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Improve your ball handling skills

Designed to help young soccer players develop good ball handling, good ball control and good eye-foot coordination.

Soccer Sidekick allows players to train every part of the body (namely the foot, knee, chest and head),simply by adjusting the color-code cord. On green the ball returns to the foot, adjusted to orange the ball returns to the knee, further

adjusted to yellow the ball returns to the chest and to blue the ball returns to the head when kicked. Goalies can even train independently, simulating saves on goal, dives, blocks and even throws. Its free spin technology, allow players to train curving the ball when taking free kicks or corner kicks

The unique combination of the adjustable/ detachable elastic cord, the synthetic cord and a double swivel lets the Sidekick come back to the kicker at a controlled speed, without tangling.

Ball included. Straps to the wrist.


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