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The ThoughtSpace Athletics Nebula Aura Strong Man Pathfinder is a stable midrange with a little side to side movement that gives this disc a mostly straight flight. You can throw this disc on any shot from 100-250 and expect it to behave with a little turn early and a forward glide with light fade. The Strongman stamp features a mustached lifter covered in old TSA stamp tattoos. Recognize all of the old Animus stamps? Left Leg Partygra, Right leg Eagle, Left Arm Snake, Right arm Dagger, and there's a Muse stamp on the chest as well! TSA with a huge throwback to some of their old stamps and there's plenty to love in this one as well.
The Pathfinder is the reliable stable mid that you need to bag. It's easy to throw straight with a low to moderate power shot. This disc works for players of every skill level. It's in touring pros bags and it can be in the hands of a beginner as well. Pathfinders just want to hit the tunnel shot, gap, and keep going straight for as long as you put power into them. These discs are a workhorse in your bag and anytime you're debating what to throw, this is probably a good option.
Nebula Aura plastic from TSA is a premium blend. It's durable and grippy, but it's also full of color explosion on a disc. This is what you'll see members of Team TSA throwing on the Disc Golf Pro Tour as well as locals in your park throwing. It's reliable and works no matter where you are.
The Strong Man Pathfinder is sure to be a classic collectors stamp in the TSA world. But you can also get this if you're in the market for a stable midrange that offers you a straight flight. Get one for your wall or bag, but get it quick!