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New Pure in Opto Line Plastic - nearly indestructible! Medium Stability Short drive and Approach disc that get`s the job done every time - throw the Pure! Perfect for hyzer and straight shots when new, perfect turnover disc when beat in. This disc has excellent stopping ability. It very rarely skips or slides and when it does it doesn`t go very far. Great Breaks! Perfect for those do-or-die upshots that must have pinpoint accuracy. The Pure is currently our best-selling Lat64 Disc! New brilliant colors to choose from - these things look great. Beautiful, durable and exceptional quality! 175-176 grams.
Neutral stability, stays on the angle you throw it. Great for short backhand touch shots, esp. those that turn left to right. Thrown flat it goes as straight as an arrow with zero fade. Works fine as a putter, but Opto is not the ideal putter plastic. Can give you a little more distance than your typical putter for longer upshots. (Posted on 8/3/14)
This is a no frills straight down the line driving putter. It is slightly overstable at lower speeds, which makes it so great. It will fly out of your hand in a directly straight line without and realy turn left or right- it'll just move of it's own momentum. A great way lay up and slide towards the pin or make it down a really tight fairway. also holds a nice flat "float" on high elevator drives. (Posted on 3/14/14)
Another great driving putter. The pure combines excellent high speed stability with very little fade, so it is great for shaping lines or throwing lasers. A little bit lower profile than most putters out there, so it tends to be a little faster and has smoother, more consistent releases. (Posted on 10/1/12)