Discraft Z-Line Nebula Swirl Tour Series 2021 Ledgestone Disc Golf Midrange is a throwback to a disc released back in 2008 for the Discraft Ace Race. It's domey, slightly overstable, and beadless.
The flight path of the Nebula is a long slow fade. It's a speed 5 so you don't have to have a big arm to crush this disc. It's got a decent amount of glide at 4, and the 2 fade is a little misleading. It's going to be more like a 2.5 or 3 because it's a Z plastic disc. Expect this disc to start out straight and then do a long slow hyzer fade. It's often compared to a Buzzz that's a little more overstable. It can be thrown either forehand or backhand. This disc fills that slow overstable glide mid you need in your bag. You can use it to get around obstacles and not worry about flipping it over if you juice the disc. It's not going to be your furthest flying mid, but it will be a reliable one.
Z Plastic is exceptional from Discraft. It's a premium blend that has great durability. It's going to hold the same flight for a long time, even if you happen to be a disc golfer who hits trees. It's got awesome swirls in the design, and it will hold up well in the warm and cold weather.
Not only is this the 2008 Ace Race disc, it's the Ledgestone 2021 Limited Edition series disc. These discs support the 2021 Ledgestone Open, which has historically been a huge draw for players on tour because it offers a huge purse. These discs are limited edition, so once these stamps are gone, they're gone. Make sure you get one today and help support the Ledgestone Open as it caters to the top players and you get an amazing disc.
Speed 5 | Glide 4 | Turn -.5 | Fade 2 |