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Do you want a dog disc that can take a beating? Look no further. The Bite is the latest in dog disc technology to hit the canine sports arena. Using experience from production of the World’s premiere disc golf products, Latitude 64° has developed the Bite to all dogs and dog owners in need of a disc that can handle a beating. A reliable neutral flight, combined with puncture resistant material has deeply impressed Latitude 64's test panel. Try it out yourself and prepare to be amazed!
Material: Bite is made from an ultra-strong, non-toxic, FDA approved, pet-safe material used for many high performance and high stress products. In fact, its most often used by medical device companies.
Stamp colors may vary.
Weight: Approximately 150-160g.
My dog loves this disc and she has yet to bite through it like she has other fetch toys.
I have bought 4 Bite discs and 1 puppy bite disc. My 8 year old dog Wyatt has had his first one for at least 4 years now. It has faded and the stamp worn off from all the catching and carrying. But flies just like the first time I threw it. My year and a half old dog folds them like a taco 🌮 alot. Still flies exactly the same. Have new puppy now and just ordered 3 more bite discs for them for Christmas. I also have carried one in my disc golf bag on the courses. They are great for getting around trees and other obstacles.
Great catch disc for my dog. Even when he chews on it indoors, it holds up very well.
I love warming up with it!
Greatest putter ever made and the pink is amazing looking oh and by the way my brother putts with daggers and wonders why there are no orbit daggers that would be awesome to see next thank you guys
When it was advertised as "stable" I was expecting a meat hook with huge fade. I like the Trust and figured this was a step beyond. Turns out to not be the case. Where the Trust goes straight, the Savior has a nice forward push and glide with a gentle, yet firm, fade at the end. The thicker shoulder also means easier forehand release and better torque resistance than the Trust. Definitely room for both in the bag.
The multiwear is both comfortable and useful. I’m very pleased!
I use the grace as for my flex back hand shots that need to go 300ft. I like the consistant flight out of the grace. It has become a stable and work horse in my bag.