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So cool! - Jun 12, 2012
Player: Lauren (JoCo, NC, USA)
It's better for juggling than actually playing, but it's really cool, and I love that the proceeds benefit the person who made my ball and the organization!
| 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Size - Nov 07, 2011
Player: Luis Ramitez (Yuma Az)
It is like a size 3 ball and has bumps on it but it is fun to play with
| 27 of 28 people found the following review helpful:
its cool - Aug 11, 2011
Player: Ty McKenzie (Jacksonville, FL USA)
well when i got it it actually fits in your mail box its about the size of a mini ball its lumpy but still can be used for juggling the one that i made is better only because it has mor weight and its more round but u can just as easily use this one the ball did come with a picture of the kid who made it his favorite team his dream job where he lives and such and also a shick razor and degree deodorant and a eurosport magazine i suggest not to try and kick it as hard as u can because it may rip the union bag which acts as the outside covering and its just not very good for kicking its more like i said a mini ball so mainly can be used as a over sized homemade hacky sack but over all i enjoy it its a good cause and i may buy more
| 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
unique ball - Jun 04, 2011
Player: Samuel Eto\'o (Cameroon)
its a great ball i love juggling with it inside the house. the only problem i had was not with the actual ball but eurosport put their stocking sticker right over the card where it shows the boy/girl who made the ball and facts about him etc. i wanted to see it but no worries.
| 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful:
Great! More than meets the eye! - Oct 20, 2010
Fan: Joe (NY)
I bought a rag ball with the intention of supporting their organization/ displaying it/ using it as a conversation piece. When I finally got the rag ball, I was surprised by how solid it is. I may actually play with it! The rag ball is made out of onion bags, news paper, magazine paper, etc. It's topped off with a little card with a picture of the South African youth who made it and his/her favorite team, player, and what he/she wants to do when they grow up. I also thought it was really cool that I could actually read some of the newspaper print peeking through the onion bag mesh. I like how the rag ball feels at my feet, and it has a good amount of "pop" to it. I can't wait to actually play with it! As stated by a previous reviewer, my rag ball is a dark shade of green. I haven't played with my rag ball yet, but it may be hard to see on grass/ turf. I wish other color choices were available.
| 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
AWESOME ECEPT FOR 1 thing - Jul 11, 2010
Player: F (FL)
i understand they do not let you pick the color, but i ordered 10 of these YES 10!, to give away to different family/friends and because it is going to a good cause. THEY WERE ALL GREEN, i just want one a different color please my dude LUNGA makes a sick ball but in his picture he's holding a red one.
| 9 of 11 people found the following review helpful:
Knowing you are - May 07, 2010
Fan: Alana (Bethesda, MD USA)
I am thrilled to buy handmade rag balls. Ragball International is a cutting edge organization providing entrepreneurial training AND a direct source of income for young people from Africa. And the rag balls are made from 100 recycled materials? It doesn't get better than that! I checked them out on their website at ragballinternational.com and found a link to their Facebook page where I saw I could purchase the rag balls here at EuroSport. Very happy that I did.
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