Latitude 64 ProBasket GO
It is easy to play and practice disc golf anywhere with this contractible, and portable disc golf basket. It has a sturdy center pole, durable canvas top, and 16 zinc-coated chains. The tripod base and basket lock into place from a collapsed position for super quick assembly. The weight of the basket is only 10 kg (24 lbs), and a shoulder strap bag is included to make transportation even smoother. Pick up a ProBasket Go and you are ready to explore disc golf. Let’s GO!
- Size assembled: 140 cm tall and 61 cm wide.
- Size not assembled: 140 cm tall and 30 cm wide.
- Weight: 10 kg.
THE NAME AND THE PLACE
Latitude 64° is the geographical location of the residential community Bergsbyn (meaning Mountain Village), outside the coastal city of Skellefteå, near the arctic circle in the north eastern part of Sweden. This tiny suburbial community with a population of around 2000 people, have produced 6 players that between them have won 2 Junior World Championships, 4 European Championships, 2 PDGA World’s Double titles and has won the Swedish Disc Golf Tour almost every year between 1995-2005. Bergsbyn also has Swedens largest Disc Golf course – Discgolf Terminalen – featuring 36 holes of world class standard. Three PDGA Majors has been held at this site and more is likely to come.
Other cities at Latitude 64° around the world includes Fairbanks in Alaska USA, Arkhangelsk in Russia and Nuuk on Greenland.
In the midst of the ”disc golf community” that grows and flourishes in Bergsbyn, a few of the experienced players and devoted enthusiasts had the dream, desire and vision to develop and produce disc golf products that would elevate the sport we all love to new heights in terms of quality and class. The passion for the sport is always in the forefront of everything Latitude 64° manufactures, but also the determination to offer a wide variety of products that will suit all types of players, from the fledgling newbie to the avid professional.
The passionate people behind Latitude 64° is Tomas Ekström, Svante Eriksson, David Berglund and Johan Åström.