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The ThoughtSpace Athletics Ethereal Nebula Coalesce Thomas Gilbert stamps is a highly anticipated disc. This overstable fairway driver is really designed to rip on with either the forehand or the backhand and be sure it's going to glide to the target and still have a strong hyzer fade. It has a slight dome to it but still a slim rim so small hands can use this for sure. The stamp features a peacock intertwined and surrounding a tiger. They're in a triangle and TSA has snuck Thomas Gilberts name in beautifully on this signature disc.
The flight path of the Coalesce really lives up to its name of bringing it all together. It fills that gap between the Votum and Synapse over overstable discs. Use it when you're looking for straight shots that hyzer at the end of the flight and have no turn to them. This is not your furthest flying disc, but it's that accurate one you trust over OB. It's that disc you can really lay into and still get 300+ feet out of.
Nebula Ethereal plastic from TSA is a beautiful premium blend of plastic. It's not as overstable or durable as Ethos, but it's still going to last you a long time. It's got a burst of color through it and has a very glossy look to the disc while still being grippy.
This disc is highly anticipated and folks are ready to get their hands on it. Some of the money goes to support Thomas Gilbert as he tours the US crushing TSA plastic. You can get an amazing disc to put in your bag or on your wall and you can help support a disc golfer at the same time. Get one of these today and get to throwing overstable fairway drives.
Nebula Ethereal Plastic