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True Flight

Designed to distribute pressure evenly around the ball for a true flight. Offering straight and true flight with every kick, the Nike Catalyst Ball is made of durable, high-quality material, promising accuracy and a soft touch on the foot.

COVER: Premium PU for touch and feel. Perfectly round for a faster, more accurate flight.

Geometric precision distributes pressure evenly across panels and around the ball for a consistent, accurate and powerful strike.

BLADDER: Six-wing carbon latex for explosive speed.

44/28/26/2 rubber/polyurethane/polyester/cotton.

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

Standard Ball Sizing

Size 5: ages 12 and up

Size 4: ages 8-12

Size 3: ages 8 and under

Size 1: skills/practice


Diseñado para distribuir equitativamente la presión, resultando en trayectorias más certeras. CUBIERTA: PU premium para un mejor toque y tacto. Perfectamente redondo para un vuelo más rápido y certero. VEJIGA: Látex de carbono de seis aletas para una acele

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