Thought Space Athletics Ethereal Animus is an overstable distance driver that is geared towards intermediate and advanced players
Thought Space Athletics Ethereal Animus Review
Thought Space's Ethereal plastic is a premium overstable plastic that is hard, has excellent grip, and can withstand any type of damage. I like to compare TSA Ethereal plastic to Discraft's Big Z plastic, but with better grip.
With a speed rating of 10.5, the Ethereal Animus is awesome for intermediate and advanced players, although beginners can also use it for forehand drives.
When thrown straight, the Animus will have a small amount of turn before quickly straightening out and eventually fading pretty hard. If you throw with anhyzer you can pretty easily get the Animus to flex into a full S-curve for 300+ feet.
Being a forehand-heavy player, the Ethereal Animus is my go-to disc when I need max distance. It has the perfect amount of stability and allows for as much arm speed as I want to give it, and the relatively small rim fits in my hand nicely.
You can't really go wrong with a Thought Space Animus, so don't wait to long to throw one in your bag! If you are looking for a different Animus plastic we also sell the Thought Space Aura Animus and the Ethos Animus too.
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Thought Space Ethereal Animus Flight Numbers
- Speed: 10.5
- Glide: 4.5
- Turn: -.5
Commonly used for: Forehand & backhand distance drives
- Diameter: 21.2 cm
- Height: 1.6 cm
- Rim Depth: 1.2 cm
- Rim Thickness: 2.1 cm
- Flexibility: 11.82 kg
- Max Weight: 176 gr