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Old 10-31-2014, 01:57 PM
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Has the consistency gotten any better with the striker?
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Old 10-31-2014, 04:34 PM
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Haven't thrown any new ones as all my old ones are still going strong. Tbird, you still got that shimmery blue one you posted last page? Want to trade/sell?
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Found a pretty flat, high PLH neon yellow glopto.
Pairs nice with my saint, Saint pro combo.
With the striker being a touch more stable than my saint pro
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Old 01-14-2016, 02:47 AM
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Interesting, I've owned one striker, that I eventually lost, and I remember it being pretty flippy, but usually finished. I dont regret losing it...
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Interesting, I've owned one striker, that I eventually lost, and I remember it being pretty flippy, but usually finished. I dont regret losing it...
In my experience strikers are wildly inconsistent I had one that was real flippy out of the box, then found one of the early flat stable ones that was at least as stable as a teebird, and when I found it it looked pretty beat up. The guy was super happy when I returned it so I'm guessing when their good it's a nice mold. If they were all around that teebird stability it would probably be a more liked disc...
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Used to never be a problem. Seriously screw latitude.

They have become THE worst with consistency of their molds. The striker was never flippy and always very HSS without much fade. It was a lot like a faster TB. Should honestly be one of the more popular discs if they were coming out like the jesper stamps.
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Old 01-14-2016, 11:22 AM
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Used to never be a problem. Seriously screw latitude.

They have become THE worst with consistency of their molds. The striker was never flippy and always very HSS without much fade. It was a lot like a faster TB. Should honestly be one of the more popular discs if they were coming out like the jesper stamps.
Agreed. The one I found was a Jesper stamp.
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Between them screwing with the striker and vision that about put my cork in the bottle of bubbly euro goodness.

Buying halos that flew like havocs and flows from OS to rollers just made it that much easier. Lets not even talk about making GRIP line plastic OOP(mid grade baseline proplastic like material that seasoned into amazing feeling for putters while being durable)

Now the trident is going OOP? Well... They fd that mold up too. Im actually shocked latitude has gained as much popularity given all the BS from start to now.

I WAS a big fan.
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Old 01-14-2016, 11:11 PM
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I see the truth in the inconsistenties, when I got my first two Tridents, one is OS, and the other straight up flipped drastically.
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Old 01-15-2016, 05:41 AM
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While it is true that Latitude has had inconsistency issues, it's also worth noting that AIM listed mainly very old, partially OOP and mostly infamous molds consistency wise.

There are much fewer complaints regarding newer molds like Trespass, Felon, Truth, etc.

Edit: I'm obviously talking about Latitude as a manufacturer of all Trilogy stuff, not just lat branded ones.
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