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The ThoughtSpace Athletics Glow Mana "Equestrian Ballet" is a very understable midrange that glides and makes smooth turnover shots possible. If you don't have a forehand, get this disc to fly on a similar line without changing anything in your backhand form. Keeping with their awesome stamp game, the TSA artwork is fantastic. A dancer holds herself up on her right arm on the back of a horse in motion. The moon and feathers in their hair, the matching saddle and dress, it's dope.
The flight path of the Mana is understable. If you're consistently hitting about 200 feet you'll notice that this disc likes to flip over and ride the anhyzer flight path for most of the flight. Give the Mana time and height to get it to go where you want. Trust that this disc will flip for you. It's a great woods disc for hyzer flips if you want something slow. The Mana is designed purely for shot shaping. It's not much for distance, but it's going to get you around some obstacles and hold that line.
Glow plastic from TSA is a durable and premium blend. It also glows in the dark, which is excellent for glow rounds or if you need a night light in a pinch. Glow plastic tends to be slightly more tacky than other premium blends and can offer more grip.
If you're considering a turnover mid, consider the glow mana from TSA. It's got that glide to keep going and not turn and burn. It looks amazing with a very fun stamp, and it will consistently flip over for you.