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Latitude 64 XXX

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Latitude 64 XXX is an EXTRA overstable fairway driver. If you need to make a shot where you can rely on a monster fade, this is the disc to use. The XXX has fairly wide rim width (2.0cm) and a weight ranging from 165-177 grams. It’s a fairly thin disc (1.5cm), but has an over stableness you can rely on.

If you are looking for a better plastic grade, Latitude 64 offers durable Opto Line and Gold Line plastics, perfect for good grip and a long lasting life.

Latitude 64 XXX

Latitude 64 XXX Dimensions

  • Diameter: 21.5cm (99.26% of average, 100.41% average Fairway)
  • Height: 1.5cm (74.74% of average, 84.91% average Fairway)
  • Rim Depth: 1.1cm (93.46% of average, 92.46% average Fairway)
  • Rim Width: 2.0cm (136.71% of average, 119.34% average Fairway)
  • Available Weights (Opto Line): 165-175g
  • Available Weights (Gold Line): 165-177g

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17 Reviews

  1. Jeremy Nelson
    Review Supporter, L4

    I picked up the XXX as a utility driver and I’m extremely happy I did. As everyone has previously stated this thing is a meat hook, it flies boomerang made of brick.

    Basically this disc is so beefy overstable it will go straight with no turn for as much power you can put into it. However once the fade hits this disc cuts and cuts hard. Rain, wind, snow, hurricane, typhoon, this disc will fade.

    The other area the XXX really shines is spike hyzers, thumbers and tomahawks because it spikes to the ground like nothing you’ve ever seen. It the ground like a meteor and just stops.

    If you are in need of a great meathook/trouble/utility disc I would definitely recommend the XXX.

  2. Connor L.
    Review Nut, L7

    The XXX will never be your go-to driver, unless you live in the Caribbean and are constantly playing in hurricane weather. When you need a hard fade, or you need to throw through a tornado and make it out on the other side, you will reach for this beefy disc. Any forehand throw and spike hyzers are very ideal with the XXX. The added ability of virtually no skip is very appealing. This isn’t a disc that will catch some glide before it meathooks. It will only go as far as how much umph you put into it. I’d say it’s one of the best utility disc on the markey, and as always, the Lat 64 plastic is extraordinary.

  3. Jack
    Review Elite, L9

    For me the XXX is a dependable meat hook driver or utility driver. Tomahawk, Thumber, get out of trouble Flicks,this disc does it all. It doesn’t go far for me, but it is dependable in the wind and will never surprise me with how it finishes.

  4. ltkhang
    Reviewer, L2

    this disc is good not to bad it alot better to controll then the OS Nuke, brought the disc 1st throw 400 feet dos not fade hard left for me it make a S_Curve for me, this disc is alway in my bag..

    • Landon Lockhart
      Review Extroadinaire, L11

      As I have played with it more and more I have come to think that it isn’t ridiculously overstable. It is definitly going left, but I get a fairly significant straight flight out of it befor it hits the hard left. Throwing it 400′ on an s-curve though…..that seems tough. I will admit that I have never tried to drive it like I do my Distance Drivers, but I don’t see an s-curve in my future unless I release it on a nice Anny line,

  5. Landon Lockhart
    Review Extroadinaire, L11

    A lot of reviewers have called this a flying brick. Though when you get it, you understand what they mean, it is still not very appealing. The disc however, you will fall in love with. It is going left. In a headwind, in a crosswind, on anny, on the moon…it is going left. What the reviewers mean when they say it flys like a brick, is that it only goes as far as you throw it and then it finds the ground and sticks in it. There are certain holes where you will think, I wonder if the xxx is good for this hole. Try it once and you will love it. One of my favorite holes to throw this disc on is about 200 feet down a hill then an extra 100 feet to the hole. You have to throw around a few big trees at the top of the hill. I send this disc off with a forehand flick, it wraps around the trees, and it goes and sits next to the basket…every time. No skipping, no gliding away in the wind…just perfect. Use this disc strategically and you will love the results. I love the disc.

  6. Brandon H
    Review Enthusiast, L3

    I throw about 350′. I do not throw xxx 350′. If you want to throw this with a normal throw you will have to be a lot stronger of a thrower than me, this disc starts to hyzer from a flat throw about 30-50′ from where I throw it.

    Good thing is that isnt what this disc is for. Wind will only straighten this disc out, the more the better, and it will still fade back.

    While I have only tried out 3 or 4 OS utility discs, this one by far gets more distance with thumbers and tommys. Fifty feet or so on a few good throws, and that was compared to a Trident I tried (both in opto).

  7. B Kern
    Review Participant, L1

    It won’t be a workhorse driver for you, and it won’t be your longest driver. But when you need a shot that will finish to the left (RHBH) in a hurricane, THIS is that disc. Very overstable and very reliable. There are very few discs (Z Xtreme comes to mind, along with a select few firebirds) that will fade harder than this disc.

