The illustrated disc flight line is based on the manufacturer field testing results, during its development process. So, to level the playing field we chose to put a different spin on things for such visual illustrations. Sticking to the manufacturer's test results will offer you a good baseline for how that particular disc will fly.
The ThoughtSpace Athletics Glow Mana with the Josh Seeley Red Panda stamp are understable midranges. These discs want to turn as soon as they hit flat. Use the Mana for discs where you want something that holds that anhyzer flight the entire time. The stamp features the Josh Seeley panda face.
The flight path of the Mana is going to be lots of glide and a slow turn. Make sure to give this disc the height it needs to it can move all the way from one side to the other for you. The Mana is a mid that works well at slow speeds for hyzer flips in the woods or for long turnover shots where you don't want to stall out and end on a hyzer. It's a great complement to a forehand game because sometimes you don't want to throw something too quickly. This disc is great for beginner players and advanced alike.
Glow plastic from TSA rocks because it is exceptionally bright in the dark, it's durable, and it's slightly more pliable than other premium blends. It makes sense for the Thought Space Athletics Mana to come in glow plastic because you want something durable with great grip when you're weaving through trees.
Snag one of these awesome Seeley Mana's from TSA today. You help support a Maine disc golfer and get some amazing plastic at the same time. Get one while you can, these things are sure to go quickly!