Sinus Zero Hard
Latitude 64 Zero Hard Sinus
Zero Hard plastic provides the best of both worlds with stiffness & great grip. The Zero Hard Sinus will become a great disc to help provide acceleration in your short game. This was one of the first discs made by Latitude 64.
The Zero Hard Sinus is an over-stable Putt & Approach disc. This over-stable flight makes it an excellent choice for putting in windy conditions. The Sinus has 3 grip areas on the top with different textures. It allows Disc Golf players an option to find the grip and feel they prefer while putting. The name Sinus nobody knows where the name came from while it's obviously a terrible name for a Frisbee, but at least it flies great!
Speed: 2 Glide: 1 Turn: 0 Fade: 3 | PDGA Approval Date: 2/12/06
It is a piece of history – but still as relevant as the day it was born. Sinus was one of the first three discs (together with the driver Primitus and Medius) produced by Latitude 64° back in 2005. It is a putter with three grip areas on top with different textures. This gives players an option to find the grip and feel they prefer. Between the grip areas the disc is regularly smooth for players who prefer a smooth grip. The flight is quite overstable making it useful in windy conditions. For putt & approach discs length is nothing – control is everything. This certainly holds true for the Sinus.
Zero Hard Plastic
- Extremely Gummy/Grippy plastic
- Used for Putters
- Designed for the short game
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