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986 days ago

Magnetico D tiene destruido le RECTO!

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1382 days ago

We bought this ball for our daughter for the 2009 soccer season and it has held up well. We rarely have to add more air and it has survived some really terrible weather and heavy usage.

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1389 days ago

I play indoors in a space with a concrete floor, and always had problems with a normal ball being too "lively". With this ball, we can focus on our foot skills and crisp passing without the ball bouncing over our heads every few minutes. It is really amazing that the ball, with normal weight and feel, can suppress bounces so much. Highly recommended for anyone looking to focus on foot skills in an indoor game. Cover seems to be holding up well to after a few weeks of abuse.

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1394 days ago

I am so glad I found a place to buy fair trade soccer balls and other sports equipment online. I am very happy with my order - the ball is 100% what I expected, and even more beautiful when you can actually see it. I love the orange world map, and the many languages on the ball, and I'm much happier using it knowing it was produced ethically.

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1395 days ago

It's a good ball. A little hard like all new soccer balls until broken in. Based on comments from my U-ll travel team player.

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1395 days ago

My son is rough on his gear and these socks lasted through a season and still looked great. They stayed up, washed well, and didn't get any holes. Will be buying more next season.

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1396 days ago

It's a good ball for small kid's practice. We have size 3. Although it's rubber - it has a nice weight and is doing it's job for a 5-year old.

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1397 days ago

I coach 5th and 6th graders and I must say this board really helped them visualize the spacing and passing lanes on the field. At halftime I can quickly mock up the opponents line-up and show the players where the holes are. It is a great coaching tool.

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1399 days ago

The soccer team named itself the Pirates and this ball has been terrific motivator at practices and as a gameball!

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1402 days ago

I would say that this makes an excellent practice ball. I have owned it for several weeks now.

It has a nice touch, comes off the foot moderately quickly, and is an appropriate value/price for the quality. It holds its air well and has a relatively true shape. The white panels are of a different material than the silver panels and are a bit more rough, which helps give the ball good feel. The panels are thermally sealed as advertised, though not as seamlessly as is the case in the Adidas MLS match ball. We'll see how the ball holds up to the elements, but it is FIFA approved, whatever that counts for.

All in all, a decent ball. I was looking to find a ball that was of near or comparable quality to the Adidas TGII MLS match ball for a cheaper price. This ball does not achieve that -- it does not come of the foot in quite as satisfying a fashion as its premium counterpart nor does it have as good of feel or swerve. But it is a nice little package that I'd recommend if you can get it for $40 or so and intend to use it mostly in practice situations, not match situations.

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