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Item #49033
  1. Learn proper touch!
  2. $15.99
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Learn proper touch!

Train with a Pro! This device is going to revolutionize how we train for the game! Sharpen and improve your footwork and ball touch with this cool, new sensor device: Soccer Pro. It detects proper ball contact and provides feedback with lights and sounds. If you hit the ball properly you'll be rewarded with a loud beeping. The Soccer Pro can also be used as a training device for keepers when worn on the hands instead of the feet. Simply wrap it around the hand with the sensor on the palm. The Soccer Pro will beep when the ball doesn't properly hit the palm. Now comes complete and ready for action with FREE batteries!Whether you're kicking or catching - Soccer Pro is for you!

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S= Child size 10-12, Youth size 1-4, Women size 6-7.

M= Youth size 4-6, Women size 7-9, Men size 6-7.

L= Women size 9-10, Men size 8-13.


¡Entrena como un Profesional! El Soccer Pro revolucionara como entrenas, mejora tu técnica de pies y el control del balón. Con un sensor, el Soccer Pro detecta si tienes contacto adecuado con el balón mediante señales y luces. El Soccer Pro puede ser usado

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