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The Nike Ordem is the revolutionary match ball Nike created for all of its national teams. The Ordem has a bright, bold pattern to honor the 2014 host country.

The Ordem design uses Nike's RaDaR (Rapid Decision and Response) technology for incredible visibility on the field. It's easy to spot and easy to track.

Controlling the ball begins with first touch, the Nike Ordem ball is designed great feel and explosive response.

COVER: Fuse-welded, 12-panel cover with Nike's Aerow Trac grooves for straight, true flight.

The Ordem has 3-layer casing system for shape retention.

BLADDER: Poly-blend wrapped, free-floating carbon latex.

Note: All of our balls are shipped deflated. This helps in keeping our shipping costs low, savings that we can pass on to you.


El Ordem es un revolucionario balón profesional creado por Nike para las selecciones que patrocina. Viene con un patrón brillante y llamativo en honor al país sede del Mundial, además del escudo nacional brasileño. Su diseño utiliza la tecnología RaDaR de

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