Thread: [Latitude] Latitude 64 Fury
View Single Post
  #185  
Old 04-29-2013, 05:05 PM
Drinkmixer Drinkmixer is offline
Newbie
 
Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Bossier City/Shreveport, LA.
Years Playing: 14.4
Courses Played: 16
Throwing Style: RHBH
Posts: 33
Ok, I've had a few rounds with my Furys these last couple of days and I must say, I'm impressed. I bought one GL 174g and one Opto 174g. This may be the first run of Lat. plastic that has little to no difference between the two plastic types. I threw them against an Opto Saint 175g, a VIP Underworld 168g, and a Lucid Renegade 173g. First thing, these discs have awesome glide! With about 70% power, I have them going very straight with a VERY small amount of fade. And when I say very small fade, I mean barely there at all. Pretty much throwing them on a frozen rope at that power. When fully torqued, I'm getting somewhere in the area of -2 to -2.5 (innova rating scale) of turn with, again, VERY little fade. These disc hold an anney line all the way through the flight when released with anhyzer angle. They can also be hyzer flipped to have a small turn after standing up, and finish straight. Both discs, at this weight, handle light winds very well. I haven't had any strong winds to throw them in, so I can't say what they are like in those conditions. Compared to the Saint, they have more turn and finish much straighter. Compared to the Underworld, there isn't much difference other than the fade at the end being lessened. Compared to the Renegade, they have less high speed turn and less low speed fade. These discs are going to be kicking the Underworld out of my bag. I love them and look forward to continuing to learn what all these discs offer to my bag. Remember, this review is subjective to my throwing style, and others may find them to be a bit different for themselves. That being said, I would definitely recommend them to anyone looking to fill the understable to straight flyer slot in their bag.
Reply With Quote