The Discraft ESP Zeppelin Tour 2021 Ledgestone Disc Golf Putter is a straight flying disc that's similar in shape to a frisbee. It's slightly understable and has lots of glide. Now that it's being made in a more durable plastic (ESP) it's definitely worth bagging.
The flight path of the Zeppelin is straight at low speed, but if you're throwing it further than 75 feet you can expect a slow turn that starts early and holds the whole flight. This disc is similar in flight shape to a Sol or a very beat in Meteor. It's a great backhand disc and can be used when you're in the woods and need a straight flight to carry. The Zeppelin is also a great putting putter. With a big rim it's excellent at hitting the chains. The Zeppelin is an out of production disc, it was used in the 2011 Ace Race and then didn't stick around. If you're someone who loved this disc make sure to snag one of these now, especially because it's in a premium plastic.
ESP Plastic is premium from Discraft which means it's a higher quality than some of the others that they provide. It's highly durable and extra grippy, no matter the weather. Touring pros choose this plastic week in and out because they can rely on it to hit trees and keep on throwing. It will last much longer than the baseline plastic from Discraft. It will also add a little stability to the disc, so it won't be as flippy right away.
This disc is part of the Ledgestone Series, and some of the money spent on this disc will go to supporting the 2021 Ledgestone Open. This tournament always has some biggest purses for the winning players. That's in large part because of the fundraiser discs like this one. So if you're looking for an awesome disc that's a straight flyer, and it's going to help support disc golfers then snag one of these awesome Zeppelins today!
Since the Zeppelin is an out of production disc, and it was last made in 2011 there are no flight numbers for it. An estimate would be
Speed 2 Glide 3 Turn -3 Fade 0.