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Spalding Rookie Gear Soccer Ball


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Order now to get it by: Monday December 26 - Wednesday December 28


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Product ID: 399772

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  • Weighs 25 percent less than standard youth-sized balls
  • Helps kids to improve kicking and throw-in mechanics
  • Playing with a lighter ball also helps build confidence
  • Made from scuff-resistant composite cover that is machine stitched for long-lasting durability
  • Specifically engineered for kids ages 8 and under
  • Introduce your child to the fast-paced action of the beautiful game with Spalding's Rookie Gear soccer ball, which is
    specifically engineered for kids ages 8 and under. Weighing 25 percent less than standard size 3 balls, this Rookie Gear
    ball is designed to help your child build sound fundamental skills right out of the gate. Parents and coaches can
    immediately notice improvements in kicking, throw-in mechanics, and confidence going for the save. This innovative
    technology allows kids to kick farther, throw-in easier, and defend the goal more successfully than ever before. Playing
    with a lighter ball will help build confidence and enable learning of sound fundamental skills to keep them active and
    playing the game for years to come. The ball features an scuff-resistant composite cover that is machine stitched for
    long-lasting durability.

    About Spalding
    As a Division of Russell Corporation, the Spalding Group consists of three business units: Spalding in Springfield, MA;
    American Athletic, Inc. (AAI) in Jefferson, IA; and Huffy Sports, in Sussex, WI. The three companies, collectively
    combined, are now the largest basketball equipment supplier in the world. Spalding is the official basketball supplier
    of the National Basketball Association (NBA) and Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA), the official backboard
    of the NBA and NCAA, the official volleyball of the King of the Beach Volleyball Tour and the official football of the
    Arena Football League (AFL) and Pop Warner.