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The Josh Seeley ThoughtSpace Athletics Ethos Pathfinder is a stable midrange that's going to be your go to disc. It has a little early turn, then a long forward flight and a very slow and gradual fade. This disc is for players of all skill levels. You can get the awesome Seeley stamp with the red panda, yin and yang, and the bamboo. This is a great way to support Mainer Josh Seeley as he plays disc golf all around New England.
The flight path of the Pathfinder is straight with very little side to side movement. This is the workhorse midrange in the TSA lineup, for backhand and forehand players. It's going to be something you can put on a line and throw it hard. The Pathfinder has a stable finish when thrown at low speed. If you're throwing it under 200 feet expect some slow hyzer, if you push it over 250 you can expect a straight shot.
Ethos plastic from TSA is a premium blend. It's super durable and slightly more overstable than other premium blends, so expect a little more fade from this disc early.
The Pathfinder is awesome. It's a straight flying mid that gets the job done in the 200-300 foot range by not gliding too far or coming up short. This disc also features the Josh Seeley Panda Stamp, so get these discs while you can! Because everyone in Maine is sure to snag them.