorer disc came to be.
Opto Air starts with the same durable material as Latitude 64's Opto Line plastic but is modified to provide a lighter result with stunning visuals. Still, it adds a layer of solid plastic at the tip and bottom of the rim to protect the alternated material. Paring down the weight, the plastic is mostly centered toward the middle of the rim before it spreads out slightly over the top of the disc. This construction keeps the weight distribution as close as possible to Latitude 64's Opto and Gold Line discs.
Learn more about Opto Air disc golf plastic.Read The Story of the Explorer.