Latitude 64

Recycled Explorer

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

Why was the Explorer voted the 2018 Disc of the Year? Straight flight path and controlled glide, that’s what the Explorer brings. Designed to be the workhorse for all kinds of accurate fairway drives. This stable and versatile fairway driver is smooth out of the hand and has a clean stable flight.

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.

BioGold

BioGold plastic makes disc golf more sustainable. When production of premium plastics like Opto or Gold discs doesn't come out to our high-quality standards they are mixed, melted down and combined to create BioGold. This reduces unnecessary waste and lowers disc golf's carbon footprint. BioGold has great feel, grip, flight, and breaks in a bit faster.

PDGA Specifications

Max Weight: 176 g
Diameter:
21.2 cm
Height:
1.7 cm
Rim Depth:
1.1 cm
Rim Thickness:
1.8 cm
Inside Rim Diameter:
17.7 cm
Rim Depth / Diameter Ratio:
5.2%
Rim Configuration:
32.75
Flexibility:
10.21 kg
Certification Number:
17-128
Approved Date:
12/11/2017

Customer Reviews

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Anthony Bohanske
My favorite fairway driver!

The Latitude 64 Recycled Explorer is my favorite fairway driver! These things are so perfect. I prefer orange 170+ grams. They are just a bit overstable out of the box, but they beat in to straight relatively soon. As someone who has been adding distance lately (up to 400+ in the field with drivers), I’m finding myself throwing Recycled Explorers on holes ranging from ~285’ up to ~335’ of power. Lately whenever I can’t figure out what to do on a hole, I just grab the Recycled Explorer and park it!