  8. Jim Wisinski
    Review Participant, L1

    The XXX is a disc which fills a specific niche in your bag; it’s not useful for most shots you’ll take in a round but extremely good at what it’s meant for. Beyond its obvious ability as a reliable disc in the most brutal of headwinds it is very good for overhand shots, forehand rollers, and short hooks/skip shots. Despite its massive overstability the XXX is, when released anhyzer, able to hold that angle longer than you might think and gives you some extra flexibility for line shaping even at low speeds.

  9. Reuben
    Review Whiz, L8

    CRAZY OVERSTABLE. Great for short hyzers and overhead shots obviously. Has a large skip on it if thrown low. If thrown high chances are it will just spike. If you need something more stable than Firebird or a Predator this is for you.

  10. Ethan
    Reviewer, L2

    The XXX is one of the most overstable discs on the market. It does a good job at fighting a headwind, and is excellent for overhand shots. I would not recommend this disc for any new player, but for players with experience I would highly recommend it as a utility disc.

  11. I have to admit, I am not a fan of the XXX, like, at all. I won one at a local tourney and tried my best to make it work for me, all to no avail. I just don’t have a need right now for what it does…but what it does, it does well.

    First off, the only thing I’ve seen that is more Overstable than this disc is a Nuke OS, and even then, they’re about the same. The XXX is a total meathook. It’s a fairway driver for sure, but on the low-end of speed for fairways (like a Cheetah or Leopard, to make an Innova comparison). It doesn’t go out too far, and at the end it hyzer out ridiculously hard.

    But what the XXX does is fight the wind like nobody’s business. I’m pretty sure you could throw this bad boy into a tornado and it would still stay straight and finish hard left. (RHBH) Put even a touch of hyzer on it and you get a sky-high hyzer spike. Throw it flat and it will go super straight for about 150-200 feet, then begin it’s ultimate fade of doom.

    This disc isn’t for everybody, by any means, but if you need a meathook/wind fighter, then this is your jam.

  12. Stuart Autry
    Review Fanatic, L5

    How to explain the XXX. It’s a very very overstable driver. I cannot place enough emphasis on the overstability. It’s the equivalent of a Firebird from Innova or a Predator from Discraft. It is not meant to fly far, it is meant to fight the wind, hook hard and find the ground. Great for overhands, great for power sidearms, flex sidearms, big spike hyzers, skip shots. Also makes a great overhand roller disc when you happen to get into trouble. The Opto are more overstable then the Gold Line but both are money. Worth a try!

  13. Michael
    Reviewer, L2

    The xXx is as stupid overstable as they come, but in a great way. 40mph headwind? No problem and no joke, you will not be able to turn this disc over. The rim is wide, but not too wide, and it fits very comfortably in the hand. The Opto plastic is near indestructable,which all adds up to make a brilliant thumber disc.

    This disc is as good as it gets for thumbers both short and long, and you can huck this disc incredible distances with a strong thumber; once it flips upside down, it glides that way very predictably until it cuts back towards the throwing side before viciously spiking down. It brilliantly performs spike hyzers, HARD fades for both back and forehand where it’s unchanged in its flightpath by even the heaviest of headwinds, this is THE disc to skip on those low and hard big-skip routes, flex routes come out very early allowing some sharp lines to be made, and those utility shots through the heaviest of brush is no match for the xXx. Keep in mind that being so incredibly overstable and having a somewhat thick blunt edge, this dic keeps from being very long with a standard throw.

  14. Austin Myers
    Review Participant, L1

    Extremely overstable disc, and imo one of the only suitable replacement discs for the Innova Firebird for thumbers. The first run of these were extremely flat and subsequent runs have varied with having both flat and slightly domed XXX’s. Both are super overstable but i prefer the flat ones for thumbers. one of the best discs Latitude makes

  15. Kyle Stauffer
    Review Supporter, L4

    The XXX does what it’s supposed to do – meathook – and there’s something positive to be said for that! Reliability is key and you can trust that you’re XXX will fade HARD when you need it to. For me this is a get-out-of-trouble utility disc. Tomahawks, thumbers from the brush, spike hyzers over that annoying clump of trees – XXX will get it done. Otherwise, it’s much too overstable to get a ton of distance with it.

  16. CC
    Reviewer, L2

    The XXX is kind of the epitome of a “meathook” in my opinion, but it holds a very important spot in my bag. Perfect for spike, hard fading hyzers both backhand and forehand even in headwinds. Also I’m not a big overhand thrower but when I do throw them, this disc is absolute money for long bombs. Other than that it’s not a very long disc but worth a slot in your bag for get-out-of-trouble shots and big predictable hyzers.

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