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FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP

This new version of the Championship is equipped with Bring's revolutionary B.E.A.R. technology.

COVER: Premium, high performance, glossy, hand-stitched PU.

BLADDER: B.E.A.R. (Brine Engineered Air Retention) bladder that holds air 10 times longer than traditional latex. B.E.A.R. offers premium foot-feel, balance and playability. Three year manufacturer guarantee.

In order to reduce your shipping costs and to minimize our impact on the environment, we receive and ship these balls without retail display boxes.


Este nuevo modelo del balón Championship viene equipado con la tecnología revolucionaria BEAR (Brine Engineered Air Retention) de Brine. CUBIERTA: PU premium de alto rendimiento que además es brillante y viene cosido a mano. VEJIGA: Tecnología BEAR que ret

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