What Latitude64 Say:
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 four options 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.
A Vortica Disc Golf Essential
Disc Golf Essentials is a small collection of discs which are universally praised as class-leading. These are the discs the international community has decided are indispensible over a long period of time, and with much discussion.
Each of our Essentials has been discounted by a dollar, and buying multiple discs from this exclusive collection results in an additional dollar discount for each disc. So, save $4 when you buy two, and save $6 when you buy three!
Sinus (Zero Hard)
Sinus is right up there in terms of desirable and controllable overstable putters. But the Sinus is so much more than this alone! It can be driven with confidence from the teepad, on lines which seem carved in stone.
Sinus has a sharp bottom rim, which causes it to not skip, or slide very much at all, so it tends to die where it lands, and with the exceptionally low glide of "1", it is very easy to range correctly, especially when thrown on a hyzer line with good air speed.
Fantastic as a headwind putting putter, the Sinus in almost any plastic will make you a convert, and pretty soon you will have 4 of them.
One of our most-sold, and most-loved discs. Owners would rather fight, than switch!
Zero Hard is the Sinus most able to handle the world's biggest arms, without buckling or warping during the smash, and thus is suitable for full power drives where the line is paramount, followed only by the need for it to stick where it touches down.