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The ThoughtSpace Athletics Impossible Triangle Synapse in Ethereal plastic is a stable to overstable high speed disc golf distance driver. It's got a wide rim and a flight plate that's not really domey or flat, it has a smooth transition from wing to middle. The Impossible Triangle is also called the Penrose triangle, it can only exist on the page never in real life. It's a gorgeous art concept and flows well on your disc.
The flight path of the Synapse is overstable. It's going to have lots of high speed glide when thrown level, it may have a slight turn but it will always fade back and hyzer out. It's a great blend of control and power because you won't be flipping it over even in a headwind, but you'll still be getting good distance out of it. It's a great choice for forehand or backhand shots and players who are advanced all the way up to professional players will do well bagging this disc. If you're looking for something to fill that controlled distance, but not quite maximum distance shot this is a great choice. It can be your go to driver.
Ethereal plastic from Thought Space Athletics is a premium blend. It's known for the metallic sheen, the little extra flex compared to Ethos plastic, and the durability. This is what you'll find pros on Team TSA throwing for their drivers.
The Impossible Triangle Synapse is an excellent disc for player who are looking for that disc to fill their power driver slot. The Synapse will get long glidey drives and fade reliably every time. Snag one of these discs for your bag and see why everyone is talking about the Synapse.
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