Frost Line is our newest addition to our high quality lines of plastic. We have worked hard to develop a plastic that feels good in the hand, has flexibility, durability, and maintains its shape in all conditions. Frost Line is very similar to our Opto Line but with a higher flexibility and stickier grip. Creating a plastic that is flexible yet durable was a challenge that our mad scientists in Sweden have now conquered. Frost will maintain its shape in cold weather and doesn't melt in your hand on a sunny day. We will be releasing Frost in late November in three molds, Claymore, Diamond Light, and River. We will continue to release additional molds in the early spring of 2015. Check with your disc vendor on when they will stock up on this so you can continue to play through the winter in style! Supplies are limited!
David Feldberg's impression of the new Frost Line
So I just received the first Frost discs from Sweden. Latitude 64° has come out with a new line of plastic that is super flexible in all weather. I tested the Claymore, Diamond Light, and the River. They are designed to stay flexible in cold weather so I stuck them in the refrigerator and they stayed just as gummy. Then I took them out to the desert in 90 plus temperatures and gave them their first flights. Funny thing is that they maintained the same flexibility that they did in my refrigerator. They had a great grip and seemed to fly more stable than our other plastics. I assume that is because the dome can flex more with this softer plastic blend. I really liked their feel and performance and I will be adding them to my bag as we release more molds. If you are training in colder temperatures this winter you will want to try our Frost Line. I am from Michigan and I can tell you that when a disc gets cold it becomes harder to grip and throw. If I had these discs back then I would have lowered my scores. They are to be released in late November. Congratulations Latitude 64°, you did it again!!